I'm enjoying life quite a bit right now. Everything's just fine. I try to basically be a good person, and I think I do pretty well at it. I try to be nice to the people around me, even striking up a conversation with a stranger every now and then because hey, even if you don't know someone it never hurts to make their day a little bit better, especially with all the drama and bullshit life can throw at you. The same goes for the people I know and care about. I value the time I get to spend with good friends very highly, and their happiness is important to me. I have a good relationship with my family as well, both immediate and extended. They've always been supportive to me, and they're also fun to be around. However, as nice as they are, I don't think I'd want to live at home, or with a roommate, ever again. I quite enjoy the independence of living on my own.
I've never been one of those "work hard, play hard" type of people. I prefer a more laid-back and chill lifestyle. Still, if I do nothing productive all day, I feel bad at the end of it. Because of this, I always try to fill the hours with something outside of work, whether it's hanging out with friends, or just catching up on shows/movies/games/etc.
So it doesn't end up being an unwelcome surprise for anyone, some of my interests could be described as geeky. I watch Anime, and I play Video Games, Board Games, and Tabletop RPGs. Dungeons and Dragons, yes, but my friends and I try to branch out as well, into games like Shadowrun, Deadlands, and my personal favorite, World of Darkness. I like to write horror stories, so it's a good outlet. "How long are you going to keep watching that stuff?" "How long are you going to keep playing those games?" As long as it's fun, and right now it is. Not your thing? No worries, I'll never bring it up, except maybe in the brief context of "that's what I did this weekend".
I also like going to the movies (because even if it's bad, you can still have a good time riffing on it with friends), going to rock concerts, going to live comedy shows, Sampling new beers, liquors and cocktails (It's become something of a hobby lately, out at bars or back at the apartment with friends), and writing horror stories, among other things.
That's probably enough for now. Want to know more? Go ahead and ask.