I finished college two years ago, where I studied Human Communications. I'm still working on what exactly I am doing with that. I am random, spontaneous, love to cuddle, go outdoors to camp and hike or just have a picnic. I also love to travel, whether it's a short distance or a long plane ride to another country.
I have traveled to Italy, England, France, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Mexico... but I haven't been to Canada (What is up with that?) Going to all these foreign countries was an amazing experience and I hope I get the chance to do it again some day.
As for sports, I'm not a huge "lets sit in front of the tv for 4 hours watching the game" kind of girl, but if you take me to a live game, I'll be more than enthusiastic. I'm a baseball fan. Go Oakland A's!!!! Watching the game of TV doesn't compare to the whole atmosphere of it all in person.
I'm not afraid to be myself around strangers, and that can sometimes work against me in the dating world, but why lie about who I am? I love to sing in my car, the shower, even at work, and yes, karaoke. Singing at work sometimes gets me a few odd looks but who cares?! My group of friends are so diverse, it's actually quite incredible. I have the quiet, demure friend, who always apologizes (I have to tell her that there is nothing to apologize FOR). The mostly quiet friend, but behind those closed lips lie a crazy, wild, party animal. The friend who is loud (strangers sometimes find her obnoxious), who tells it like it is, and is an amazing judge of character. She isn't afraid to call people out on their shit. And then there is me: I'm a more gentle permutation of the last friend. I will tell it like it is, but I'll be nice about it while getting the point across. I can be quiet at times, and others, my party animal emerges. I'm always up for an adventure, even when I'm so tired I can hardly stay on my feet. I'll rally if its for a good time!
I'm a really happy and upbeat person, and it takes a lot to get me down. I'm not sure where all this energy came from, but I think I could power a small town with it. My positive outlook on life is surprising, as I find more and more people my age have become jaded and cynical. I believe it's important to stay positive and optimistic and not to lose that happy innocence we all had at one point. I am by no means naive, though. I understand life is tough. I've had my fair share of life beating m down. But I refer you to my previous statement: that it is so incredibly important to always stay positive, or we may lose ourselves to a world of attitude we can't ever come back from.