Too much and not enough and nowhere in between. I fit no molds and never have. I am interested in bioengineering, sustainability, and robotics. I am interested in public art, composting, and urban gardening. I love giving massages and I make jewelry when I can, mostly from copper and its various alloys. (I just started etching, it is so damn cool! What is even cooler is that you can use the same chemical to reveal the crystal pattern in cast metals as well) I love steampunk and button up vests (my collection has grown rather nicely in the past year). I dance everywhere all the time, especially in line at Chipotle (the guys and gals there love it). I am a fairly physical person (I have done tango, swing (west, east, and lindy), salsa, capoeira, aikido, yoga, taikwando, karate, competitive freestyle mogul skiing) but I don't like the gym ( not sure why, just feels kind of unnatural)
I grew up mostly in Utah (not a Mormon) and Massachusetts, and I used to ski or snowmobile a mile and a half to my car everyday in high school. Gave me a very different idea of what constitutes a difficult commute than most people. I am a nerd and proud of it. I also like to draw. Climbing things is also a lot of fun. I once climbed a wall upside down. I also climbed The Alamo on Astor Place in NYC more than once. I overuse the word 'also'. I once donned ArcAttack's chainmail suit and danced with half a million volt sparks hitting me. That was fun!
I try to be nice to everyone, and am always slow to judge others. Try to have a sense of humor about anything, and when things get too sad or too serious, My first inclination is to inject some absurdity into the situation and lighten the mood.
I have a tendency to break into random accents, especially quasi British ones, sometimes for hours on end. I also have a tendency to unintentionally mimic the accents of the people I am talking to if their accent is strong enough.