Dancer, Volunteer, and Social Media Manager in Арарат, Армения
My name is Elena, I live at Armenia for around 1 year now.
I say this as I was born 14 years ago at Ukraine, at the city of Kryvyi Rih, yet grew up the first years at the city of Ordzhonikidze.
People will mainly know me by my Twitter account @BlessedAtWorld.
It's focused on helping anyone I can, however trying as much as possible to keep away from possibly hurting anyone with my Tweets.
My personal life is what overflows in emotion of my Tweets but also what gives my Tweets their understanding of situations.
There has happened a lot of bad to me...
I lost my mom, I was abused by my father, was 'moved' to an orphanage, after which I have 'moved' from Orphanages 3 time, was adopted unsuccessful more times then I can count on both of my hands, lived several months at the street of Makiivka(Ukraine), experienced the "Ukrainian Conflict" in more ways than I want to talk about... However, at the start of 2015 I finally got adopted to Armenia, which is the first time I have been living stable for years.
I obviously have a personal life too.
I am great liker of nature and this is one of the things that kept me happy all of these years and still does. August 2015 brought me a massive joy, which is my very own kitten to take care of, which I do in the same way as my Twitter, by respecting what she wants, not what I want.
I also truly love dancing, it is what I do almost every day of my life and have regular lessons at.
And obviously, I go to school, which is one of the stranger things in my life, as I don't do this at Armenia, but at Kazakhstan, around 7 to 8 months each year.
There are 2 main reasons for the choice, first is that I have a full scholarship for schooling at Kazakhstan, but also that for me the best schooling is actually offered at either Russia or Kazakhstan.
A lesser known facts is that I have Epilepsy myself and my half-brother and one of half-sisters have 'Special Needs'.
That are most things I could tell about myself.
Thank You for reading.
- Elena Hagopyan