Cold bedrooms with heavy warm blankets
Spinach and tomato pizza
Basically any sport
Learning about different cultures and pretending like I am going to learn a new language.
The smell of freshly cut grass
Things I don't like:
Winter (well the cold mostly, find me a warm winter and I'll be happy)
People who tailgate while driving
Walking in wet shoes/socks
I'm also getting excited for nicer weather in the future. Just the idea of running around outside makes me so damn happy!
I'm also really good at enjoying the little things in life. If you can't enjoy that, then I don't know if you could like life. Considering life is mostly made up of small moments with just a few big moments, if you enjoy all those little moments then you can enjoy 99% of your life.
Shows: I used to like The Walking Dead, but I just can't agree with how they ended the last season. That leaves Game of Thrones since the seasons for Dr. Who and Community have ended.
Music: Lately my Pandora stations have been lacking due to an absurd amount of song repeats. Regardless, if you could see a "most listened to" from my mp3 player it would probably list Incubus, Mumford and Sons, and then something a little heavier like Sevendust. In general though I have a broad taste in music, lately I've been listening to more instrumental stuff from my Visions of Beauty Pandora station. If there were one genre that I basically avoid all together that would have to be (pop) country.
Food... I love almost everything and I'm willing to try anything at least once. If I had a comfort food it would have to be a good old fashioned pbj sandwich. Currently I'm attempting to cook nicer meals for myself. Let's see how long that will last. Also, dark chocolate is great.
Summer/Spring I love the feeling of freshly cut grass in between my toes
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches
The simple pleasures in life.
How does SeaWorld determine you're qualified enough to swim with Shamu?!?
If you had to decide whether to keep your sense of sight or hearing, which would it be?
Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense. Buddha
To know what life is worth you have to risk it once in a while. Jean-Paul Sartre
If you pass that test then message me away! It might take a day or two, but I'll do my best to reply.