a FEW THINGS ABOUT ME...

Eldest child

A cliché of academic excellence. Happy to not be the expected cliché of academic achievement

Though not terribly good at math, I am an admirer of those who do understand and manipulate numbers

A product of the so called "New World" - a mix of colonizers, banished peoples, enslaved peoples, and subjugated peoples

I chose art history at the age of 16 and never looked back. Before that I was going to study air traffic control

Quiet and reserved, I am consistent...even in my inconsistencies 

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Fun Fact:

I am a Ravenclaw 

The cardinal traits of Ravenclaw are intellect, wit and openness to experience. They are the most introverted house of the four. Ravenclaws are more likely to prefer small gatherings of like-minded individuals and require recuperation after stressful social interaction. These individuals are intuitive creatures, the quintessential researchers. They lack the stubborn, strict, and rule-abiding qualities that would inhibit intellectual growth—one can't be too set in their ways if they are to be open to exploring new ideas and paths of thought. In contrast to Slytherin and Gryffindor, Ravenclaws in general are much more emotionally stable. Their reactions seem dampened compared to the sometimes dramatic responses of the other houses—they're much less likely to get offended, they're more open to criticism, not particularly argumentative and interested in hearing different points of view. They can at times seem to be less interested in people and more interested in their own inner world, and appear to be disconnected from the rest of humanity.

Ambition is secondary to them. Although they may strive to excel in school, knowledge and self-enrichment is the primary goal as opposed to simply wanting good marks. If they do happen to strive for excellence, it is because it fits with their other goals, not out of a desire to be superior or the best. Due to their intuitiveness and willingness to listen, Ravenclaws can be empathetic and make good advisors. They should generally leave leadership roles to people who are more extroverted and who would enjoy them more, however.

 

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