Who I am

Hello! My name is Lydia Lloyd. I am a freshman majoring in Engineering. I chose engineering for a couple of reasons. First, because I like puzzles and putting things together and taking them apart. The second reason was that the Johnson O'Connor test indicated that my strengths would be best used in either engineering or medicine. I could never take the immediate pressure of being a doctor and I've never liked anatomy so I went with engineering.

My favorite break from school was last spring when I went to Europe with my dad and two of my sisters. We were gone for two and a half weeks. We flew from RDU to Toronto, and from there to Barcelona. We left Barcelona almost immediately and drove through France, Switzerland, Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, and Andorra, eventually ending up back in Barcelona. My favorite country overall was Italy. I also liked Bavaria, Flanders, Normandy, and the Pyranees mountains.

I have a confession to make. I know practically nothing about March Madness. I believe it has something to do with basketball predictions. I don't really see the point of it and it certainly doesn't sound like something I would enjoy. I honestly don't care one way or the other about it all, but if I had to pick I side I would dislike it.

The two websites I visit the most often are Pinterest and Facebook
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I am now going to tell you how to make the best cucumber sandwiches ever!
  1. Refrigerate bread over night and de-crust
  2. Mix 1 package of thawed cream cheese with a small amount of ranch dressing and approximately half a package of ranch dressing mix
  3. Slice up a whole cucumber
  4. Spread mixture over one side of each slice of bread in the loaf
  5. Cut each piece of bread into 4 small squares and place one piece of cucumber on each square
  6. Sprinkle sandwiches with desired amount of dill

Class Grades

ClassPredicted Grade
E115 S
GC 120 A
Fortran B
Physics B+
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