I love my job (Software Engineer), it's a very good job and I am lucky to have it, although I have certainly earned it. However, I do not live to work, I work to live.
I am easily amused, and almost impossible to offend. I try to have a good time in all situations and usually do. I am a total smart-ass, but never malicious. I constantly make jokes and my jovial banter typically puts people at ease.
What do I do in my free time? I'm glad you asked. In the winter I play racquetball 3 times a week and go to the gym 4 or 5 times a week, also I read quite a bit, I love books. I'm trying to form a broom-ball team at work this year, it should be fun. In the summer I run most days and I love mountain biking, but any biking is great. I like to be outside in the summer as much as possible even if it's a hundred degrees. I have a dog and taking her to the dog park or on any walks are mandatory (her rules not mine). A hundred pound German Shepard can be quite demanding. You can't argue with man's best friend, nor should you. I am also just about to get a little boxer puppy in January, I am so excited!
I love playing sports but not watching, I don't want to sit on the couch and yell at the TV, I want to play too. I like games of all kinds.
Um, what else...
There are quite a few things I like to do, I won't bore you with a list, you'll actually have to get to know me to find out. I suppose I like the same types of things in general as most people; hanging with my family, having a beer with the boys, traveling, who doesn't like traveling? I really need to get to Europe soon, but I need a traveling companion, I would like to try a Guinness in a real Irish pub.
I have so many hobbies and interests I can hardly keep track of them. I am always interested in doing new things. I regularly embrace change. The world is my oyster and with a little cocktail sauce I think I can choke it down.
I have the feeling that I could write about myself for days, yet still I don't think I can express myself very well in this medium. This really does not let you know me. To know someone is to interact with them.