See, you're even bored with all this reading.
I am a dull person who prefers to stay at home and read, though my home is constantly relocated, in a small wooden cabin in central Texas, in Aztec Ruins of upstate New York, in a tent while camping in Yosemite in Northern California and in three grungy, dusty apartments in three different parts of the city-state of Beijing, China.
I am rather stupid in that I don't yet know what I want to do with life. In attempting to find myself, I have worked as a research assistant deciphering classical and modern Chinese texts, taught English and simultaneous translation in Beijing, planned out a resource room and wrote extra curricular history for Oakland Museum, been a tour guide in San Francisco and as a party DJ in NYC. I'm now more lost as to my direction than ever before.
I prefer to be a follower always. With authority comes greater responsibility, and frankly, I'm rather lazy. I follow what is true in my own heart, and because of my actions, people often follow my lead at work and during recreational activities (I leave this to your imagination).
I'm lazy, and so I want to do everything right the first time, to perfection and not have to worry about it again. This causes perfectionism, and because of jobs well done, people seem to ask my lazy a$$ to do more work.
I have low self-confidence, I look into the eyes of everyone I speak to, at times causing them to fear and shrink back; I talk softly until I can find a big stick, I feel comfortable with large crowds and small, old and young. I love to learn from them, about them, what makes them tick, and what will make them break.
Above all, I'm never alone, but always lonely.
I am shrewd, humorous, and professional