I hate sitting still. That's not to say that I'm restless, I just
try to avoid being idle if at all possible. I try and get outside
as much as I can - mountain biking, rock climbing, camping, hiking,
snowshoeing and growing the ever-so-occasional beard - If it
involves being active and outside, i'm down. It's a bonus if the
activity scares me a bit. Adrenalin is a really powerful and
addictive drug. (did that sound too extreme? It did, didn't it? I
assure you that i'm not just a thrill seeker. I just like to get
scared and overcome that fear every once in a while) As active as I
like to be, one of my favorite things in the world to do is setting
up my two-person hammock in the Arb and being as inactive
as possible for an hour or two.
I'm quiet sometimes, boisterous other times ; I can speak volumes
or just shut up and listen; I'm gentle and I'm assertive. Most
importantly, I know when to apply all of the above.
I'm older than I would like to be in age but just young enough in
spirit. I try and not take myself too seriously and am successful
with that most of the time. Although I have a great job, I still
don't know what I want to be when I grow up.