So, like you, I started out as a baby and many persons declared then and there that I "was as cute as a button." What's with that? Buttons are not cute, they are just buttons and often a choking hazard for babies. Idioms!!!!!! After years of cheek pinching, I starting becoming my own person©. Yay me.
I tend to think of myself as a "social-introvert," meaning that why I have learned to be the social butterfly in life I still prefer the inside of my mind. If you could see all the cool stuff that I have collected in here over the years, you would like it too.
But you do have to get out and enjoy this big ol world too.
When it comes to fun, I enjoy most sports that are really just between a person and nature. Football? NOOOOooope. Surfing? Yes. If a sport offers a zen moment where you feel like you are the only person in the universe, if only for a second, then it's up my alley.
Right now that comes from kiteboarding, which is the most fun you can have in the water with cloths on, hands down.
I also enjoy an Xbox.
My brain works in funny ways, often jumping from random tangents and tracks like it was a drunken Amtrak engineer; this is evidenced by my over reliance and frequent misuse of and on commas. I dunno, it's just weird. As a side effect I am really good at "8 Steps to Kevin Bacon."
I am a bit of a political and news junkie. Not really partisan but, I greatly enjoying trying to understand how the world really works.
But my most favoritist, bestest, most supercalifragilisticexpialidociousist love is Comedy. Doing open mics is one of the few times I can let the contents of my head out in public, often to the sound of bemused chuckles.
According to my friends, I am really tall and fairly good looking. But that is just hearsay. I consider myself to be cultured, well spoken, and doing very well in my life on the professional side.
I also was an American Hero fighting for freedom for a number of years... Some girls dig that whole "Knight in Shining Armor" shtick.