*Not one of those girls that take pictures of myself while nomming on a cord, or holding discs the damaging way. The kind of girl that can live off of tea all day grinding out the last couple levels, and saying she hates that game (just in exhaustion) once she returns to reality.
I'm a singer. I sing. Always have. Always do. Always will. I like to think I'm fairly good at it as well. My friends support that theory. Literally, any situation, I will be singing or humming or tapping. I play the guitar as well.
I love math. So much to the point that I have a favorite term/equation. (Fibonacci Sequence!)
I'm an artist. I suppose I could call myself that, though all I ever really do is sketch, a painting is thrown in every once in a while. Going to apply this to tattooing. :)
I love cars. I love working on them, learning about them, driving them.
Finally, I'm pretty crafty. Not in the way that I'll be knitting you doilies, I make bracelets and origami creations in my off time, and toy around with other patterns.
About me as a person; I am a pretty fantastic human being if I do say so. I've made mistakes, I've had bad things happen but I've learned and grown from them. I'm self-sacrificing, and I give my all in relationships and friendships. I just want that to be reciprocated. I'm fairly cheery, I love to laugh and make others laugh. I'm polite (though I can swear like a sailor), but I can go from being a whirlwind of crazy energetic entertainment to a respectful and respectable young lady. As in, I know when I need to be mature.
In a relationship, I just want to be happy. That's really it. I want to give my all, commitment, trust and love to someone and get that in return. I'm good with long-term, and I like to think of the future. I'm determined to make a good yet simple life for myself and whoever I may end up with.
Professionally; I want to be a tattoo artist. Bet that's a shocker after all of that sentimental stuff up there. I love art and I have a tattoo myself, and I love when tattoos have meaning. I believe it makes something that much more intense and beautiful if you're willing to put it in picture (or word) form on your own body, and that it portrays something about you that couldn't be shown any other way. Your body IS a temple. Make it as beautiful as you see fit, whether you mark it with fantastic scrolls or murals, or if you leave it unmarred and let its simplistic beauty glow.
I also want to minor in computer programming. I taught myself HTML, CSS, and BBCode before I hit 8th grade. :P