A Patchwork of Perceptions

Excursions in the Classroom

About Me

I, Abigail, am guilty of engaging in that dangerous activity of reading, pestering my sister with passionate rhetoric on the beauty of mathematics, and believing Jesus Christ to be my Savior.

I hail from a tiny village in southern China that, when my parents visited in 2000, had oxen plodding down the road. From 2010 to 2014 my family and I lived in Xi’an, where we were involved in a foster care/orphan ministry. If you’re interested, some of our experiences are documented here. I hope to write about those four years more fully some day.

Now, I live in one of the 19,354 incorporated places of the United States with my six-week-older sister, two younger brothers, parents, and pets and attend school two-thirds of a day’s drive away. (If you’d like to learn more about my sister, see her blog here. She draws amazing pictures.)

I home schooled from 5th to 12th grade, with a one-year break in 9th grade when I attended a private school. I am currently a college junior/senior studying mathematics. For now, I’m here to share my academic discoveries with you.

Thank you for joining me!


P.S. You can also find me tweeting on @AppleLindner, sharing recipes on Wholesome Chickpea, and writing fiction and poetry on this site.

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