I moved to Portland in the summer of 2012 from half-way across the country, and it has been the best thing I have ever done. I love it here. Sadly I haven't done as much exploring as I would like to. If you're a native Oregonian maybe you could suggest some places, or even like to go exploring together?
I'm very patient and cool-headed. It takes a lot to rile me up. That doesn't mean I'm lazy or a push-over, I just tend to take the tortoise approach to life rather than the hare.
I will take any excuse I can to get in the kitchen and cook. Friends getting together, birthdays, potlucks at work... I love baking cakes and cookies especially. New-York-style cheesecake is my specialty
I'm a self-described geek with a little nerd and dork thrown in for flavor and I'm hoping to find the same. I'm looking for a girl who can appreciate my love for all things science fiction and fantasy.
Bonus points if you play any sort of roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons or Pathfinder, or are at least open to trying said games.
As for Movies I enjoy a wide variety, but my favorites include: Boondock Saints, Moulin Rouge, Labyrinth, Legend, The Dark Crystal, Princess Bride, History of the World pt. 1, The Three Musketeers (Disney, 1993), Repo: The Genetic Opera, Anything Kung-fu theater (the older and cheesier the better), Serenity, Sanjuro, Yojimbo, and The Avengers.
For TV Shows: Firefly, Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, Ranma 1/2, Rorouni Kenshin, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Full Metal Alchemist, Eureka, Sherlock, Top Gear (BBC), Whose Line is it Anyways (Sooo excited for the new show coming out this summer), MacGyver, Knight Rider, Dexter, Powerpuff Girls (Yes, the Powerpuff Girls), and How it's Made.
For Music, Anything that I can understand the words to and doesn't preach messages of hate. Some of my favorite artists are: Celtic Woman, Evanescence, Loreena McKennitt, and Linkin Park.
Food: Yes, please.
My dog. She's an amazingly sweet girl.
My computer. It's how I keep in touch with friends from around the world.