The thing about me is that I love people. I mean...really. They fascinate me, the structures of different societies, how people communicate (or lack of) with each other, they are all brought together...on one planet. Such...diversity, and I find it all absolutely fascinating.
I've decided to take the path of Funeral Service. I say "path" because I believe that being a mortician is not a career, it's a lifestyle. It's how I'm going to live, and the eventual goal would be to get into a relationship with someone perhaps going down the same path as I am, because I know it would be hard living with a Mortician otherwise. That'd be for you and I to talk about though. :) definitely not close minded about it.
Why Mortuary Science you may ask? Well... here me out. I've lost alot of people in my life, its almost creepy, and I have felt true pain. A lover dying in my arms, something I didn't take to lightly. Few of you know of the pain of which I am speaking of, and I would not wish it not upon my worst of enemies. I have a story, ask me about it if you wish to take the time to get to know me. Anyways...because of the severe loss in my life, I decided several years ago that I didn't want another person to have to go through that pain alone if they didn't have to. So I decided to go into Mortuary Science because...I believe I can still help the living. The suffering. It sounds odd...but sometimes all a mourning person needs is reassurance and proof (which is me) that all pain eases, and life finds a way to carry on, with or without permission. The sun will always rise.
I love, love, love science.
Which means I am a woman of science, not religion.
I love talking to intelligent people.
Someone who knows how to carry on a conversation about the big questions.
Like...who would win in an epic battle...an astronaut or a caveman?
But in all honesty...at the moment, I'm looking to focus on college. Study. Work hard. So I really don't want to date anyone at the moment. I'd like friends, mainly. If the opportunity of a decent relationship presents itself, I may take it though. :)
So go ahead, blow me away.
I'm tired of talking to shallow minded folks. I like people who spark my imagination, and doesn't mind me sparking theirs up as well.
I like to think, and talk, about the big questions in life. I love doing research, even if its just for my own benefit. I want to know how the world works. What makes things tick. And how to uncover the answers.
And I'm not afraid of the answers given.
I absolutely adore and admire Stephen Hawking.
And Joss Whedon.
I love redheads, but I'm not picky on looks.
I don't care about gender. Though to be honest, I do love my ladies quite a bit, and I hand out compliments probably more than you do.
Alyson Hannigan...if your happening to go by my profile...my phone-number awaits you!!
I figured I should also mention my three pets in here, first and foremost...my lady Arwen, the feline. She's saved my life twice, wakes me up from bad dreams, and puts me back to sleep with a purr-ty lullaby. <3
Then we have Gimli, the betta fish, whom is obviously Arwen's sidekick.
And the newest addition to our family, Norbert. He's a Pinktoe (Avic Avic) Tarantula, and he's been an absolute pleasure thus far. Feeding him is rather fascinating.
I love nature, I'm almost always outside doing something. I love studying things in their natural habitat. I think it's something that needs to be in your blood, the appreciation for animals, nature, insects, fungi, and the thrill in your veins when your going through another hike. It's not about the view at top of the mountain, or even the accomplished rush you get, the exercise is great, but no. it's all about the hike up. :) The journey along the way.
So yes, I'm a nature hippie.
I help turtles cross the road.
I kiss the trees.
I'm in love with Great Blue Herons.
Cicadas are my favorite insect.
I respect all life, both enormous and microscopic.
And because of this, I fear nothing.
I'm curious about the world, and I'm curious about you too. :)
Now stop reading this and message me!!
It's a command!
May the Force be with you all.