He's a handful, to say the least, and doesn't stop pointing at the fridge until he gets at least three fruit juices going at once. He's diabetic, however, and can't have multiple juice products at all times. So he's basically always pointing at the damned fridge.
Here's a short little memoir I wrote when he lost half of his brain and I was in an airport in Poland. It's not sad, and I'm not a sad person.
Personality wise, I suppose that I am some combination of passionate, playful, curious and serious about my values and life. There are certain people and things that are very important to me, people and things that touch me very deeply or drive me a bit crazy, but I try very hard not too closed minded or humorless about them.
I'm a bit like a shivering child in a sandy bathing suit trying to build a castle that I'm deeply engaged with. I know exactly what all of the little lumps are, where the drawbridge goes down, and I'm really excited about it. My mom keeps yelling at me to pull my bathing suit up, but I'm so engrossed in the enterprise of the castle that I'm not paying any attention to her. Deep down, I know that it's not really a castle, and when the waves eventually destroy it, I'll probably just stick my hand in the resultant mud and squish it around because it feels good. But right now, I am really really excited about building it; and if you want to help me and seem like a nice person, maybe we can work together. Or maybe you are making something of your own that I can find out about and help with. Alternatively, we could just stick our hands in the mud. It feels really nice.
I have a lot of energy for intimate friendships and relationships, love expressing myself creatively to those I care about, and really enjoy it when others are comfortable doing the same. I love music, classical, jazz, and pop. I write and record a lot of music in my spare time, and used to sing in choirs when I was a boy. I love being outdoors in all kinds of weather. I enjoy travel, especially in the middle east.