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Scarlet Rose

Call me, Scarlet Rose

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I came to this website hoping I could find someone I can be an apprentice to. Someone who is like a mentor and whom I can connect with, someone dedicated just as myself. Preferably a female, my schedule is quite open. So I am going to talk a little bit about myself and if you feel as though we could be mutual acquaintance or friends send me a message telling me a little about yourself.

My name is Scarlet Rose, I am a 20 year old female. I am interested in learning many things ranging from anatomy, numerology, mythology, different languages and different places. I'd like to learn lock picking and it would also be nice to learn automotive. I am interested in learning ASL because it truly is a unique language, especially considering when we speak most of what we say and what we give off to another is read in our body language. ASL is a language that I feel would broaden my sense of experience in life, especially with those around me. I am a night owl, I enjoy varieties of music but don't have a favorite kind. I don't have a favorite color either. Hmm... What else? Well, I'm a Libra. The only inanimate object of the zodiac signs. I enjoy traveling even though I don't do much of it. But car rides and going to new places around me suffice.

Thanks for taking your time to read about me. 

Sincerely, Scarlet Rose.

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