I've lived in Rochester since 2009, when I moved here for grad school. I stayed on for another degree, so I'm now working on a Doctorate in music. I spend a great many waking hours (right now, at least) practicing my instruments. Also, I invest a lot of time in taking care of myself as well as possible: working out regularly, sleeping adequately, eating well, etc. Makes life so much more enjoyable.
I'm fortunate to have a strong support network among friends and family. (And some of my best friends are older than my parents.) I really don't know what I would do without them. Life's tough.
One of my favorite attributes in a person is the ability to listen with care and without judgment, and to converse on a variety of "real" subjects—the best questions have no perfect answer, after all. Every relationship is an opportunity to grow.
Favorite activities: performing music, hanging out with friends (and making them Manhattans), bowling, cycling, long walks, cuddling, watching movies.
And by the way, bisexual does not equal polyamorous. I say this for myself, and on behalf of bisexuals everywhere.