I'm generally quiet, even-tempered, willing to listen and always
ready for an in-depth conversation on just about anything. I'm big
on respect and honesty. Very big. If I can't respect you or trust
you, that's pretty much the end there.
I'm no good at these things. Any questions? Just ask away.
What I’m doing with my life
Right now, I'm working towards my future. My studies and career
goals matter most to me. I'm working towards a bachelors in nursing
at Rhode Island College, and hopefully going for a masters later
I’m really good at
I won't say I'm the best cook, but sometimes I surprise myself with
how good something comes out, be it a sauce or a batch of cookies.
People have told me I'm good, and apparently like what I cook... so
I'll take it, lol.
I've also been told I'm really good at putting stuff together. I
really enjoy building things, for some reason, and I don't stop
until it gets done. I like how after the fact I'm always tired as
The first things people usually notice about me
People have told me that I seem really serious, but once they start
talking to me, I've been told I'm cool :D.
I have been known to go off on strange debates with close friends
in the midst of new people. The usually regard something involving
the human body, or politics, or ethics.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books? Hunger Games series, A Song of Ice and Fire, World of
Warcraft books, certain classics, uhm... etc? lol
T.V shows are kinda limited. For now it includes Game of Thrones,
Legend of Korra, Suits... and that's it, lol.
Music? Hmm. I tend to base my likes more on the genre than on one
person in particular. Example: Classical, folk,
techno/trance/house/dubstep/drum and bass, some hip hop (depending
who it is, really), and some rock. Again, depends who it is. I'll
listen to almost anything, so long as it sounds good.
My interests include:
- Video games
- Military history and generally learning about things regarding
- Cooking and baking, even though I'm a hit and miss when it comes
to baking. I'm a lot better when it comes to cooking.
- Learning about the human body; everything that makes it work, and
what happens once everything stops (It really is a fascinating
- Writing. I already have my name on one published book, and now
we're working for book #2.
The six things I could never do without
1. My iPod.
2. My water bottle
4. Unlimited texting.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What the future could hold, really. That, and nonsense ideas for
some story, what I'm going to cook a certain day. This and that.
On a typical Friday night I am
At home, screwing around online, or doing something equally chill.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have 32 pieces of metal in my skull from a previous
reconstructive surgery. I AM IRO-... TITANIUM WOMAN.
You should message me if
If you wanna chat, or you have similar interest that you want to
build upon. I'm always up for a chat. :]