Currently working her way through her Occupational Therapy studies at University of Queensland
I have seen people I love deeply require assistance in daily activities and struggle to find meaning in their lives. I want to be part of the change. I want to be a person who sees possibilities and growth, even when others may not see things the way I do.
As much as I hate to admit it… my favourite comfort food would have to be Tim Tams.
One thing on my bucket list is volunteering on an overseas mission trip.
When I was a young child, we used to go and visit my Great Grandma in her nursing home. We would always have a great time, and so many memories were made. However, I will never forget the day that I discovered false teeth existed. My family were joking around, and my Great Grandma was laughing so hard that her teeth flew out. As you could imagine, I was absolutely mortified. I had never even known that a whole set of teeth could come out at once. Nor had I known that people could have dentures. To make matters even worse, my Great Grandma proceeded to pick up her teeth off the floor, give them a quick clean and pop them back in, pretending nothing happened. I was amazed and I can say that if there were a video record of that moment, you definitely would have seen my eyes nearly pop out of my head.