I spend a lot of time on the internet for my roleplaying and I have a large network of friends who I talk to on-line regularily. I go to NorWesCon, and Comic Con in San Diego every year. I'm still looking for my place in the normal fabric of things at the local conventions.
My perfect match is someone who I can talk to. I know that must be said on almost every profile out there but I really mean it. I want someone who will like, or at least not mind, when I geek out over things. I can get very excited about all sorts of different things and I find a lot of connections in strange places between things. I have a lot of quirks and I don't pretend that I'll find someone who thinks they're all adorable or cute or desireable. I do want someone who has quirks of their own as well as an opinion on the things happening in the world.
I like trying new things. I have been to known to have crazy ideas from time to time. I am always looking for someone to go out on adventures with me. If something catches my eye, I will drop everything to go do it. As an example, I went to a concert at the Gorge the night before my graduation from college. My best friend and I got back home at 6:30 in the morning, after driving all night and we needed to be in line, in the robes to march in at 7:30. I believe that if you truly want to do something, there shouldn't be anything to stop you from doing it. What's the point of looking back and having regrets about what you haven't done, what you didn't make time for, what you didn't allow yourself to do?
I'm a Navy brat, which has fostered my love of travel. Moving every two to three years makes for an interesting time of growing up but it also instills you with a vicious travel bug. So when I say my hometown is Seattle, I'm really lying. I don't have a hometown, I just have a place I've been the most. In my case, I'm lucky enough that it happens to be a place I've completely fallen in love with. I've now been in the area for long enough that I've started to consider this place /my/ place and really don't want to leave it. I love the weather and the scenery here. There is a lot of history here in Seattle that goes missed, things that people don't know about this place and it is a shame. I want someone to go with me to Bruce Lee's grave in the rain and to take long walks through the neighborhoods, looking at buildings.
The best way to get to know me, is to talk to me. Write me an e-mail. Ask me out to coffee. I don't bite unless asked. I hate these summary things. I have a Livejournal at lithera.livejournal.com.
I am empathetic, eclectic, and open