I am a 20-year-old woman, currently attending a 4-year college in New England. I am currently studying Linguistics, and have (at the very least) conversational knowledge of three languages other than my mother tongue. It goes without saying that I love to travel, and I am quite passionate about what I do. I have no idea what the future holds for me, but I value my education above all things...so I will definitely be in school for as long as my bank account allow it.
While I may identify myself as a submissive, in daily life I am quite dominant. I'm very argumentative, confrontational and opinionated. At the same time, I'd say I execute these aggressive aspects of my personality with the utmost grace and refinement. I prefer getting into peoples heads over screaming at the top of my lungs. I would not describe myself as selfish, but I can be overly self-focused. I'm admittedly a perfectionist, and can be rather OCD when it comes to my personal space.
I've had boys fawning over me since I was about 10 years old, and this has certainly lead to a certain degree of haughtiness. Unfortunately, I've never found myself remotely satisfied with any of my various suitors. I'd often find myself frustrated when we'd go in circles over making decisions, and bored during the tender moments of our shared sexual experiences.
I am a devout Catholic -- though, I struggle to tolerate cradle-Catholics. I was brought up by a Polish Catholic family, I myself chose not be confirmed along with the rest of my peers at age 13, and remained an agnostic for many years. I only recently accepted God's invitation for me to join Him, and was confirmed by the bishop in March of this year. My blog's title is actually a reference to the work by my patron saint, Augustine (though, I have a feeling referencing a major piece of religious literature is a tad bit blasphemous...).
My faith may play a role in the decisions that I make, as well as the way I view/judge myself, but at present it does not dominate my every thought and/or action. It should also be said that I by no means wish to turn this into a religion discussion forum, and if you're expecting the saga of a Catholic-guilt-ridden submissive -- you're reading the wrong blog.