Hey! I'm Christine and you can hear me M-F from 10a-3p during your workdays. I'm originally from the Detroit area. I graduated from MSU (Go Green!) in 2010 and when I realized I was going down the wrong career path I made a switch and went to broadcasting school. I have one cat named Harlee and she is the love of my life. Along with my three dogs who all live back at home with my parents and sister. Speaking of love, that department is non-existent. I am the only one out of my friends who doesn't have a boyfriend, a husband or kids. It can be lonely at times but then I see a baby screaming and am reminded why I’d rather wait for the right time/person. In the meantime, I’m just enjoying all of life's blessings so far :)
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