In other words, I am still developing a satisfactory description of myself. It is never easy to portray yourself on paper, somehow it never sounds quite right. The language tends to be too stiff, formal, lackluster... Kind of like writing a resume for a potential job interview. So if you're still curious to learn whatever random facts sprouted to mind first about me then read on! Or message me to start a conversation, whichever strikes your fancy.
A few random facts: I am a sucker for a good story. In fact, I love stories in all forms, from print to visual media. I have an extensive list of favorites including classics like Shakespeare and Milton, YA like the Harry Potter and the Hunger Games series, and others such as Frankenstein, Lord of the Rings, and 1984. The list goes on and on. It's a constant disappointment for me to lack the talent these writers have in strides! Oh well, some are meant to create, others to appreciate, enjoy, and critique.
Some other random facts about me: According to Internet tests, I identify as an INJF. I'm one of those introverts that enjoys hanging out with certain people on certain occasions. However, I'm happy to occasionally shut out the world, except for a select few, and watch Netflix, or read on my own.
Even though I prefer cuddling up with a cup of coffee, or tea, reading a novel, or watching television, I do enjoy the outdoors; to an extent. I'm not a survivalist by any stretch of the imagination. For example, if you dropped me off in the middle of nowhere, with no resources, cell phone, or experienced camping buddy, I would not survive. Still, I am always up for trying something new and outside my comfort zone -- provided I have someone to share the experience.
On another note, I'm a baseball fan and enjoy watching other various sporting games. Although, I'm not loyal to any specific teams (except the Phillies). I'll watch any game so long as I'm with the right person or group. It's more fun that way!
Let's see what else. I do my best to stay active and eat healthy, but I indulge once in a while. Recently, I completed the 5k Color Run, which was my first official marathon. I can not wait until the next one!
If, after reading my ramblings, you think we may get along, then send me a message. I'll talk to you soon.
P.S. I have been told that my account doesn't log me out properly, so it looks like I'm online even when I'm not. I promise I'll respond to your message as soon as I am actually online.
I'm decent at bowling and mini-golf.
Really good at analyzing literature and editing other people's papers.
Not completely sure what people think when they met me for the first time. In the past, friends told me when they first met me I came off as extremely shy and reserved. While I still maintain that quiet exterior, once I get comfortable with people, my eccentric energetic side bursts out of me.
Current obsession: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Old favorites: Pride and Prejudice, Lord of the Rings, 1984, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Stargirl, Harry Potter, and Merchant of Venice.
Current obession: Hunger Games series.
Old favorites: LOTR, Dark Knight, P.S. I Love You, Die Hard, Princess Bride, and most of Mel Brooks' movies.
Current obession:Sherlock (BBC),
Old favorites: Psych, Supernatutal, Bones, How I Met Your Mother, White Collar, Doctor Who, Big Bang Theory, etc.
On my to watch list: Breaking Bad
Music: Depends on my mood. Really like Classic Rock, Alternative Rock, Skillet, Imagine Dragons, and many others. I'm not loyal to any bands or singers, I like what I like based on what I hear and how I feel.
Current obession: Florence and the Machine
Food: I try to eat healthy, but I also enjoy almost anything. I especially like trying ethnic foods and experimenting with different flavors.
Not necessarily in that order.
The typical "where will I be in five years?" question plagues me from time to time.
...You are content to either stay in and watch television, or out go and get creative.
...you like sports, especially baseball.
... You are interested in meeting new people to hang out with as friends.
"Friendship is born at that moment when one man says to another: "What! You too? I thought that no one but myself . . .""
- C. S. Lewis