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I’m Katie. I’m a senior at Tennessee Tech, and I’m studying Nursing. I don’t know what I’m going to ultimately do because, the more I learn, the more I’m interested in absolutely everything.

I’m convinced that cake will always be better than anything else, and Mary Antoinette might have been onto something when she tried to use it to solve all the world’s problems.

One day, I’m going to bake the world’s largest cake and drop it in the middle of Kansas, and the whole world will converge on it, and we’ll all have a party. I’ll bring my pet t-rex so I can ride around on his back dispensing coffee and tea. Then I’ll be elected the Benevolent Dictator of the Known and Unknown Universe, and peace and cake will reign.

I love God and cookies and cake and laughter and food and taking my pants off after a really long day and genuine people and good stories and great friends. I hate pants, constant squeaking, pants, washing dishes, pants, cleaning, and pants.

I love going on adventures. I define an adventure as anything from leaving my house for class to going to a foreign country (I’ve done both.). I love being alone with God and the wind and my thoughts. I love the company of people I love who love me.

I’m an introvert, an INFP, to be exact. Sometimes, I’m obnoxious because I’m completely overwhelmed by all the people. Sometimes, I’m obnoxious because that’s just how I am. Sometimes, I hide away from everyone because I need a little time to recharge.

As a child, I was a terrible creature, and I was pretty awesome. I was the kid who ate the glue to see how the teacher would react. I was also the kid who would spend hours sitting on the bed, buried in a book.

Now, I like to think of myself as a pretty-awesome, terrible creature. I don’t eat glue anymore, but I do pretty dumb things because I get bored. I can also still spend hours sitting on my bed, lost in an entirely different world in the pages of a book.

All the above stuff is lies. My real goal in life is to be a pirate. Or a hobo. Or a ninja. Or a dinosaur.


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