I also knit occasionally. That's sort of a thing, too.
I'm a cellist in my spare time, which means that it took me until last week to finally move it over from my parents house after moving to my new home in August. Now that I own a piano and have brought about 1/6 of my music over (50 or so pieces, y'all. I had to choose which ones I would carry, I spent hours figuring that out.) I can try to resume my grueling practice schedule of "In the evenings, maybe."
Also, I still need to move my practice mirror, stands, and speakers so I can practice more effectively. This whole playing in a room without those things is getting tiresome.
You can call me "Bi" because I guess it is technically accurate, certainly the most applicable of the options I'm given, but probably a better term is Pansexual. I don't know that it makes a difference to you, but it apparently makes enough of a difference for me to comment on it. Treat that as you will. We could probably have a really long discussion about bi erasure and trans activism if you wanted.
So, for those of you keeping score at home: cis, pansexual male whose choice of activities are not necessarily along gender lines.
Beard's coming back, too. Hubba hubba. My kids at school attribute it to being November. I attribute it to being cold outside. I just like being able to grow my own balaclava.