pleonastically (adverb): using more words than are necessary to convey meaning either as a fault of style or for emphasis
peripatetic (adjective): traveling from place to place, esp. working or based in various places for relatively short periods
Cynthia Elizabeth Scott Traeger is a graduate student at the University of Washington, where she is working toward her master's of library and information science (MLIS). She is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned a BA in multimedia journalism and English. She is a good, old-fashioned bibliophile with a penchant for programming and a genuine belief that the universe is eminently organizable.
Cindy is currently an assistant web content editor for UNC Global and webmaster for the Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations . She enjoys Tumbling at The Dauntless Chambered Nautilus, and also frequently engages in random acts of photography and gardening. Cindy very occasionally writes poetry and short fiction, and she would really like to do more of that sort of thing.
She was born in the deepest depths of the deep American south, but you'd probably never guess it. In fact, Cindy grew up happily moving from place to place in quick succession, and she has lived in almost every corner of the U.S. The bits along the ocean will always be her favorite.
She resides in western Washington state at the moment with her husband, William, and their pet African pygmy hedgehog, Sir Bilbo Sonic Traeger, Esq. You never can tell where they'll turn up next.