Aaaand I’m back! Kicking off the week with a little zebra finch griffin, in honor of my research species and my school’s very very new mascot.
I knew I would be busy but I still think I underestimated!!!
Art history and women’s studies.
The first one because I would love to eventually teach that at the college level, and the second because I love reading and analyzing anything gender study related.
So I think I’m going to go to college..
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nickname: A few people from a certain social group call me Tea, a couple of coworkers refer to me as Yardsley.
sexuality: queer as fuck NOS
height : 5’7”
time zone: eastern
current time and date: 8:02 August 31st, 2014
last thing you google: indeed.com. Which was kind of an accident, since I obviously knew the entire web address
most used phrases: Probably “ah”, but I don’t know that it counts as a phrase, really.
last thing you said to a family member: “What.” (I’m a boring person.)
favorite beverage: Toss up between water and blended mocha with double shots. Or Angry Orchard hard cider.
first word that comes to mind: cider.
happy place: clean house.
three things you cant live without: NPR, my husband and Questionable Content.
advice to your followers: Don’t jump into a swimming pool of tar.
"To live is to sink roots. Life is possible only to the extent that you find a place hospitable enough to receive you and allow you to settle down. What follows is a sort of symbiosis: Just as you grow into the world, the world grows into you. Not only do you occupy a certain place, but that place, in turn, occupies you. Its culture shapes the way you see the world, its language informs the way you think, its customs structure you as a social being. Who you ultimately are is determined to an important degree by the vast web of entanglements of “home.”"
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