Well, I am a homeowner, so who says I'm afraid of commitment? The extra space is making me feel a little more alone than I used to feel in my little apartment though. And with all the decisions I need to make now, it is painfully clear that I need a female voice in my life. And figuring out how to accessorize my house on my own? That ain't happening.
Now, my disclaimer...somewhere along the way, I discovered the show Dexter, and came to the unavoidable conclusion that I am a bit like him, minus the baby and the serial killing. I tend to be a spectator in my own life, not necessarily connecting with anything. I live in my head, thinking far more than I say. I come across as normal enough, and get along well with everyone because I am extremely agreeable, but I feel like I'm a loner at heart. I've been on my own long enough that it is hard for me to let anyone or anything in. But having said that, wanna go out? :)
Okay, other stuff: grew up in LA, went to Berkeley for college, have a Psychology degree, work at your favorite TV station, previously lived in New York and thought it was awesome 95% of the time. I love watching movies and television, listening to music, and I am a big sports fan (hockey, baseball, football, basketball), I love animals (including my trouble-making feline twosome), I am nice but shy, quiet, introverted, laid-back, mellow, calm, sometimes grumpy, and I love all types of food but have a blazing hot hatred of mushrooms. Don't even like looking at them. Yuck.