Like a lot of you, I hate filling these things out. It's hard to "boil down" all the different traits and facets of my personality into a few quick descriptions. But here goes with the basics:
I'm a father to 3 year old boy/girl twins. They are adorable and make me glad to come home! They are both challenging in their own unique ways, but they continue to amaze me, humble me and teach me a lot about life. I'm very grateful for them both.
I'm a business analyst for a telecomm company. I have world's most "difficult to explain, incredibly dull sounding job." I enjoy the challenge and it's something I'm "good at" I suppose. It's what I do, not who I am. I often find myself longing to chuck it all and do something "more meaningful" for much less money. Kids and insurance needs keep me from such a drastic decision, though (for the time being). I enjoy being good at what I do, professionaly and appreciate advancing in it, but I have zero desire to be a "corporate ladder climber" Not for me at all.
UPDATE: I pulled the trigger on "doing something more meaningful with my life! Next week is my last day at my corporate job as I start grad school to get my Master's in Counseling Psychology!
I don't have a lot of "free time", but when I do, I enjoy reading, baking, photography, going for walks and exploring some place new. I struggle with whether to identify as an introvert or extrovert. I'm definitely not one to be energized by a busy dinner party, but generally don't enjoy loads of alone time. I mostly crave spending one on one time with someone special: having great converations or doing something fun or new together.