I'm bilingual, but I don't speak French, at least not well enough to mention it. I love to travel, have been to over 25 countries and will keep going as soon as I figure out the best way to make it happen! I'm outgoing, friendly, and easy to talk to. I work in downtown London...in an office...it's really not that exciting.
I love the outdoors, reading, movies, and meeting new people in any setting. Pets are great and I'd have a dog if I was sure I'd settle down somewhere, but I figure there's still a bit of time before I have to commit to that decision.
Trying new things (anything from food to career paths);
Scrambling to work under pressure to deliver a good result...this may have something to do with being good at procrastinating; and
Leaving significant attributes surrounded in an air of mystery!
Food deserves it's own paragraph. Everything is worth trying. I've had bugs, silkworm larvae, octopus that's still moving around, snake blood, chicken feet, and a ton of other things that would make most people cringe. At the end of the day, I enjoy cooking (not so much the cleaning) and can make do with almost anything! Peanut Butter is gross, though.
2)New places to go. My list keeps growing and I'm confident that I won't have time to go everywhere in the world that I want to go before I die. I guess I'm hooked and doomed to wander the world forever...as long as each place I go to is somewhere I have not spent much time in before!
3)Books. If only to have something to do when you're sitting on the subway/MRT/tube/underground. Wait, do we have one of those in Ottawa?
4)Family. I can go a year without talking to any of mine and significantly longer without seeing them, but I don't know what I'd do without them.
5)Good food. This isn't about basic sustenance. Eating is great. Eating a delicious meal is unbeatable. Your mood lifts up and many good things follow! I might be suicidal if the only food on Earth was french fries or some other rubbish.
6)Art/Beauty/Music. I mean, it makes life worth living. And I'm no artist.