Favorite place you've ever been? It's really just Kentucky across that big ass pond. Lots of green rolling hills, people love to get drunk, just a really peaceful place. I would go back in a heartbeat.
has been my favorite year in a long time. I feel that I'm actually going in the direction. I'm getting closer to my dream I can feel it. So yea I'm in a really good place right now.
Frieda: "I go around the city talking about safe sex and educating people. I I'm fluent in ten different languages including hand signing and brail. My motto is: Snatching off my wig in a single bound, floating over the city on my hover round. It's a bird, it's a place, it's the caped condom crusader!"
Shawn Stanton found his father when he was 17 years old and his mom disowned him right after. He had a hard time building a bond with his long lost father till he saved his dad's life during diving because there was an under current. They've been close ever since.
Charlie- "I live in Georgia now. I am just visiting Lexington today. I actually grew up in Pennsylvania. When I was like eight years old, he invited me to his grandparents' cabin. I was nervous because I had never been away from home for so long, but it was great! They taught me how to play Hearts, you know, the card game?"
"I'm in the Community and Leadership Development Program at UK. My biggest goal for the coming year is to implement a program that will connect student athletes with volunteer opportunities, ultimately empowering them to become leaders in their communities throughout their lives."
Samantha Jean Moore is a 2010 Transy graduate. She was poor for a long time after graduating and unhappy in several jobs, so she decided to pursue art as her career, a passion she first discovered while studying abroad in Argentina. She now fully supports herself as a seamstress, the fourth generation in her family to do so. She believes that for the most part, Transy students are very privileged and should consider alternative careers that compliment their passions more than a typical job.
What brought you to Lexington? "I came to Lexington to be with my first husband who came because of the horse business atmosphere." " My favorite memory is just all the people that I have met throughout this city.