I love three basic things:
Teaching: I feel that knowledge is the most important thing in any life, something that should be shared as much as possible for the benefit of everyone. To this end, I tell everyone as much as I can to try and help them out, though sometimes the information isn't welcome.
Organizing: One of my basic drives is order from chaos. To make something new is, to put it simply (and with lots of modesty), easy for me. I'd rather take something created by another, where I have to understand their thought process and mechanisms, and make it my own, improving and expanding it in the process.
Laughing: I believe life is one huge joke--the timing is just off. Laughter, and that which causes it, is too elusive in the world, so I try to bring it to others as much as I can (often at my own expense, but that's a small price to me if it means a smile on someone else).
I'm looking for someone who will be a fellow suburban adventurer as we go through life. Alone, I tend to stay in a tight shell, hissing at that which is social or new to me. With another, be it a friend or more, my shell crumbles and I seek new challenges in life, knowing I will always have someone there to take my hand and help me back up if I fall down. Think of all we could explore together: shops!; zoos!; abandoned buildings potentially filled with hobos!; Mars! (hey, who says we can't build a rocket together?)
(A cat is fine too.)
(Apologies about the photos, I'm afraid I'm not often in situations where a camera is present, and I absolutely hate professional photos. HATE.)