Lifelong dabbler. I like to think this makes me a "renaissance woman" rather than a "person with commitment issues."
I love to travel- preferably road trip style if not abroad. I love desolate places, abandoned buildings, ghost towns, etc. I once drove solo down the entirety of old Route 66, and it was awesome. If you don't care for antique malls, neon lights, shag carpeting, and 60's-70's decor, you'll probably find my sense of aesthetics absolutely appalling.
I would love to learn glass sculpture, welding, woodworking, taxidermy, and engine repair. I'm trying to teach myself to be a home mechanic, and it's going swimmingly. Mechanical and logical systems make sense to me, but for some reasons computers and I have never gotten along. It's not that I don't like them, but I think they don't like me. I'm a big fan of trivia nights, but have not been fortunate enough to live near a place that hosts one (yay for moving to Austin!) Mostly I just do stuff outside. I could hike forever, and am in the process of getting bike-fit. I learned to ski a couple years ago and hope to live near regular snow again within a few years.