I dream of living my life in the country as self-sustained as possible; in my own little bubble, away from the evils of the world. I also grew up in very similar surroundings, so they are not at all abstract to me. That said, I'm heavy user of the Internet and maintain almost all my social contacts via Internet, so I'm not exactly a cave-person either. Or at least my cave has a computer.
I have a lot of dreams and it saddens me, when I know that there's just no way I can make them all come true in this life. It's hard for me to focus on one thing and reach for it, when there's so many things I'd like to do. This have gotten easier with age though - I feel like I've learned to enjoy the ride little more. And I might add, that getting older definitely means getting wiser. ;)
I am bisexual, though maybe pan-sexual seems more accurate. So gender doesn't matter to me at all, it's the personality and appearance I am attracted to. Also, I don't feel like a woman so much as I feel like a human being; I'm just a person living in a woman's body.
In the past I have been in both kind of relationships; poly- and monogamous, and they are both fine to me, if everything else clicks ..I consider a relationship to be "monogamous" if it is agreed that my primary partner is the only one in his/ her gender whom I am in a relationship with. Hmm.. ..So, okay, well.. It would seem that I am poly-amorous after all. Just that the rules vary. I can't see myself in a 100% monogamous relationship anymore, ever. I have never really understood the "owning"-part. Jealousy on the other hand I do understand. ;)
When I'm in a relationship, I give everything to that relationship and it's obvious to me that the other one can trust me, no matter what. And of course the other way around. Life has thrown some good strikes to cut this feature off of me, but so far I have managed to keep it. I don't want to live in a world without trust and respect, so I choose to practice them myself. I hate drama, and I try my best to keep away from it. It's curious to watch sometimes, but to attend to it.. Really do hate it. It doesn't mean that I don't care about the people involved, I just necessarily don't care about their "problems". :P
I listen to all kinds of music, but heavy metal just pushes all the important buttons in me; especially folk-metal nowadays. I also like old heavy from the 80's, but it's very hard to describe one's taste in music when I shamelessly and without any hesitation can first listen to some Norwegian black metal from the 90's and the next moment I'm singing along with Lady Gaga or chilling with reggae.. So genre doesn't matter as long as it hits me.
I don't eat red meat, haven't eaten since 1998. At first I didn't eat any meat at all, but now I eat fish, poultry and game. In ideal world I would eat only game and fish (and possibly my own cattle) which I would have caught myself. Well, I'll be happy if someday that is even partly the case. :) Generally I try to make ecological choices in everything. And of course ethical, but (surprisingly?) often ecological choices conflicts with ethical choices. :S All and all, I'm not really a good consumer. Not the worst either, but you know. I have a drop or two of a hoarders blood..
Paganism is a very important part of me and my every day life. It's so big and complex issue, that I don't want to begin to explain it here - I don't know if I even could explain it - but I could be happy to discuss about it privately. Also, paganism is a very broad concept, so what does it really tell about a person? Not a lot; mainly images - partly correct ones and partly not. I feel like I have found my spiritual side, and still continuing to find it. Someone calls it growth, someone else calls it slowly going bananas. I dunno if there really is a difference anyway, and who would be the judge of that, if not ourselves.
My humor is very dark, dry, sarcastic and black. I may sound even offensive and hating, which I'm totally not, and people who know me, know this for a fact. On the other hand my humor can be silly, simple and I see the fun side in most things. Or at least the interesting side.