Alee (198- ) is an American biologist, researcher, an idealist. She is best known as the blogger behind A Lofty Existence, a blog about relationships, culture, and society.
Alee was born on February 28th in a large city in New England, one of the oldest and most liberal regions of the United States. Because she was a very active baby, physicians attending to her mother before her birth predicted she would be a boy. But Alee was born a girl, and a quiet, lazy one at that.
Alee celebrated her first birthday with her siblings and friends at daycare. She had a huge pink birthday cake, however, Alee didn’t know how to eat cake and got icing all over her expensive birthday dress. But her mother didn’t care — she was just happy that Alee lived to see her first birthday. Alee was a baby who cried so much that her parents thought she would overwork her lungs and die.
Alee went to a Catholic elementary school where she studied a variety of subjects including religion and literature, and played double-dutch during recess. Her teachers loved her and thought she was the perfect pupil. She loved them too, but couldn’t wait to go to a new school after being in one place for six years.
To continue her studies, Alee attended a diverse math and science school. There she made close friends –and enemies– and set records by being the first to do nearly everything. She attended this school for six years as well before moving on to university studies.
For college, Alee attended a private university known for its ivy and sports league. There she studied molecular biology, with several other courses in literature and cultural studies. But more importantly she was exposed to many people from a wealth of backgrounds, cultures, and countries.
Alee has two siblings: an older brother and sister who people say looks just like her, until they see more them twice.
Her hobbies include music, the Internet, molecular biology, and cheesecake.