22, New Carlisle, IN
My name is Nicholas. I'll be upgraded for until after the holidays. About me, I was born on March 15th, 1994. I wasn't born with no disability, but the day after I was born, both my lungs collapsed and had almost died. However God gives miracle, so I would say he re breathe into my lungs to where I was able to go home to my parents on Good Friday.Many years later from the time I was born until the end of my Kindergarten year, I was diagnosed with a hearing loss. Yes I am hearing impaired, but doesn't need to sign and yes I do have some speech problem, but I think of it as another English language.
I look mostly forward to the future. My main goal is to return Illinois. The state where I grew up in and lived pretty much my entire life. If I can't find the right girl where I can move back to my old state, then maybe it is a sign to where God calls me out here in Indiana.
The most influential in my life would by my mom's godmother. In my free time I enjoy composing music on the piano.
Where I used to live and grew up in was LaGrange Illinois. I'd attended Idea Elementary School, Gurrie Middle School and Lyons Township High School. I was a very active parishioner at St. Cletus Church in LaGrange. I used to attend College of DuPage but had to put school on hold. I was majoring in music. As of September 2014, before my family and I had moved to Galien Michigan. A small farm , country area where my mom's mother (my grandma) grew up at. My grandma's maiden name Koziel is pretty big in Galien Michigan and still have cousins living out there. We lived there until December 2015 and now we live in New Carlisle, Indiana in a country area like before. I live only 10 minutes away from Downtown South Bend.
However I've recently became a Knight of Columbus at the church my grandmother grew up at. I have finally upgraded for 1 month. Since I'm the only boy in my family with growing up with two sisters, my dream is to have a family of my own, to return to Illinois, go back to school, but most importantly as you can see when I consider a vocation, it means I want to be a Deacon and not a priest.