Hey, my name’s Will. Thought I’d give you a cliffnotes version of my history.
I was born in Houston, TX but moved up to Missouri in elementary. I went to high school and college in Columbia, MO. At 17 I enlisted as an x-ray tech into the army. After doing x-rays for a bit, I decided to pursue my creative style and became a hairstylist. After five years of slinging hair, I was ready to get back into medicine.
After getting back into the healthcare game, I was ready to step up my game. I knew I didn’t want to be a nurse, and I knew I didn’t want to be a doctor… so what was left? That’s when I was introduced to Physician Assistants. And here I am, back enrolled back into college.
Once I finish this degree in biology, I’ll be moving onto PA school. Luckily I have the support of a wonderful fiance. He is crazy hot, smart and kind, so I threw a ring on that finger quick!
Thanks for using my theme! Where's your logo? Was that intended?
Thank you for making your theme available to everyone! I don’t really have a logo yet. This week I was going to work on one, but school’s gotten in the way. I’m playing around with the superlative ‘-est;’ it has been my gamer tag forever (I love the play on words with superlative and -est… in no matter what you do, do it “greater than any other possible degree”). Something along the lines of ‘Will-est’ ‘-willest’ or the original ‘-est.’ Minimalism is always best.
I find the term Gaymers rather annoying I personally am not one of those people to say labels suck but I makes it sound like gay people want to make every thing to be about them and as a gay dude I don feel that way I mean why does yer sextual orientation matter when you are playing Halo, COD or GTA it doesn't unless your one of this people who wears their pride on their sleeve and introduce them selves as such prides good and all but yea I don't know it sounds pretentious
I love the term gaymer. Although many people hate labels, unfortunately, you’ll never escape labels. I view gaymer as one part of who I am. Yes I self identify as a gaymer, but I’m also into medicine, painting, adventures, cartoons, pizza and learning.
So when people call themselves a gaymer, just know that it’s a fraction of who they are. Use their self proclaimed interest as a launching pad to learn more about them.