I'm also seeking out strange new life and new civilizations (joining meetup groups) exploring new horizions (Kayaking when the weather's right, skiing when the weather's REALLY right) and communicating in the manner most familiar to me (through card, board, and party games).
When I am home, I typically spend my time as a butler for my two quick and curious rabbit hosts, Penny and Chester.
I'm also a good note-taker, but that's more relevant for role-playing sessions than anything else.
My fashion sense (I have none. I will wear hoodies in the summer, tee-shirts in the winter, and work shirts and pants while everyone else I know dresses casual.)
My (cough) dimples. I have been given to understand that my smile is winning for some.
And then Kim Stanley Robinson and Ray Kurzweil made me work out what I hope for in my future and in ours as a species.
For movies, I like Action, Suspense, and Romance movies in equal measure. I am building my tolerance for Horror movies. Expanding one's horizons is apparently important.
For music? Lately I'm listening a lot to Glen Hansard, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Dawes, Bon Iver, Fleet Foxes...
For food, I will try anything, enjoy most things, and remember - just about nothing. I always fall back upon the comfort food ingrained in me in ancient (re: pre 90s) memory. Friendly's is home sweet home. That said, in the home, I have become a vegetarian - it's easier, sometimes more healthy, and a heck of a lot less messy.
trapping materials/farming tools, 'cause I want to survive on that deserted island, don't I?
portable solar power generator,
a computer with a satellite connection, hence internet.
clothes - well, I'm sure there's circumstances in which I could do without clothes, but more than a week naked? depends how my company would feel about it, which leads me to my last.
A happy, patient and peaceful friend. This because I need to remember how to listen, and how to talk. Also someone to kick me into gear when the rum is gone (the rum is always gone) and they want to see their family again.
My hermit habit. There's someone out there for everyone, and when I am not looking for them, they are lonely, or they are saddled with someone who is not me.
On any given day, it's a flip of the coin.
You're in the habit of making friends.
You suspect that we share interests, or that we aught to.
You want to be messaged back.
You've ever been passionate enough about something to go to a convention about it, and you'd like to get to know/initiate a fellow fan.
You have some friendly advice bubbling in your head, but you're not sure I'll listen. I'm not either, but I promise there's no harm in trying.