HA! So you want to know more about moi? What to say, where to start… Oh right, this isn’t a novel, only the ‘about’ section. Um, I’m a proud member of the Class of 2019 at Tufts University in Boston, with big plans to become a doctor, but I originally hail from Paris, France. I laugh more than I should, at bad jokes, awful insults, and have been known to giggle in awkward situations. I’m a huge sports fan, mostly of baseball (New York Mets) and American Football (New England Patriots) –> please, don’t hate me for my sports choices; I blame my dad, you can too.Β  Also, I’m known to have a permanent dazed and confused look on my face. Ta-daa, you know me. Sort of. Not really. Enough to fill the purpose of this section.


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    • Absolutely! Brady is awesome, and I’m glad to have found another Pats fan!!
      Ah yes, but seeing your blog, you turned out to be quite a marvelous person, and we can call you the professor instead of the doctor, which somehow seems much more fitting πŸ™‚

      • Hahaha, i’ve been thinking of doing a back to school series but i’m not sure whether people would like that..
        Aww, thanks! πŸ™‚

  1. Wow, you live in Paris? That’s amazing! I want to know your blogging secrets! I’ve been blogging for a while but you seem to have a great knack at attracting viewers! I mean, your content is really interesting and you’re a great writer, but it’s so great and intriguing how you have such a big following and get so many likes on all of your posts! x

    • I honestly don’t know what I’ve been doing to attract people! When I started this blog I never expected anyone to read the thoughts of a simple 15 year old living in France. Thanks for saying that I’m a great writer, I really appreciate it πŸ™‚ the ideas for my posts just pop into my head and I think, oooh I could blog about that! I’m just really happy and grateful that people like my stuff!

  2. You.. Missy, are seriously, utterly, completely and TOTALLY talented!!!! How can you write so well??!!!! You rule, girl!
    I just read like two posts…and I’m completely in love with your blog!!! I so have to come back to read the other posts!!! πŸ˜€

  3. My New Friend,
    Thank you for following my blog site, I’m delighted. I just started to follow your writings and look forward to getting to know the “Confused Teen”.
    Your Friend,

  4. Hey your from Paris? That’s awesome! I’ve always wondered do you ever actually say Ah, la vache when you’re surprised? And does it really mean Oh, the cow?
    Yours truly,

    • Yeah sometimes, although it’s mostly to my detriment actually! An yup, it does mean oh the cow, oddly enough! On the other hand I do say ‘holy cow on a cracker’ so who knows πŸ˜‰ I guess that when I get surprised in French I tend to swear.. um.. profusely.

  5. Bonjour, CT. My name is Cee and I’m also a junior. I was supposed to come to Paris to study as an exchange student this year, but some bad things happened to me at the end of last year, so that’s all off, at least for this year. Anyway, I’m glad I found your blog and plan to peek in regularly. πŸ™‚

    Bon après-midi !

    • Bonjour Cee πŸ™‚ You sound like an amazeballs person and I personally have NO DOUBT that you’ll be on your way to France soon enough! And when that happens I only hope Paris can live up to your expectations πŸ˜‰

      • I spent the summer there a few years ago and had an awesome time, but it’s not the same as going to school there for a year. I was really looking forward to that. But things happen. Maybe I’ll still get to go next year, or for college.

  6. Great idea πŸ™‚ and thank you very much again for your answers πŸ˜‰
    I also had the problem that I was awarded twice and I don’t follow 20 deserving AND less than 200 followers blogs so I decided to answer 20 questions and nominate 10 bloggers πŸ™‚

  7. I like your use of the word “muddled” in your title banner…it’s a term I often refer to in my writings, as EM Forster used it to describe the feelings of disconnection with others – in their relationships. All the best.

    • Wow another comment that I missed! Hum CT, you’re going to have to get your eyes checked. Anyways, thank you, I thought it conveyed how I view the world as a mostly confused teenager!

  8. Frankly, this is ridiculous. Hardly 2 months and your blog gets this much attention? I’m sorry but HOW???? My blog is about the same age as yours and it’s gaining followers about as quickly as a snail. 😦

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  10. Hey! Thanks for following my blog, Inspiring Evolution. I hope you liked some of my posts. Keep up the positive spirit and sharing more of your wonderful writings!

    Lots of love,

  11. so glad to read you are still mesmerized by a sparkling Eiffel Tower ! I Certainly hope world wearyness will never come to your door ! Happened on your blog by accident . You seem to be a fellow Parisian and it’s wonderful thinking that we cross paths out in real life without knowing it! Look forward to reading your continuing messages in a bottle as it were !

    • Jenny, I can’t get any info on you (not that, um, I’m a french teenage stalker girl), are you from Paris or do you live here? I’m so glad you like my blog, I have to pick it back up again now that the school rush is over!

    • Ah, un bilingue! How did you become passionate about French? Were you amazingly influenced by our politics and pop music? (to be clear, the last sentence was sarcasm; I have no great estime for french politics and/or music).
      Connecticut? How do I know which way is Connecticut? Sorry ’bout that, just watched Holiday Inn πŸ˜‰

      • Haha, I LOVE foreign languages, especially French! I actually wrote a blog article about my journey of Spanish, French, Mandarin, and Arabic studies throughout my teen years. I studied French “a la fac” haha, I find that word so amusing … “GO FAC YOURSELF!” Maybe that could mean, go educate yourself? Pardon my language. Other than cuisine, culture, and language, I am definitely intrigued to go back to Europe some time in my life. My passport has Espana, Amsterdam, and Canada doesn’t bother to stamp. Mais, j’adore pourtine! Ah, French politics. Merde … Obama vs. Sarkozy, neither is any better! mdr. Hm, CT … as in … NY / CT / Rhode Island lol we’re the cream filling of the NY and RI oreo πŸ™‚ but other than that … I love French cinema, femme fatale et film noir, the new wave … don’t even ask how many times I’ve watched Amelie πŸ™‚

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  13. I can overlook you being a Mets and Pats fan. It could always be MUCH worse. At least you’re not a long-suffering Dallas Cowboys or an overbearing NYY fan … lol. I’m hoping my Giants will have a much better effort come football season because last year was painful to watch, but I suppose we were way overdue for a craptastic record.

    • I hate the Yankees with all my guts and can only feel pathetically sorry for the Cowboys, so no worries there πŸ˜‰ I’ve always liked the Giants, and it did pain me a certain amount to see them go 0-6 last year, but I suppose it was karma for beating us in the Superbowl!

      • LOL … actually, two Super Bowls. πŸ˜‰ We definitely have the Pats’ number when it counts most.

        I’m with you about hating the Yanks. And one of my favorite pastimes is ragging on Dallas fans … lol. I HATE the Cowboys.

      • Thank you, really that means a lot to me πŸ™‚ I have always been pretty good at it, but I think some of it comes from binge watching FRIENDS when I was younger and watching TV-shows online without subtitles, I think it taught me a lot πŸ™‚

  14. I’ve nominated you for the ‘One Lovely Blog’ award! I really love your blog, and think you’re a delightful person! I still remember the first blog award you nominated me for! I hope you accept your nomination, because I can’t wait to find out more about you!
    Your nomination, and the rules can be found in the link below! πŸ™‚ (p.s sorry for all of the exclamation marks in this comment!!!!)

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