One of my oldest friends and I have a blog where she illustrates my crappy high-school poetry and the best/worst of my Facebook status updates.
I'm down for adventure, and love to travel (though I don't get to do enough of it) (the last place I went was DC last year, unless you count my trip to Schnucks today for club soda).
Right now I'm reading for school and work, so there isn't much fun going on. At the moment I'm reading some poetry for my 9th- and 12th-graders, Julius Caesar for my 10th-graders, The Picture of Dorian Gray for one of my own classes and a bunch of essays about Britain's self-consciousness about being an island and how that figures into John Dryden's Restoration adaptation of The Tempest and his treatment of the Irish question for another class. I live on the edge, you guys.
Lately the only shows I like to watch are on Netflix, and I watch them all and then they're over till the next season and then I'm sad.
I love to run, but I'm straight-up terrible at it. I am by far the slowest runner of all time. If you could somehow set up a race where you monitored everyone to make sure they were putting forth maximum effort but the slowest person would win... this lady, right here.