Well, there isn't much to be said about Catherine Porter. Grew up in a normal town with normal people in it, not a big city not a small one either. I can't say that hasn't had an effect on my up-bringing. I don't aim for huge...yet I won't settle for small. So I guess in my case it pretty much as been nurture over nature from day one.
I seriously never had the attention span enough to sit down and list out everything people might want to know about me. But to keep things simple I'll stick with the basics.
In the real world I am seeing a wonderful man named Travis. He's a great guy and a very loyal friend. As long as I've known him I still look forward to learning something new about him everyday! He's quite the prince charming, and I'm just as in love with his family and friends as I am with him. We make a great pair and I can only hope that we continue to click.
For the longest time I couldn't see my art as anything more than scribbles and lines with short ends. I was looking to close and only saw the flaws. I love drawing yet I had no desire to get any better for I thought it hopeless. Now that I've gotten older and matured I know I was always a good artist. Without a foot in a art classroom I was better than most my age. It was natural and came freely. Now I love art more and more as I learn and grow as an artist. It's a deep passion of mine and I hope to keep it forever. Plus the artist gene is in the family...my grandmother is a painter, my mother used to be a writer...and I'm a mix of the two.
Writing and drawing I don't see taking me anywhere...it's a passion I'll admit...but in this day and age it's useless to become any good at art in hopes of advancement in society. A "starving artist" doesn't sound tempting to me. I am currently on my way to becoming a registered nurse...and my art is but a hobby. I can't help it...I'm a realist.
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