"It's a miracle," exclaimed Noah's mother when she learned of her pregnancy in Seattle in 1990. Fertilization had been difficult, so she was ecstatic!
These profiles don't usually begin this way, and they also don't contain self-referential sentences, but Noah has always been unique, so his profile should follow form.
Noah's mom retained her heightened joy throughout his formative years, and she devoted herself to his education. She was the daughter of a late aerospace entrepreneur, so his mother's inheritance gave Noah an optimal start in life.
Misty schooldays, weekends in the Cascades, international vacations, volunteering for nonprofit organizations and his mother's sincere involvement in his interests shaped Noah into a caring, well-rounded person.
Often, young adults want to move far away from their parents for college. Noah, who had the means and mind to enroll nearly anywhere, chose his home city's flagship school, the University of Washington.
Quite simply, a close relationship with his top-notch mother guides this author.
When you read Noah's vital contributions to this site, consider his mother's positive influence. After all, Noah says, "I owe every keystroke to her."