About David Albares
Where am I from? Dothan, Alabama. Better known as the peanut capital of the world and proud host of the annual peanut festival where you can eat plenty of peanuts as well as fried cheesecake... On a stick.
What am I doing? No one knows for sure. Currently, I am studying theology at Boston College with a graduation date set for December 2015, but I am trying to keep a healthy Ignatian level of indifference towards that.
What do I like to do? Mostly, I contemplate how God is calling me to act through a vocation in response to the consolation I receive when I exercise my deep desire to use an excessive amount of Jesuit terms in one sentence.
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