Bio

passportI’m not a fan of bios because I never really know what to put to make me sound interesting. To me we are all so similar. Our experience normally differs, but that’s so we have the ability to share. Simply put, I like to learn about new things and love to meet to new people.

I’m trying to implement “The Liver Philosophy”. It’s a theory of mine that I learned from my uncle. I want to find people who already know it and then introduce it to those who don’t. Oh, and completely learn something new from the person I share with…it should always be an even exchange.

I once wanted to get tattoos on my wrists: “unsui” on my left (truth-seeker) and “sensei” on my right (master). As you can see, I long for the balance in life. I’m a Cancer according to my sign and I like to see how many people fit their astrological descriptions. It’s like a life-long experiment to see how true it is.

But seriously, I’m a small-town girl who just graduated from The University of Louisiana at Lafayette as the Outstanding Graduate for the College of General Studies (master of life/well rounded individual). I was editor in chief of our school newspaper, The Vermilion, for the past year. I spent 9 years in and out of this university and it is absolutely my home.

My roots are engrained in the soil of Louisiana, but there are these petals on my Magnolia tree that long to dance in the sunshine of my country. I’m open to sharing my journey in hopes to meet other interesting humans and maybe help them blossom in their own way. 

“It’s not the destination, but the journey.” (Dan Milliman, The ways of the Peaceful Warrior)

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2 Comments

  1. thebsproject

     /  May 27, 2009

    Hey! We’re part of the PPU too. I’m following your blog, you should check out ours!

    🙂

    The BS Project

    Reply
  2. Freddie

     /  November 30, 2009

    Leecee, this is Freddie. Contact me if you read this. Love ya!

    Reply

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