Hey, I'm Sandra Bragg

And yes, this picture was taken at work where I have the thrilling career of Accounting, Collections to be specific. Not the call you at dinner time and ask why you haven't paid your credit card in three months type, more the "We provide a service for your company, please pay your bill, kthnxbai."

I am 23 and born on the best day of the year, July 9th in Oahu, Hawaii because my father was stationed there for the Marines. We moved when I was one, leaving me no awesome memories of Hawaii and traveled to North Carolina, at five moved to Georgia for three months.After that we went to Louisiana for two years (which gave me just enough time to cultivate my love of Cajun food and crawfish!) before moving back to Georgia where I've lived since I was eight.

At fifteen I had my first boyfriend, who turned out to be a psycho stalker and makes for a very interesting story now. It also turned me off from dating for 3 years, although I did kiss a couple frogs. A few months before I turned 19, I actually met the man who is now my husband. After being forced into "giving him a chance" by a supposed friend, I discovered that he was actually a great guy. And then, he stomped on my heart for a few months before he realized he was being "stupid". He came to his senses, made it up to me and then some and proposed on April 18, 2008.

March 21, 2009 I tied the knot, to Joseph Michael Bragg, got rid of the Gail in my name so I could make my maiden name my middle name and Bragg my new last name. I still trying to live up to the Bragg part of my name, if you knew the family, you would understand.

I love, love, love music. I love listening to it, I love writing with it on, I love trying to play it (however badly I sound). I may not have the best or most sophisticated taste in music, but I still love what I have and I really wish I could just have a life soundtrack constantly playing.

I adore books, new books, used books, e-books, any books. I mainly read fiction but on occasion a non-fiction will catch my eye and suck me in. I love books that suck me in and take me to a whole other world or books that leave me pondering for days over the events that transpired. Every once in a while I am lucky enough to run across a book that influences me so much I want to change my life.

My love of books has encouraged my love of writing. Especially when I run across a horrible book and think "Even *I* can do better." Which, I'll admit is super duper rare. I do love to write though, sometimes it is just really difficult to get the picture from your head onto paper (or computer screen) and do the message justice.

Lastly, I am trying to do this project called 101 in 1001. A lot of the tasks, while to some seem pointless, I created to help me feel like a more well-rounded person and to hopefully help me love myself more. Which is really something all women could work on.