"Who am I?" is a deep psychological and philosophical question and I'm expected to answer, nay, summarize all of that in a little box? Not only that, they expect you to glean enough information to formulate an opinion as to who I am and whether or not you'd like to know me better all based on those things about myself that I've chosen to share in a public forum. Does anyone else find this process a little ridiculous?
I don't know about you, but I refuse to be put into a box.
I might be showing my age here (pfft, showing my age...who am I kidding? It's right at the top of the screen) but I'd like, if I may, to answer the question in the words of Edie Brickell and New Bohemians:
"What I am is what I am..."
(Now, for those of you reading this who were born after 1985, you may need to look the band/song up on YouTube. That's ok, I'll wait...it's worth the effort.)
I realize that I haven't given you very much to go on, but to me this is just a jumping off point. Call me old fashioned, but I still believe that you can't really start to get to know a person without first meeting them in person.
So I'll leave it here... I've done my bit. The ball is in your court, my friend