I believe that science and spirituality aren't as separate as they sometimes appear, and I like to ponder both sides of that coin, often wishing spirituality was as obvious as science.
When I get together with friends, I prefer quieter environments were we can strike up a good conversation. Though I do enjoy a good concert, movie or show as well, especially if there's opportunity afterward to talk. Road trips are one of my favorite ways to spend a weekend, there are so many unique and amazing things to see along the back roads and highways.
I also like to cook, but not follow recipes. I tend to create things from scratch, using a recipe only as a rough guide. I draw my cooking inspiration from shows like Good Eats, Frugal Gourmet, Iron Chef and a lot more.
Along with occasional weekend road trips, my friends and I find ourselves exploring abandoned buildings, camping or just exploring the local parks. Other times we may just stay in and rent a movie, or play games. I like a mix of adventure and relaxing weekends, too much of either and life just seems out of balance.
People with unusual brains and perceptions of the world I get along with very well. I prefer those with their own ways of looking at and understanding the world. My own is ADD, so I tend to see the world from a different perspective, focusing on the overall patterns and flows of a situation more than the minute details.
I have a great love for all animals, most particularly cats, whom I seem to have a natural way of interacting with. I have lived with cats all my life, and a home just doesn't feel complete without a couple 4 footed critters running around. Currently I have two cats, a cat from a shelter, and one who's owners abandoned him on he street. They're stuck with me for life, they're part of my family.