I would be educated, moderate, considerate, consistent, and careful. I would have an apartment filled with books and have the drive to always be "working on" something. I would have tended plants artistically placed in my windows and a bernese mountian dog named June or something plain. My friends would be artists, doctors, and backpackers and I would travel with them.
In reality, I'm studying at a college that, for all intensive purposes is a community college but refuses to call itself one. I guess it's been gentrified with the neighborhood. I love transit, street configuration, sidewalks, sidewalk fixtures, bike lanes and street textures, so I'm working toward a program at the UW in the school of built environments. I do have the remains of a collection of plants. Most have died with my move to a north facing apartment that has sweeping views of an alley. You will surely be impressed. My friends aren't doctors or artists who have the means to travel but I do have one friend who I take Zipcar around Lake Washington with so we can eat fast food while driving, screaming "WE'RE SO AMERICAN". Dogs. I wish I had the time for a dog.
I'm just a typical Seattleite:
-I believe in socialism.
-I am polite.
-I have a love hate for Canadians.
(I love them, and hate that I am not one of them)
-I'm unsure of my own thoughts on monogamy.
-I fall hard and fast for men who play lots of musical instruments.