It's a line from one of my favorite poems. Two points for you if you instantly knew which poem it's from(Googling it doesn't count).
Now that I have your attention, let me tell you a little bit about me. I'm pretty hard to describe, but I'll give you the Cliff notes. I'm a transplanted New Yorker. I moved down about 10 years ago when my family relocated. I live with my family, not because I'm a loser(although, I guess that's not for me to judge), but because I like living at home for now. I initially took a lot of time off from life(sort of like Thoreau, but with Cable and indoor plumbing), but now have worked my way back into society(this sounds a little like I spent sometime incarcerated:)).
I love movies or at least good movies. I have a ridiculous amount of DVDs and Blu-rays. I'm a bit of a sports addict, although I really only care about the New York teams(Yankees, Giants, Knicks). I watch way too much TV. I love most kinds of music, although I can't really stand Country (except Johnny Cash).
I'm not a complete couch potato, I try to workout 4-5 times a week(Nobody wants a fat Personal Trainer), I play golf regularly(Although I'm not very good), and just started playing Softball again. In general I love taking advantage of the good weather Texas has.
Why am I here? I guess I'm hoping to find someone who's cool to hang out with and can hold her own in a conversation.