Sorry for taking so long to make this. It's nice to meet you all.
My name's Chloe. I'm 22 and trans (she/her). Hablo español.
I study secondary education, history and economics at the University of New Mexico.
I live on a quarter-acre lot with my fiance, @queerquill and we're trying to fix it up - which is a pretty big project, since it was empty for five years and pretty neglected since before that.
Most of my posts are going to be about the house, permaculture, and Marxism.
music video: electronic native american group, a tribe called red, collaborating with prolific the rapper in a song about the dakota access pipeline. https://youtu.be/QdeHUrL1FEM
If me, my fiance, and my sister-in-law all work for the same company ... does that make it a family business?
So my kid sister-in-law was over at the house, hanging out with us. And I got in the shower - and thought she had already left when I got out.
So uh, @queerquill walked in the bedroom and uh we haven't had sex in a bit. And we thought she'd left - so naturally, we started fucking. Really loud. For a good half hour.
To be fair, it felt great.
But I just heard the front door close.
So at this point, I still to take:
2 lab sciences
Tech in the Classroom
and New Mexico History
The community college has a class cap of 30 though, which is amazing!
And the university doesn't have one at all, so anything I can take here I would want to. And that means:
Calculus II - III
World regions (geography)
and (re-take) Sociology
I dropped out of college for a bit cause I was homeless and switched degrees when I got back.
I've only been going part-time for the last couple semesters, and pretty am behind where I should be.
I'm going to the local community college right now, for an associates in Secondary Education and should be graduating next Spring.
At the university I'm planning to double-major in education and history, and do a couple different minors in economics, math and Spanish.
It's a lot, but I'm trying to get qualified in bilingual ed for history and math (to teach econ).
I'm a student teacher in New Mexico, studying history and economics.
Marxist and trans.
Engaged to @queerquill
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