I was born on Nov. 24, 1987 in the United States of America, where I still currently live to this day.
While I was young, I underwent surgery that ultimately gave me a stroke and lost much of the ability to move the left side of my body, though neither my leg nor arm are in any way paralyzed.
As a result of this incident, there are things that many people can do that I cannot, but I do not let that get me down because I have learned how to do quite a bit, some of which people are too used to using both hands to accomplish.
For most of my life, things have been pretty decent and care free.
However, some time before I was attending high school, I was diagnosed with MG, which is a chronic neuromuscular disease characterized by varying degrees of weakness of the skleletal muscles of the body, according to a page on the NINDS website, and not all sufferers experience the same symptoms, according to a page on the MGFA website.
While it is under control, thanks to the help of professionals in the medical field, it still haunts me to this day because the disease may not remain as stable as it is now, especially if something happens around me or I do something that I probably should not do, so I try to live a life that minimizes the amount of stress I experience and does not use too much energy.
Aside from things that happened to me in the realm of medicine, I also joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, otherwise known as the Mormon Church, though I have been questioning my reasons for joining due to the fact that I was a naive kid at the time I chose to get baptized and have learned that there are indeed wrong reasons for joining the church, which can become a reason that people end up resigning their membership or going inactive, other than the reasons that the church leadership says is why people leave.
When I got into high school, I developed a heavy interest in computers and learning quite a few different things from basic graphic design to creating web pages using HTML, the latter of which I improved upon by practing at home and actually creating websites around my interest in anime, but I did not really learn all that I know today until I went to college and majored in computing information technology.
Of course, studying for my degree in computers was not the only thing that I did during my college days, because on Jan. 12, 2010, I published the first of five books, which was called Death's Respresentatives, and even made a trailer for the book that was fairly well received by friends, family, and strangers alike.
The books kept on coming one after another until I experienced the heart breaking moment of watching as the family pet was put down and even the passing of my last living grandfather, who had served during World War II and was also one of the last people that were allowed to use chloroform as an anesthetic.
Since then, my sixth book has been on indefinite hiatus, but I hope to be able to find the time to complete it some day.