I'm fascinated by criminal law. It's always interest me knowing the legal proceedings, constitutional rights, offenses, and penalties of the offenses because people who are close to me have had a few run-ins with the law and it helps to know what my rights are when being questioned by law enforcement officials if I were to ever find myself in that kind of situation. Hopefully I won't have to. One of the careers I'm considering besides going into the paramedic field is a criminal defense attorney because I want to do my best to ensure that clients who may be guilty or not guilty receive a fair trial and the best outcome for their case.
I can't emphasize this enough. I am a very big dog person. I've had four growing up as a child and loved them in every way that I can. I currently have three: a five month old chocolate lab named Harley, a three-year-old shitszu named Leo, and an eleven-year-old chihuahua named Nelley. They always keep me companies and their positive vibes and loyalty helps me through the tough times in my life. They've definitely had an impact on me and completely changed my perspective on animals as a whole. Animals are miracles of nature just like humans, and I believe they should be treated as such.
In the summer and fall, I like running cross country and track. Running 5000 meters in a race, or three miles, is a testament to both physical and mental willpower. It symbolizes the hard-work and effort that comes with being a runner and although it is one of the hardest things to do, running completely transformed my character and the way I see life in many positive ways.
Currently, I work part-time as a tire mechanic at Dobbs Auto and Tire. It's my job to change oil, rotate and change tires, change batteries, pull cars into the shop, and fill cars with oils and fluids they are low on. My boss likes to emphasize the use of caution in the automotive maintenance field, and he's right. When you're taking care of cars, you're taking care of people's lives. Cars aren't things to joke around about because working in repairing them is a very difficult thing and the slightest thing wrong could result in very serious consequences and could compromise the safety of the vehicle.
I've always had an interest in the medical field. Ever since I was medically disqualified from all armed forces in the military, I've had to change my game plan. And I thought that saving lives of innocents as an EMT/Paramedic rather than fighting in combat as a soldier would still be an effective way to do my part for the community.