My youngest’s bio on Facebook. Why I love him.
I’m a pretty laid back person. Unfortunately, I’m a person who wears their heart on their sleeves.
I’m the son of an awesome father, Todd Jordan, who really cares for me. Also, an awesome loving mother, Sharon Jordan, who cares for me just the same. Without these two people in my life, I’d probably be in shambles right now. Sitting somewhere on the side of the roads. They’ve helped me with a lot of my troubles. Its enough to where I talk about how I love being with them, despite not always showing it.
Todd Jordan – The man who has taught me enough to run circles around some computer situations. And enough to also be able to adapt to new computers and technology. Also the man who has taught me discipline to be able to turn the other cheek on stressful times and become the person I am today. Without his guidance, I would surely not be sitting here today.
Sharon Jordan – The women who has, still is, and always will be teaching me how to better my house living. Washing dishes, doing laundry, cleaning, etc… You name it, she basically will have it covered. Though a bit of a softy, she will not miss a chance to speak her mind. And you’ll know when she does. She has also done her best to raise me just as well as my father has.
Steven Jordan – The person who used to always watch over me as a child while my dad was out as sea, and my mom was working. If it wasn’t for him, a lot of what my family has been able to do, probably wouldn’t have happened. Family is always nice to be able to rely on in toughest of times, and it was awesome that he was around to help. For a good 13 years of my life, he did just that. I love him to death, and felt like most of my life went bleh when I couldn’t be around him. When my parents weren’t around, he was definitely both the Mother and Father of my life. Always continuing where they had left off. So you can bet your butt that I didn’t get away with anything no matter what while they were away.
Those three people listed above have help mold and shape my life into what I’m living right now. Sheltered, clothed, fed, loved, comforted, taken care of, and a place to sleep. I can not thank them enough for what they have done these 19 years of my life. And I don’t think I’ll ever be able to in the years to come.
Music is apart of my life, and I enjoy singing the songs I know the lyrics to. Even if its just part of the song. Please do not stop me. If you don’t like it, then i’m sorry. I learned to play the guitar in High School, but due to my laziness, I never continued. I stuck with computers and had bettered myself in what I already knew.
Computers and Technology have been apart of my life ever since I can remember. My dad, being a Computer Programmer and Data Analyst, has taught me a lot. He taught me how to do the basic of Web-Design when I was in Middle School. He also taught me how to stop problems before they become bigger. And fix problems that have already occurred.
He’s brought me troubles, heartaches, losses and made me angry, but all of those things are transient. He’ll always be my son, whom I love.