I'm a vegetarian. I won't lecture you about meat eating if you don't make fun of my animal respect.
I love to travel, but don't often have the opportunity. I'm a voracious reader, and am working my way through 'the classics' I didn't get around to as an English major.
When I say I'm queer, it's a short way of saying I identify as a lesbian but am not willing to close myself off to people based on sex or gender. If I feel a connection, I pursue it, female, male, whatever. Of course, it means much more than that, but that's the cliffs notes explanation. Way TMI, I'm sure, but I'm just not that comfortable with the 'bi' label. (Yes, that means I'll date men.)
I'm a geek/nerd, a lover, a risktaker, and quite frankly, the very very best at my favorite activities. What are those? You'll just have to get to know me to find out.
I'm taking over leadership of a young-adult book club here in town sometime soon. I do some volunteer work with my congregation.
On a larger scale, I'm just trying to do more good than harm.
b- Anything by Wes Anderson, & anything with Alan Rickman in it.
c- The Decemberists, The Dresden Dolls, Le Vent du Nord, The Avett Brothers, REM, Peter Gabriel, other awesome music from the eighties, and the mix cds my bff sends me with cool music I'd never hear otherwise.
d- Is there anything that can compare to a good plate of enchiladas?
2. My embroidery supplies
3. My spectacles
4. My copy of Borderlands and the Torah
5. Face lotion with sunscreen- I'm Irish, for god's sake, I'll burn like a furnace!
6. My creativity- is that a thing?
I'm very interested in post-apocalyptic and dystopian narratives. (My current favorite is Adventure Time. I also really like Revolution. Obligatory rave about The Hunger Games here.)
I'm a fan of Steampunk, too.