Occasionally I can be struck with a strong desire to bring a tent and a sleeping bag into a movie theater and live there forever--watching movie after movie and surviving solely on salty popcorn and sweet Red Vines.
If I ever see that travel bug that bit me a few years ago I'm going to shake its tiny little bug leg and thank it profusely. And then I'll ask it why plane tickets have to be so expensive. If you're planning on taking a trip to anywhere in Europe (particularly Sweden, England, Iceland, France, Germany, or Lithuania) in the near future, then would you mind letting me stow away in one of your suitcases? I promise I won't make a peep and get us into trouble.
If left to my own devices, I would probably become a crazy cat lady. However, I'm confident I can restrain myself. One cat in my near future should be more than enough to make my world a fluffier place.
I listen to podcasts like it's the cure for death. The drawback is that I now think Chris Hardwick and me are best friends.
I believe wholeheartedly in the Oxford comma and will discuss, at length, why using it is one of the best things a person could do with their life.
If I could sing along to a lot of the music I listen to, then you would hear me making a lot of guitar/cello/noises-made-with-a-computer sounds. Which is really more entertaining for everyone anyway.
I wish that it were legal to marry any of the shows on the BBC or AMC channel. I'd make a great husband to Mad Men or Breaking Bad or Doctor Who. Who am I kidding? I'd marry all of them.
The technology to allow people to go the rest of their lives without ever having to sleep again needs to be invented. That way I could finally read all of the many books I have piled up on my bookshelves.
I’m a vegan. I don't have vegan superpowers, unfortunately, but I'm working on it. I love animals and I try to make that a visible point in my life. It colors who I am and who I'm going to end up being (whoever that is...). I'll share my feelings about it with anyone who wants to learn more.
It would be lovely to be silly with someone.
I want to make a difference, even if it's only a small one in a single person's life (although making a big difference would be all right, too).