About me: Joel Drouet

March 14, 2007 14:13
About me: Joel Drouet

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Residence: United Kingdom Married? With children? N/A Occupation: Teacher Education: B.A, M.A Pets: N/A Religious affiliation / observance: Jewish / Reform Last person / party I voted for: Al Gore / Democrat Family history (100 words max): I'm a Bayou Jew, born in Louisiana but living overseas. Defining moment: A back injury that gave me time to see life differently - learned to meditate, became vegetarian, stopped worrying. Favorite holiday and why? My second summer in Israel, with Sar-El Volunteers for Israel. On Friday night, I... I sing a very hearty Kiddush Comfort food: Spinach lasagna My mentor: All the cats in my life 3 wishes: None. I either make things happen or don't sweat it TRY ONE YOURSELF

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