buy provigil online with prescription Hi there! My name is Victoria Finebone. Yes, fine bone. Most people tend to pronounce it differently. It’s actually an English name so you don’t have to bother trying out another pronunciation. Haha.
I’m Nigerian, and I’m currently living on a Caribbean island called St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
I love music. I also recently started taking piano classes, and I plan to try out the guitar next. I used to be a huge fan of Afro dances, but now I’m tired of them. I know I sound confused. Lol.
I sing a lot; on the road, in the bathroom, with my headphones… There’s no place I don’t sing. Most times, I sing just to worship God, and those are my best moments. When I’m not singing, I’m practicing new dance choreographies or steps. There’s always some music and dance presentation going on in a church programme, and that’s where you’ll always find me.
Of all of these, teaching is my best. And because of that, I’m always so excited whenever I’m called upon to give a presentation – especially while I was in Medical school. I love teaching medical topics. And while in Medical school, I was lucky enough to emerge as the Second Best Graduating Student. But right now, I’m more interested in teaching young girls how to live a life pleasing to God and to live out God’s purpose for them by inspiring them with my posts and videos @earlyettle (Instagram). So, yeah I’m no longer in Medical school for now.
I know I’ve been called to be a Missionary. I’m preparing myself in every area for this and I can’t wait to join a Catholic missionaries group. And I forgot to say that I’m actually a new convert to Catholic faith. I’m in RCIA presently and hope to be baptized soon. I really can’t wait to be fully in. I’m already so in love with Catholicism because my dear friend has been explaining a lot to me about the Church and its teachings since he first talked to me about it (November, 2017). Plus, I’ve researched and read a lot about it and I believe my relationship with Him will be even deeper in Catholicism than it was when I was Protestant. I’ve come to reverence God more in it and see Him and His Church in a whole new light, way different from the lies that I was told and that I heard all my life about the Church and its teachings.