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Jabberwocky JessHello, welcome to the blog of an asexual teenager just beginning her college experiences. I'm an avid reader, a fantasy writer, and a cat person. Also, a huge fan of mythology. I plan on majoring in archaeology/anthropology.
I go to Sweet Briar College, an all-women's college in Virginia. My views do not necessarily reflect the college's, nor do the college's views necessarily reflect my own. Etc., etc., etc.
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It’s been awhile since I last posted. I know. It’s Halloween! Which means I eat a little candy and sit in my room, maybe watch a movie. (I haven’t watched one yet. I will do so after I’ve posted here.) … Continue reading
So, the name’s a tad obvious. But I am very bad at naming things. There are many strays around Sweet Briar College. This cat, who I refer to mostly as “That Orange Kitty,” is very friendly. S/he wanders about the … Continue reading
So, Founder’s Day was Friday. It seems a little strange to celebrate and mourn the college’s founder at the same time. The people here are incredibly aware of their history here — the story of the college’s founder, Indiana Fletcher … Continue reading
Guess what? I’m not dead. While I get settled into my new routine at college, I will be a bit patchy in my blogging habits. This is a fact of life. But if you really wanted to know, there are … Continue reading
So, yesterday I went rock climbing. As we drive into the city, I take note of it. I’ve only been into (any) city a couple of times; where I’m from, it’s mostly suburban residences and the occasional Wal-mart and Food … Continue reading
So, Yea. Yesterday morning, I am about to take a shower when a girl and her boyfriend come stand outside the doorway to the bathroom. Boy: Are you about to use the bathroom? Me (holding up my towel and … Continue reading
Fun Fact: You can totally have male teachers at an all-girl’s college. Of my seven classes, three of them are taught by guys (all of them white guys, for whatever reason. But this is the South.) In fact, the college … Continue reading
Forks and spoons. (Luckily, a nice young woman down the hall gave me a few plastic forks and spoons so I may eat my rice, peanut butter, and cereal without having to use measuring spoons.) Extra towels. (I have only … Continue reading