I love to cook, read,watch crummy tv, and work on projects around the house. I am fairly certain that I can fix just about anything. Unfortunately that's not always true, which leads to the occasional disaster (learning experience). I enjoy spending down time at home and am never bored. I have an endless "to do" list. I'm a morning person who works a lot of nights. I still can't make myself sleep in (insert big ol' yawn here).
I get excited about old houses with peeling paint, rainstorms, and spring bulbs peeking pale leaves through a cold winter mud. I notice small changes and details that others miss, like moss seeping, stretching, and unfurling out of sidewalk cracks and sewer drains that no one looks at. Scratches on antique furniture make me smile. The same applies to people. It's our experiences (both good and bad) that make us who we are. This interests me quite a bit. I'm not impressed with a perfectly polished surface. . . That being said, this is not an invitation to dump all your baggage and damage on me. That's not what I'm here for.
I like to say no and enjoy telling you that you're wrong when you are. If you end up being right, after all, I will graciously apologize. But, be warned. . . It won't happen again. I'll do my research before opening my big mouth a second time.
I can be a bit intense. There's that question on here about whether you are carefree or intense. . . I initially answered "carefree," but then quickly realized that I needed to put the cuckoo back in the clock. I'm intense. That's all there is to it.
I'm an INFJ. I'm kind of proud of that, though I'm not exactly sure why.