I'm a responsible and reliable person at work. Definitely trying my best to keep everything above a certain level and quality. I'm also warm and kind, thriving to make the workplace a better place to be, for both my colleagues and clients the same. I never hesitate to give soothing and heartwarming compliments and greetings, and I'm proud to say I'm someone you'll be glad to work with and to be inspected by.
I used to be confused about the tug of war between the passionate and rational self, but I'm learning that It's all a part of me, and I don't really have to lean to any of the fragments of my personality. I'm just doing whatever I enjoy and like at the moment, even if it's just being idle. Currently, I'm on a odyssey to learning how to love myself, and establish a balanced, simple and elegant lifestyle that enables self growth. I've been living in a carefully crafted garden for too long. It's time to leave and find beauty in the true world.
As a person, I'm soothing, curing, passionate and a bit childish; responsible, considerate, hesitant and thoughtful (more at work than anything). The facets alternate like looking into a kaleidoscope, but that's all a part of who I am.
Trying to achieve my goal of becoming an excellent pediatrician, writer for children's literature, and a decent person. But I'll need to muster my energy to start studying first. A bit worn out for the past few years...
If I have to say being good at anything, it would be respecting that every person has different liking and preferences. I may not like something, but I don't say a word against it unless it's really hurting people in some ways.
And I love kids. No one ever miss that part of me
I like video games, PC games and all. I'm usually the one supporting in all kinds of MMOs.
Likes TRPG, running my own story and another game session as a sin eater. Would like to try out Changeling and the Innocent storyline.
I could also do with more personal time and vacation. Don't think I had one since June.... And I thought last year was miserable..... It just proves everything has no limit, in both ways.......
I used to read any books that I could lay my hands on, but that has changed a little bit since I study all day now. I still go to the bookstore occasionally, and I usually read what I feel like reading at that moment. It is usually books about crafting, knitting, gardening or children's books. Should you ask me what books I enjoy, the first one that comes to my mind would be the Harry Potter series (which I assume I have already reread for at least 10 times or more), Annie of the Green Gables series, Charlie and the Chocolate factory are some of my favorite books. There were one time in which I was deeply fascinated by Roman history, so I read some of them.
Regarding music, Jazz has replaced classical to be my favorite, I don't know why, but I suppose it's the swing and the relaxation. Countries tend to be good, too. I also enjoy older songs (as compared to people of my age). Disney classics, songs by Frank Sinastra, and some songs by singers such as Louis Armstrong, Elvis, The Carpenters, and the Eagles are great, but I don't listen to them on a regular basis, and I never remember what these songs were called. I just like the tunes and styles of these artists. And they are, indeed, wonderful singers.
I would not reject trying new things if I don't consider them too odd, but most of the time I just eat whatever I'm familiar with, to save the time and energy thinking and looking for what to eat. I like noodles, every kind of noodles essentially. From traditional Chinese styles, Japanese to Pasta and other styles. I like vegetables, but I would not say no to meat either. When talking about meat, I prefer lambs above other kinds of meat, because they have a peculiar smell and tasted that adds a flavor to the meat.
I am really not a good drinker, and overall does not enjoy alcoholic beverages, but apple cider really had me. It tastes more like apple juice than wine... And I don't drink coffee. But i do like tea. Earl Gray and herbal teas. The smell of Herbs because it makes me feel calm and secure. I also try planting them, although I really enjoy taking care of them, it's not much of a huge success. I'm a scent based person. What smells nice makes me feel nice.
As for movies, it is often too loud for me to enjoy. If I were to choose one, it would be ones like Mrs. Doubtfire, You've got mail, Flyaway home or other similar movies which are not scary or horrifying. But on the whole, I'm not a movie goer.
TV programs, humm, Myth Busters are great, and so are Dog Whisperer With Caesar Millan, 大改造!!劇的ビフォーアフター(全能住宅改造王), Run for money and other programs like these.
And oh yeah, I skate (laugh)
A loving for life and a healthy body (the latter part inspired by someone else)
Artistic or crafting materials (Wool, Paper, etc.. If I had more money and time I'd try to add metal on my list)
Pen and paper
Tea, I suppose. No, I'm not British. (laugh)
Plants and nature (Moved from second place to last! wow that's a change)
I used to spend a lot of time thinking about romantic relationships, but, I don't know. It's just not as important as it seems before. I could really survive without it.
I hope I could say I'm doing something more useful (laugh)
I used a paper clip and clipped it to my ears for fun, but I regretted it after I've done so. It hurts!
TRPG partners. I'm currently playing DND 4e and nWOD, but just as a novice player. If I were the ST, I love to play a game that every player has to dig deep into his characters and find out something about life.