“When they asked me what I wanted to be I said I didn’t know.
“Oh, sure you know,” the photographer said.
“She wants,” said Jay Cee wittily, “to be everything.”
Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar (1963)
Young woman in her early twenties trying to make a living by looking at numbers, analyzing data, and creating predictive mathematical models.
In her lone time, she loves to write. She has been writing since she was five years old. All those summer nights spent with a notebook and a pen, creating numerous characters with every flicker of her imagination.
She wanted to be everything. And the only way to be everything is to imagine.