I go to Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey.
I have two dogs, Meesa and Milo. They are either getting into trouble or sleeping, but they're cute so I feed them.
I'm addicted to stationary: pens and journals and planners, you name them!
I am also addicted to mugs. I just finished moving into my own apartment and I swear I found about a hundred mugs in five boxes.
I love tea.
I don't drink coffee, but I loved it. (Although now I think of it, I forced myself to drink it until I liked it, so I'm not sure I really loved it in the first place...)
I am a terribly slow reader but I love reading. I often get caught between wanting to read as quickly as possible and wishing the book would never end so I could keep enjoying it.
My favorite food is sushi.
My doctor told me I could benefit from a vegetarian diet, but I only got as far as cutting out land meats. Most things in the ocean is fair as far as I'm concerned.
I'm from California.
I live in New Jersey now, but I plan on moving to New York City soon.
I used to have a Netflix account for the sole purpose of re-watching How I Met Your Mother. Now, I've moved on to Seinfeld on Hulu.
I live by myself, and I often get scared because of it.
I love french fries, maybe as much as sushi.
I'm studying classical voice but my heart lies with musical theater.
I am afraid to leave school because I have a fear of adulting.
I drank too much when I first turned 21 to the point that I was hospitalized. I don't drink anymore at all.
I used to think my long hair was what made me pretty, and so I never cut my hair. In April, I cut my hair short, and I love it so much I can't imagine ever going back.
I have a dream of one day being able to dance like the people in Dirty Dancing.
I grew up with two first languages: Mandarin and English. Therefore, I have an English accent when I speak Mandarin, and a tiny bit of a Chinese accent when I speak English. Because of it, I find that sometimes when I'm panicked, my brain simply grabs the first word that comes to mind on the subject, regardless of the language I am currently conversing in.