Welcome to my page!

My name is Maria Sable and I am a sophomore majoring in chemical engineering. I chose chemical engineering because I have always enjoyed math and chemistry. I tutored my fellow students in those subjects at community college. An interesting fact about me is that I got my GED immediately after tenth grade when I was sixteen. I started at community college immediately after that, and transferred to NC State after one year. I am currently only seventeen.

My favorite break from school would have to be winter break. This is partly because I didn't get much of a summer break this past summer, considering that I attended community college over the summer. I like winter break because, although school is out for almost a month, I don't have enough free time to get bored of having free time like I do during the summer. Also, there's Christmas, and who doesn't like presents? The only thing I dislike about winter break is the cold weather; I'm definitely a warm weather kind of girl.

My favorite food would undoubtedly be pancakes. IHOP is unquestionably my favorite restaurant. Every time I visit, I order something different, whether it be chocolate chip pancakes, chicken and waffles, or a very berry waffle. My favorite animal (or types of animals) would probably be birds. I have always wanted a pet bird, but my mom thought having a pet that could talk back would get annoying very quickly, and so she would never let me have one. The only type of pet that I've ever had has been dogs, and that makes me kind of sad.

Netflix is my favorite website. Click below to visit Netflix.

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Hulu is my second-favorite website. Click below to visit Hulu.

Hulu

How to Make Scrambled Eggs:

  1. Take the eggs out of the refrigerator and turn on the stove.
  2. Put the eggs in a bowl and begin to mix them with a spoon.
  3. Once the eggs are thoroughly mixed, pour them into a pan on the stove.
  4. Heat the eggs until they become solid, mashing them up every once in a while with a spatula.
  5. Take the eggs off the stove once they are fully-cooked, and viola, you have scrambled eggs!
Classes and Expected Grades for Fall 2013
Class Grade
Bowling C+
Chemistry B+
Differential Equations B-
Winter Break Photo