one of my friends calls me "Yes Man" because of this. Even though I like trying new things, I do like having a night in at least some of the time, with things like game nights or movie nights (hey, even I get de-energized sometimes). Cards against humanity might be a favorite game of mine. Just maybe.
I just started the violin in February, and already learning some great songs such as lindsey stirling's zelda remix. Its really peaceful and relaxing to be able to relax and play a familiar song. I keep on asking to learn vibrato, but my teacher just keeps on scolding me because its too soon!
I'm thankful to have gotten back into Brazilian jiu-jitsu. The people in the one photo? They're from my class, and they're my family. Family that you're always sparing with! Ok, so we might be slightly different than a normal family.
I'm also going back to school for nursing right now; I've come to realize my current job doesn't give me what I want out of a job. I really want a job where I can connect to people better, and help more people. It'll take me a little while, but its more than worth it.
I'm looking for someone who takes care of themselves, is smart, creative, and thoughtful! I definitely try to have these qualities myself.
*Preparing for the zombie apocalypse with the help of video games
*Using a lead pencil to make masterpieces on paper
*Making great woodburning art (see pictures)
*Improv acting. This really should be more popular. Can't recommend it enough! Check out the Baltimore Improv Group,
*Playing the violin: surprisingly difficult. But so worth it.
*Mud runs: just tried one recently, and it was a lot of fun!
TV: House M.D., Family Guy, South Park, DOCTOR WHO, Supernatural, The Arrow, The Flash
Movies: Lord of the Rings, Inception, In Time, Jumper, Harry Potter, Ted
Music: Thousand Foot Krutch, Avenge Sevenfold, Metallica, Evans Blue, Nightwish..... I could go on and on. I'll really listen to almost anything, just have a preference for rock and metal.
Food: Hands down chinese!
*Brazilian Jiu-Jutsu (Having this back in my life has helped me a lot)
*My cat (nicknamed halfstache. Ask away)
*Tattoos (Yeah, I could live with out them. But a few are reminders for myself, so it really helps having them around)
*My cellphone (yes, a generic answer. Cut me a little slack!)
*Artwork (life would be dull without a little art wouldn't it?)
Also, don't message me if you have anything against the LGBT community. I have several friends in it, and while I am straight, that community will always have my backing.