I like improve myself and learn new skills. Do you want to try something new? I'll be right there with you learning it.
Not sure what I'm going to do after graduate school; trying the post-doc/eventual-possible-faculty route isn't out of the question but I might try going into biotech industry. I'm trying to pick up computational skills to complement my wetlab skills and make myself more attractive to employers in research.
I haven't had a chance to play in years, but I love lacrosse. It's not the greatest game to watch, but it's a blast to play.
I will brew you a good cup of coffee, though, and I can probably pick out a great beer to go with any meal.
Either that, or my superfly style with a pipetter and nailing the trashcan with a balled up pair of gloves from across the room. I'm a benchtop maniac.
Movies (I'm hoping TV shows count too): Arrested Development, The Office, The Illusionist, Pontypool, Iron Man... I'm sorry; I've enjoyed so many it's difficult to make a comprehensive list. Really, all I ask from a movie is that I enjoy myself. I'm not picky about the movies I like. I also have an ongoing obsession with horror movies, so I'm always down for more of those.
Music: I have a lot of Tom Waits kicking around my library, some more recent alternative rock like Soul Coughing, some of folk stuff like Iron and Wine or Stan Rogers, a little bit of electronic stuff like Passion Pit. Lots of stuff. Lately I've also been dipping into older radio shows to listen to at work. I'm a huge fan of Art Bell, and any old Coast to Coast episodes with him hosting can keep me entertained for hours.
Sunny weather - Sun is happiness :D
A warm place to sleep - I can't stand being cold
A friend to hang out with - even if it's just doing something boring like work or studying, it makes it a lot easier to have other people around
A nice hot drink - Doesn't matter what; water would be fine. There's just something really soothing about a steaming mug right at hand.
My headphones - Good music needs good cans.
My own place in the world. I went to a Quaker high school, and its focus on community involvement and improvement left a pretty big impression on me. Ultimately the way I see my goal in life is that you should leave the world a better place than you found it, and that everyone's unique skills are leverage they can use to create the maximum effect. By honing my skills and dedicating myself to something that can improve lives, I hope to make a difference someday.
Also sometimes I get weird ideas out of the blue, so I spend time sketching them out and writing them down; I'll probably never get around to implementing them, but it's fun to look back at things I've thought up.
Basically, I do whatever I can do to chase off sleep, because sleep is for weeknights. Sometimes that's a movie with friends, sometimes it's games, sometimes it's just reading a book. That's my time to enjoy myself without worrying about something I have to do the next day.