What I can tell you, is that who I am is not so much the most important topic at hand, but who I am Becoming.
However, that isn't terribly helpful, so allow me to attempt to describe myself for you.
I am introverted around large groups of people, but extroverted in small social situations.
I can be shy and bombastic, worried and relaxed. I'm very punctual and try to be tidy.
I tend to know a little about a lot of things. I'm naturally curious, love reading, and I find myself wikiwalking all over the internet learning (not so) random things.
I have a passion for art and artsy things. I like a wide range of things, including but not limited to knitting and crocheting, beading and jewelry making, glass blowing, paper crafts, ceramics, sculpture, painting, drawing, music, metal work, leather work, embroidery etc etc.
I don't do all those things, but would certainly love to!
I am a bit of a gamer, of both the table top RPG (including D&D 3.5 and WOD) and video game variety. My first video game ever was pokemon red. I dabble in console gaming, xbox and ps2.
I am a reader, writer, and dreamer.
I have a deep interest in spirituality. I find personal connection much more easily in non-Abrahamic religions, such as Buddhism, shinto, paganism, shamanism, druidism, and other such things.
I don't hate Christianity.
I don't know if I believe in ghosts, or the paranormal. I'd like to believe in spirit-guides and animal totems, but still don't know for sure how I feel about it.
Since I don't have a picture up yet, I should let you know, that I'm a bigger girl.
Curvy in all the right places, but I have to go to Lane Bryant to get jeans that fit right.
I've struggled with weight and size, body image and self acceptance for almost as long as I can remember. I'm progressing, though. Changing my relationship with food, and looking for physically active things that I like doing.
I've been walking a lot, and my interest in some weight lifting and core strength has grown.
I enjoy hiking and archery. I've done paintball, and still have my gear, but I'm not sure it's really the sport for me.
I want to learn horseback riding, and maybe some day I'll work up the courage to taking a belly dancing, tai chi or yoga class up at PCC.