As you may or may not know, my name is not really JellowCat. On the internet I'm known as Anie, which is a mutilated left-over of the name my parents gave me when I was born on February 10, 1983 at 1:08 in the afternoon in Wolmirstedt, Germany. That place has been my hometown for many years until after passing my A-level exams at age 19 I decided it was time to spend a year abroad. I went to live with a family in New Jersey looking after their kids. If you're interested in what kind of stories an ex-au pair has to tell, you can write and ask me. I'm sure you'll find my email address somewhere on the site. Well, anyway, I'm back in Germany now and am currently studying Cultural Sciences in Frankfurt (Oder), right on the Polish border.
Besides giving you a quick biography the self-analysis of my psyche will probably be only insufficient. I have never been good at nor cared about writing about my innermost self. Yeah, right. Well, I'm shy. I never speak in class and I'll fall apart when I have to do presentations in front of everyone. I'm lazy beyond belief. I'll apply the minimum input principle on everything I do. I am nearly completely undecided as to what I'm going to be or do once I finish studying. I don't really want to do anything. Not even study. I feel most comfortable in a position where I have the feeling that I'm needed. Otherwise it doesn't make sense.
I am convinced that there needs to be a revolution soon. The system must be overthrown. Or even better: I need to find a way to break out of the system and live entirely independently from it. I'm not yet sure how that's going to happen, 'though. In case I find out, I'll let you know, okay?