Isabella Suhr

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About Me!

I’m Isabella Suhr,

I’m 20 years old and I really don’t know how to code. But that’s okay, I’m learning, and for whoever reads this, you’re coming along on my WordPress journey!

Isabella Suhr in Knoxville, near a pond in Marion County Park

I grew up in Knoxville Iowa, only 40 minutes away from Des Moines. Its only claim to fame being the sprint car track (google it). At home I spend a lot of time with my little sister. I have a 13-year-old dog named Yaz and a 3-year-old (very fat) cat named Houdini. Two years ago I graduated highschool. During my few years there I participated in lots of activities. From band, choir, and Spring Musical to Mock Trial, Debate and the golf team. I kept busy!

You can also find me bartending at the golf course in Knoxville. Besides working and going to school I spend most of my time with friends and reading. I’m always looking for new books to read so if you see me, tell me your favorite book! Right now I’m reading Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. Don’t ask me about movies though, I haven’t seen a lot of them not even the classics. But worry not because I am slowly making my way through the world of cinema.

I’m now in my second year at Drake University in Des Moines. Currently, I am an Advertising and PR major with a concentration in Women and Gender Studies. While I do like what I study some days I wish I could be an art-related major. They just seem so fun and creative. If I had any sort of artistic ability it would be to draw. I enjoy doodling but it’s not the same. I also like painting but again I zero artistic capabilities. If you count music though I can sing and I play the piano and trombone. I don’t play the piano here at Drake, though you can find me playing trombone in the Symphonic Band here and I’m part of D.U.M.B..

If I’m not in Meredith Hall working or bothering people you will either find me in Upper Olmsted studying or off with my friends on an adventure. I find that the study space in Upper Olmsted is one of the best places to get work done. It’s quiet and empty most days, but with all the hubbub below I can still feel as though I’m a part of campus life. There is an added bonus of the piano, sometimes people will play it late at night and it is a treat to hear!

Other than that there isn’t much to say. If you’ve read this and see me, come say hi! I’m a yapper and I love talking to people!