My name is Jerrale Tyjah Morris and I was born in San Diego, California. I absolutely love San Diego, it’s my home, but in my teen years I didn’t feel the same way. I personally believe very few people can appreciate the city they went through puberty in, which lead me on my journey around America. I moved to New Orleans, Louisiana when I was twenty one. I live to visit that city. It was amazing while I was there. One of the things that I’ve learned is if you’re moving to New Orleans get a job at a bar during Mardi Gras. You can have just as much fun and get paid for it! After I left New Orleans, I went to the Mid West. I wanted to see snow. I had never lived in snow before. Moved to Dayton, Ohio and Chicago. Had an amazing time in both cities. I eventually moved back home with a new found love and appreciation for this city.
I started working at Old Town Trolley in February 2014. I saw the employment opportunity online. I was a little confused because the interview process was slightly different than what I was used to. It was a group interview which was slightly animated. We were asked about our previous work history. After the group interview we were given a script told to memorize as much as we could and we would be filed giving them a presentation of the script. I was extremely nervous. I stuttered a few times and “figuratively” kicked myself after. A few days later John Savage called me back and my time at OTT San Diego started. It’s been a really great experience so far.
What is your greatest fear?
Drowning. That said, I love swimming.
What is your favorite occupation?
I love the idea of being a wildlife photographer.
What do you deplore most in your friends?
I have a really eclectic group of friends from all walks of life.
They are all really great people but I would say we all have the
ability to communicate our feelings good and bad effectively.
So we avoid serious arguments and when they do happen we
can actually resolve them. I surround myself with extremely
If you were to die and come back as a person or thing,
what do you think it would be?
I think I’d come back as a Main Coon kitten. They are the
most loving and cuddling cats, but they are still cats and
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A great dinner with close friends amazing conversation and no
cell phones. I don’t allow phones at the dinner table so I am
lucky to experience perfect happiness a lot.
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