I am not a religious person, though I can understand why people have faith. While I encourage them to question their beliefs, as I question my own, I am fairly accommodating of such things. More important than the question of what you believe is how it influences the way that you act towards people. I can tell you now that if you're nasty towards people, that I really don't want anything to do with you.
Which I suppose brings me to another one of my goals (because it's kind of important to have those). I really want to join the peace corps. I already spend a good chunk of my time doing volunteer work. But I really want to join the peace corps someday.
I legitimately celebrate Festivus as a holiday.
I own an overly expensive telescope and really want to find someone who will get drunk with me and go stargazing. (It's brilliant)
Right now I am a full time student. I am working on a BS in Sociology.
So perhaps I should talk about what it is that I want in a partner. I want someone with a mature sense of things. This doesn't mean that you have to be some sort of humorless dick, but I really don't want some self infantilizing bimbo who thinks that being helpless is sexy. Ideally I want someone who reads and knows how to carry a semi-intelligent conversation. I want someone to share my life with. Deep innermost conflicts, as well as every single moment of joy.
My ideal date is going to the Frazier, wandering around Louisville for a bit(probably the waterfront), hitting up a restaurant for dinner, then heading home for a cheap bottle of wine and a movie. Alternatively, I own one of those really nice telescopes, I've been trying to find someone with an interest in drunk stargazing for the fall. Preferably someone who doesn't mind cuddling. I make a pretty wicked big spoon. I also do really well with jetpack cuddlers.