I can't say that I've dated a lot of people, but I can say that I've dated a lot of people that were either just jerks or not right for me for someone who has dated as few people as I have. They have all either lied to me, moved away, or were emotionally unstable. I don't think I'm seeking out people who need help getting through a hard time, but that does seem to be what happens. The problem is that I always seem to no longer be part of the equation after... but, enough of that.
I love to read, which is good, since that's pretty much all I ever do for school. Unfortunately, I only ever have time to read what I have to read for school or theology because I'm working on a research project and need to reach my deadlines. I've never understood people in history who "just loved to read everything." I can understand why you would want to do that, since I do, I just don't see how it's possible! I can barely find the time to read what I need to!
I know that everyone says this and that it would be somewhat odd to meet someone who hated traveling, but I love to travel. I probably go on 4-6 trips a semester. Some are only to the lake or to a close-by city and some are to Washington, DC or Chicago or Boston or St. Louis. I love all of those cities so much.
So, yeah, if I don't sound to boring, I'd love to chat!