On the flip side, I'm still for the most part a kid at heart =)
I've also developed many interests over the years and have fit or have been conceived of as fitting into many different labels. None of which define who I am by the way. They only shine slivers of light onto the being that is me. And even if they did, they still wouldn't paint my picture. I'm still a work in progress; we all are. That's part of what life is all about. Simply put: Don't assume you know what I'm all about just because I like something. You could be right, but chances are, you're very wrong. Instead of assuming, ask. I have no problems answering :-)
Bottom line: I am easy going, open-minded, and unique!
Another thing I should mention... I'm not looking for love. I'm more than willing to talk about it and share my views, but I'm just not looking for it.
But maybe, just maybe it might find me.
Varying degrees of loss has been the main theme as of late; what it means going forward and the notion that I'm coming to the point where there's more time behind than ahead of me. It's also that hard hitting reminder that tomorrow is not guaranteed.
Tying directly in to the most recent, the ability to let go and to go with the flow is ever present. I am by no means an expert at it, but I have made serious progress very recently and it's paid off fairly nicely. That being said, I am under construction; in the process of making changes that will help me be the best me I can be.
Another of those things is the need for change. Not only in the US, but the world alike. This one has been solidifying for the past few years or so. It's one of the reasons that I went back to school and pursued double majors in sociology and Spanish...
Sociology because I feel that change has to happen at the social level and in order to do that, I have to understand society. Spanish purely because it's something I enjoy. I'd like to learn some more languages at some point as well.
Aside from that I'm always in the process of seeking a new job. Preferably something doesn't exploit other people. I do understand how the game is played though and I realize that I may have to play it in order to get ahead of it and change the rules. I do love my current job though, but make no mistake it sheds no kind of light as to who I am whatsoever.
I've also recently started writing again. I'm trying some new stuff though this time.
Movies: Way too many of them to list in one sitting.
Television: I've become more of a Netflix/Hulu binge watcher of anything that sounds interesting
Other: I won't lie, I like video games. Not addicted to the point of staying up for 72 hours straight throwing back energy drinks, but I definitley enjoy them. I own an Xbox 360 and an XboxOne. Any other gamers out there, open or closet, feel free to drop me a line.
Music: I like pretty much everything. Even one or two songs by country artists. Some of my favorite artists, bands and groups are: Selena, Los Lonely Boys, Fozzy, Seal, The Killers, Marc Anthony, Barrio Boyzz, The All-American Rejects, Radiohead, Luis Miguel, The Temptations, Ne-Yo, Hot Action Cop, Boys II Men, The Offspring, Ok Go, Foo Fighters, The Who, Linkin Park, Lenny Kravitz, Black Crowes, No Doubt, Queen, LL Cool J... More to come
Podcasts: Steve Austin Show, Talk is Jericho, The Nerdist Podcast, The Ross Report, Piper's Pit Podcast
Food: I'm not picky about food. There's not much that I don't like, and if I haven't had it I'm always willing to try it.
Of the distant, mostly what kind of place this world is going to be when my children have to go out into it. As it stands right now, it's a pretty scary thought...