It took me three different schools spanning over 9 years, but I finally did it. I have a B.A. in Anthropology and Creative Writing from the University of South Florida. (I also have an A.A. in Liberal Arts from Hillsborough Community College.)
sanachan198's Life List
How I did it: I took a college class or two strait out of high school, then got bored and dropped out. Four years later I started again, 3000 miles away at a new school, and completed my Associate's. Then I transferred to a four year institution (University of South Florida, also known as U Stay Forever) and got my Bachelor's. Read how I did it…
Calligraphy has interested me for years, along with handwriting in general. I love old fashioned copperplate style penmanship, and would love to learn to write like that. And also I’d like to learn it well enough that I might be able to start a small business addressing and writing formal invitations for weddings and such.
The title is a direct quote from my boss’ daughter. At least she didn’t ask if it was in Asia, right? Anyway, I haven’t eaten Ethiopian food since I was perhaps 4 or 5, and I’ve really been wanting to try it again. I remember really, really, really loving the bread they serve with the food, and that’s about it. Over the past couple of years my tastes have really been expanding and changing, and I’m very eager to try out a wide variety of different cuisines, with Ethiopian being at the top of my list at the moment.