The Most Perfect Imperfection…of ME!

Yes, of course! It’s me, Michelle, in the flesh! Miami raised, Bahamian cultured, and strives to change the blueprint of the American  Dream. Started as a chunky, mocha nibble in Overtown Miami, Florida, and continued my childhood journey in Little Haiti, a neighborhood in Liberty City. I’m a redeemer; so the task is simple: I mastermind things quite differently than others. I speaking about everything I get myself into. Since elementary school, I’ve been steeped into performing arts and media (I was a morning news anchor 1st through 3rd grade! LOL).

I was blessed to have a mother who nurtured me to be a steadfast, intelligent, and level-headed woman. I’ve been an advanced student all my life. I seemed as if every school I attended, I was separated from the general student population except for general education classes like physical education or home economics. I continued my passion all through high school by attending a technical high school in the academy of Industrial Entertainment Technology. And after that, well…the saga began…

This is my final semester in college, and I’m anxious for my new journey.

I create magic of my own, by falling in love with those who came before me that shared the same passion. Even those in my generation, I hone on their talents…I mean, VERY GOOD TALENT. I admit that they not only keep me in the loop, but also keep me grounded in my colorful, musical fantasy.

I love to be a goof sometimes, so I like other funny people too.


Published in: on March 24, 2011 at 3:45 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. […] DaniellaPerallon . She is also a telecommunication major and has her own blog. Also, take a look at Shelly’sWeeklySpill. That’s another great blog from one of my classmates who was raised in Miami as well! […]

  2. I like that you said you still relate to your peers (aka us!) because of their talent. I think we have some super talented people with us at UF and it just creates such a nice challenge.

  3. […] expressing himself. Furthermore, Shelly's Weekly Spills,the blog of another dear classmate, Michelle McKenzie, explores many random subject topic areas. More specifically, similar to my love and passion for […]

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