Humans of Sacred Heart – Lydia Currie '16

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HOSH Lydia
What did you do last weekend?

“Last weekend, Erin Schick and I went to the Stamford Nature Center. We used to visit the Nature Center a lot as kids. We were feeling nostalgic and wanted to go back to relive old memories from our childhood. We spent time fan-girling over the baby goats and lambs. We had a great time.”
What did you learn or take away from this experience?
“I learned that geese are aggressive, and that a Scottish highland cow is not the same as a yak. It was really nice to re-visit one of my favorite places, and it made me realize how important it is to step back from my busy schedule and spend some time in nature.”
What is your favorite animal and why?
“My favorite animal is definitely a fennec fox. They are these tiny, adorable foxes that also have huge ears, and they are so cute.”
Do you have any pets?
“I have three dogs, one Golden Retriever and two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, and one Ragdoll cat.”
Where do you see yourself in ten years?

“I definitely want to be a doctor, but I also want to be involved in the arts somehow, preferably through dance or theater.”
Lydia Currie '16 poses with a goat at Stamford Nature Center. Courtesy of Erin Schick '16.
Lydia Currie ’16 poses with a goat at Stamford Nature Center. Courtesy of Erin Schick ’16.

The King Street Chronicle thanks senior Lydia Currie for her contributions to “Humans of Sacred Heart.”
Photo by Alana Galloway, Content Editor
– Compiled by Alana Galloway, Content Editor and Alexandra Dimitri, Managing Editor