Monthly Archives: May 2011

Forever a freshman

Is it meaningful, notable, or simply coincidental that many of the things I feel define me today are things that began during my freshman year of high school? I became a vegetarian in February of 2005 and I’m, well, still a … Continue reading

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Perpetually unfinished

There’s a wall in my house that has three pictures: one each of myself, my older sister, and my older brother. It began with pictures of us in first grade and was changed to our eighth grade graduation photo as … Continue reading

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Three words to limit me

I’m filling out a profile for an upcoming event and, as I probably could have predicted, I’ve been asked to give three words that describe me. Judging by the complete history of written things by Katherine, one can gather that … Continue reading

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My life in a sedan/suitcase: 1

I was going to simply title it “my life in a suitcase” because that sounds fabulous, but it wouldn’t be accurate. So, for once, I’m going to forgo linguistic aesthetics (made that term up, hell yeah) in favor of the … Continue reading

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Moving

I’m sitting in a room in my sorority house. I have my purse, my laptop, and a paper cup with a flower in it. This morning, this was my room, but I can’t really say that anymore. I began packing … Continue reading

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Topical.

Osama Bin Laden is dead. First, I am amused by the subtle-yet-obvious PR move that was the decision to report that Bin Laden is dead, not that “we” killed Bin Laden. We(henceforth, “we” will be used in reference to the … Continue reading

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BEDA: May 1

The wrap-up. I’m disappointed in my own BEDA performance, not only with my lack of consistency, but also with the lack of depth in so many of my posts. I honestly do have a lot of things I wish I … Continue reading

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