I'm not a huge fan of structure. I followed the designated path of life for a while, but I got bored with it. So now I have my own company. It's a lot exciting and a little frightening. The stakes are high, the pace furious. But I sleep better at night than I ever did as a corporate cog.
I love adventures. The best two weeks of my life were my 2007 trip to Japan. It was full of surprises and good friends, like a good adventure should be. I love to find new ways to get around Reston on my bike, and of course, there's my site - which is my biggest adventure yet.
Outdoors, indoors, there's really no way of knowing where to find me. Board games and rock climbing? Reading wikipedia, trading stock, and contemplating the future? That would be a pretty normal day for me - assuming I wasn't working. Which I am, almost every day, in one way or another.
I live the schedule that suits me. I'm more likely to be working at 11PM than 11AM. It's always work time and it's always play time.
I love dogs and hate traffic. I can handle your zany puppy, no matter how zany he/she is. Oh, he/she weighs 100 lbs and comes flying across the room at visitors? No fear, only love.
I am mercurial, scintillating, and analytical
We've had one demo and are hoping for another soon. A "beta launch" will be in the offing in August.
Once the chaos settles down from that, I'm getting a puppy.
books)1984, Portrait of the Artist as A Young Man, and a variety of Sci-Fi and non-fiction
music) My interests are very eclectic, though they tend electronic. So these bands are but a sampling: Alcazar, And One, Angels & Airwaves, Ben Folds,Depeche Mode, DJ Sammy, Ferry Corsten, Stephin Merrit's various groups, Garbage, Pet Shop Boys, Postal Service, Third Eye Blind, U.S.E., and VNV Nation. Like a lot more singles than I do bands.
food)I love red meat, and BERRIES. I can't wait for summer so I can enjoy berries fresh off the bush... mmm.
Ideally, you are much more than your stereotypes. I've read a lot of profiles that seem all like... well, the same. Yes, you are a liberal elite sort of girl, educated at a fine institution, you have done your study abroad or long trip to some distant land, and you champion humanist causes. You work for - or hope to work for - a non-profit. You have a love of reading and a list of books a mile long in your "favorite books". None of these things, nor their sum, is a failing. But I want to know something more than all of that when I talk to you.
I want to understand how you see the universe; what colors your particular prism refracts. I want to know how you came to champion your causes. Do you think they do the most good for the world? For you? For what...?
Otherwise, a nice pair of tits would be good. If you can't deal with metaphysics, you better have some nice tits.