In a nutshell, I'm someone you want on your team. Any kind of team on any occasion. Even if I am failing miserably it would at least be entertaining. Board games or board meetings, I can mind shift like that.
I find my own happiness in just about anything I am experiencing, including things that are unpleasant. Take for example the raccoon that just ate one of my chickens and severely wounded another, sad situation I agree, but now I get to use this crossbow! See, silver lining! [ This happened a few weeks ago, no raccoons have been murdered. Raccoon 1.5 ; me 0 ]
Here is a list of positive attributes I possess: charisma, charm, cuteness, intelligence, fascination, and probably one of the most reasonable people you could ever meet. Don't take my word for it though, you can find out for yourself.
For those of you who care, ENFP. I have no idea what that means or what you would do with it, but there you go.
Ok, fine! It's not true! but I have a lot of great things to offer. I'm told I have "the look" that makes hearts flip upside down, I've never seen it myself, but thats the word on the street. I can change a tire, take out the trash, balance the books, feel bad ass when I use power tools, cook, clean, garden, study, go to work, be a mom, be silly or sophisticated whichever the moment requires, look cutebeautiful&sexy all at once. I have other talents but why pull out all my tricks now? (Ok just one thing -Foot rub skills)
I drop the 't' sound with some words ending in t. More like a glottal stop but definitely no distinct 't'
don't won't can't shouldn't etc.
tart and all words which rhyme with it
However words that end in 'st' get the t sound: most, toast
Could be a deal breaker.
I'm 5'9 barefoot so if you're tall you won't break your back trying to kiss me, that has to be worth something.
I'm totally kidding about being a retired millionaire.
I'm actually a bazillionaire!
I love life -- and laughing out loud, and camping and hiking and photography and art and food and dancing, and having a good time, you know, all those things that make me a complete Portland automaton. Yes I said it!
Did someone just say organic beer and live band in one sentence? Like OMG! I totally love that!
I'm just like everyone else here in the PNW, unless you really think these are unique qualities…. then I'm super awesome!
If we are a good match my personality will come out like sunshine in summer. I have a lot of interests and conversation can be about almost anything.
My energy level, I have found, is really dependent on how I feel about whom I am with and how we play together. Maybe it is a fault of mine that my spirit matches that of the person I am spending time with. Some people bring out the best in me just by being themselves and others have snuffed out my flame. I don't have time in life for people like the latter anymore and I won't try to make it work anymore either. I am a happy, silly, friendly person looking for the same.
I've had one darn interesting life, I'm not kidding and I am grateful for all of it, the good the bad and the ugly. Really, and I love to share the stories just not with everyone.
Show me what you love, talk to me/teach me what you know, take me with you. I have an endless sense of wonder and amazement.
I am typically a serial dater. Dating many people at once makes me feel a little uncomfortable, especially if I have a preference for one, it feels unfair. This dating thing is a balancing act and I really am not fond of it. Hearts are bound to rejoice and be broken, including my own.
What the heck is this Oxford comma I keep reading about, and why is it so special? Explanations?
Best answer so far:
An Oxford comma is a device for starting discussions, arguments, and once, back in 1978, an actual knife fight in a phone booth (no one died) between people who refuse to accept the concept of "first world problems."
I copied that from Merriam-Webster. Troof.
Daniel R. Smith