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emma93xx

United KingdomLiverpool, United Kingdom

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October 27, 2011

Emma Howes

About Me: 

Hello there,
My name is Emma, I am currently 18 years of age and studying at college doing hair and beauty level 1.
I get on really well with people, but i have been bullied a lot in the past because the way i walk, i have a limp when i walk due to having major brain surgery to remove an A.V.M (brain tumor) in 20007 and i had a stroke as well while i was having the surgery.
I live in Liverpool, UK, But i was born in London so im not a scouser ha ha im a Londoner :p.
I have 2 dogs, 2 chinchillas and 2 cockertiels (yeah that is quite a lot isn't it ha ha, the dogs names are sunny and molly, sunny is a mongrel and molly is a shiz ztu and very greedy ha ha, the chinchillas names are Tia and fluff (no i never chose those names) tia is a white chinchilla and fluff is a Grey chinchilla they are really greedy and love their fruit ha ha, the cockertiels names are called snowy and twinkle, snowy has white and Grey feathers and twinkle has Grey and yellow feathers, and snowy is really tame but twinkle is not he is really vicious and pecks you all the time.
Im not very good at these type of things so im kinda useless really but ah well who cares ha ha!!

My Challenges: 
To lose weight, make more friends, think more positivly about things and have better communication skills

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