I am currently a biology undergrad, but I'm graduating in May. I'm on the pre-vet track, and I love math and science. My dream job is to be an equine chiropractor, while also traveling for 3-6 months out of the year to work with horses that may not have access to this type of care.
I'm also creative and crafty. I like knitting, sewing, painting, literature, etc. I also love to play sports (volleyball, lacrosse, rugby, equestrian, color guard, dance), but I suck at watching them. I love getting my hands dirty, and my favorite passtime is probably learning something new.
My work experience includes STEM field tutoring, including calculus, physics, gen chem, organic chem, and stats, animal sitting/training, some horse training/barn work, saddle seat instruction, and sewing (mostly dance costumes).
I have been dabbling in paganism/wicca since I started my undergrad, but I still have a lot to learn. Every day that I practice more I feel better as a person and happier than I ever was in mainstream religion. With that said, I am always open to learning about the religion and spiritual practices of others.
I guess I'm kind of your typical college liberal, but with a science twist, and certian level of crazy that makes people laugh.