ravenwing5910 wrote:Hello Everyone.
I'll admit I have been eaves dropping for a few days now, and I would like to say that there is some very interesting reading to be done here. I think this is (mostly) a nice forum.
To introduce myself, my "real' name is Therese, I am a student Anthropology is my major, archaeology my passion. I am not 19, my son is 19. After years of doing what was expected, I am now pursuing my dream. So if you don't mind, I am looking forward to continued eaves dropping (in the pursuit of knowledge) and occasionally tweaking a nose or two (just for fun), but really to get more info on a subject I may find interesting.
Cognito... it all depends on the time of day. I live in the Capitol, but spend alot of time in our only real city (for classes) but I also spend a great deal of time out and about the mountains and the east/central parts of this great state (and yes I love the rain).
well I am off to another class, math (I hate math).
Michelle, did you hear Astoria is sinking? (big sink hole). it is a beautiful little town, I would love to explore a few attics in those old homes. I lived in California (bay area) for a short time, I'm afraid I didn't like it (no weather). Hope you get a chance to get up here again soon.
Cognito. I am guessing UofO, What area of study if I can ask?
Cognito wrote:Must have made me a nerdly running back.
since you mentioned grammar in reference to one my posts, I can't resist saying that nerdy is the adjective form and 'nerdly' (if there is such a word) would be the adverb. i.e. he looks nerdy and he acts nerdly.
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