The best way to summarize a person is to talk to them for long periods of time and just get out as much of their story as you can out of them. Once you get as much as you can out only then can you analyze the parts that you remember and finally you have a summary of that person.
I love to talk to myself. No I'm not crazy it is just often nice to reason out loud. Plus currently for like another two weeks I'm living all alone.
I have a broad variety of interests. I love staying active whether that means going on hikes or waking up early to squeeze in a spin class before work or even just walking around the block in the evenings. I used to dance a few years back - I did all types of social dances: West Coast Swing, Cha Cha Chat, Rumba, Samba, Nightclub-2- Step, as well as artistically grooving to the music. I love to read classic literature, any sci fi reads concerning possible futuristic dystopias, an occasional romance novel which serves as my comedic relief, and poetry from both the greats and blossoming writers. I have a queue of about 200 movies on netflix with the whole range of cinematography represented there- although I have a interest in quite a few popular movies the ones that really inspire me the most are either the low budget movies made about topics I can easily relate to or the sundance films. But my queue has documentaries, chick flicks, action, drama pretty much the whole range of things.