Crystal is friendly, passionate, and warm—she seems to radiate positive energy. She has a great smile and likes to reflect on her memories with friends and occasionally attempts to explain some of their inside jokes. Crystal enjoys talking to people and learning about others—a conversation with her is definitely a two-way street. The more time you spend with Crystal, the clearer her passion for music and singing becomes—especially country music. She brags about a shirt she used to own that read “You had me at ‘hello’, but you lost me at ‘I don’t like country music’.” Crystal enjoys all kinds of music nowadays and she is even in her school’s choir.
Crystal used to volunteer at a local animal shelter, but she’ll admit that she was partial to the kitty cats! She once got the opportunity to ride a horse, and would love to ride again someday. Those who know Crystal well say that she is smart, friendly, affectionate, and kind. Crystal is adjusting to high school and is now on the girls’ basketball team. She is also enjoying spending time with her youth group at church. Overall, Crystal says she just wants a family that “can love and accept” her as she is.
Crystal doesn’t have too many preferences when thinking about what she wants in a family, but she thinks she would do well in a single mom family or a mom and dad family. Crystal does have two younger brothers who she would like to remain in contact with. She is open to there being other children in an adoptive family, especially older siblings. Crystal is open to living in a variety of different communities. All in all, Crystal will do well with a family that can provide her with a lot of attention and affection, a family that likes talking and chatting, a family that can provide her with opportunities for personal empowerment, and a family that has or is open to having pets—preferably a cat.
The more time you spend with Crystal, the clearer her passion for music and singing becomes—especially country music. She brags about a shirt she used to own that read “You had me at ‘hello’, but you lost me at ‘I don’t like country music’.”