If you're a fan of bulleted lists (and really, who isn't?)
-Erstwhile painter and crafty person
And no I do not consider those first two contradictory :)
Was born and raised in the South (Mississippi by way of Georgia), but I moved up to Seattle couple years ago. The city's strange and wonderful and weird, and so far it's been pretty neat.
I've been informed that I'm essentially a 1950's housewife with a beard. I like baking, cooking, and hosting parties, and actually give a damn about my apartment. Unconfirmed sources also report that I'm trying to learn how to knit. Also love painting (acrylics and watercolors; oils are a bad idea with cats...), and am trying to get more into the art scene in Seattle. Latest attempts include working on ceramics at Pottery Northwest (I can make a damn sexy cereal bowl) and metal working down at the Pratt Center (molten metal is cool! and terrifying!)
Personally: Taking care of two cats, Whiskey and Mocha. It's a lot like having two adorable drunk people in the house. Whiskey may or may not be watching me type this now. I'm also taking art classes around the city.
Socially: Cooking comfort food for, sharing wine, and playing games with friends. They tend heavily towards one or more of the letters in LGBT, and just as heavily towards board gamers.
Travelling! Always trying to tick new places off my to-visit list. Recently checked boxes include Japan, Spain, and the entirety of the California coast, Iceland, and Scotland.
Art! Well...more like 'sorta good.' I paint watercolors and acrylics, and have been getting into metal work recently as well. Ask me about my bezel sets!
Movies: Pixar. And Dreamworks. Pretty much all of animation. May or may not have been watching Wreck It Ralph while setting up my profile. Oh, and Hot Fuzz is England's greatest contribution to society since fish and chips.
Music: On a bit of an EDM kick right now, though I like rock as well. Most recent music on my phone is Tiesto, Paramore, and the soundtracks for "Scott Pilgrim" and "The Book of Mormon"
Food: Anything Cajun, though red beans and rice is my absolute favorite.