I'm a compassionate teacher-to-be, four months away from receiving my certification in 5-12 English. I'm a lover of kids with a small, fractured family back home, one I love but would love to be able to make more complete.
I enjoy the typical things: coffee, hiking, the gym, wine and drinks, video games; I also have some more mundane interests, like programming, people-watching, and spending money on Amazon and Newegg.
If I had a shard of glass, I'd take that shard and draw my deepest, darkest secrets in the snow. I'd write out my fears, my dislikes, my worries. I'd make a montage of emotions and memories, digging deeper and deeper into the snow to create mountains and valleys, highs and lows of the past 25 years. I'd sharpen that smoothing shard until I would be able to create every detail with precision. Finally, when I'm finished, and before anybody could see, I'd call the sun and have it melt the snow away.
I hate the winter.
I like doing things, and I also like, you know, not. I'm an introverted extrovert; I like being around people but also have a very low limit for how much I can take before I need my own space. That's something that's pretty important to me, I guess. Space. I'm not a partier - I don't like clubs, I don't enjoy hosting house parties. I do like to mingle though - give me a few drinks at a house party (hint: not one that I'm hosting) and I enjoy myself immensely and am quick to make friends.
I'm a feminist, a humanist, a liberal and a conservative, a dishwasher to an overseer; I talk to security guards and cafeteria ladies and get to know them, just as much as I talk to those up high in administrative positions, and I appreciate them just as much. I don't agree with that OKCupid question, "should people with lower IQs be allowed to reproduce?" because I've seen so many good people with low IQs in the world, and I've seen a lot of horrible, low IQ'd people reproduce and create these kids who strive to be better than their parents, as in fact, most of us try to do anyway.
I believe in the good in people. I don't put a lot of weight on material possessions. I fear those who follow without question, who obey for no other reason than "I told you so."
Aight, so this is just a random ass summary to overwrite the old one. Want to know anything more? Ask!
PS - I used to put a lot of weight into those OKCupid scoring questions. The thing about those is that when you answer them 10 years ago, and you revisit them to compare them to others' answers, you see that you change your answers, because 10-years-ago-you answered things differently than how you feel today. So, if you're a person who puts a lot of weight into those questions, especially certain types of questions, don't. Just ask :)