I would be educated, moderate, considerate, consistent, and careful. I would have an apartment filled with books and have the drive to always be "working on" something. I would have tended plants artistically placed in my windows and a bernese mountain dog named June or something plain. My friends would be artists, doctors, and backpackers and I would travel with them.
In reality, I'm studying at a college that, for all intensive purposes is a community college but refuses to call itself one. I guess it's been gentrified with the neighborhood. I love transit, street configuration, sidewalks, sidewalk fixtures, bike lanes and street textures, so I'm working toward a program at the UW in the school of built environments. I do have a small collection of plants. Most have a hard time surviving winter with my north facing apartment that has sweeping views of an alley. You will surely be impressed. My friends aren't doctors or artists who have the means to travel but I do have one friend who I take Zipcar around Lake Washington with so we can eat fast food while driving, screaming "WE'RE SO AMERICAN". Dogs. I wish I had the time for a dog.
I'm just a typical Seattleite:
-I believe in socialism.
-I am polite.
-I'm unsure of my own thoughts on monogamy.
-I fall hard and fast for people who play lots of musical instruments.
I was at work recently and decided that it wasn't really for me, so I left. I called my grandpa on the way out to ask if he might send a fiddle so I could play again, so that's what I'm working on..
Well unfortunately, I got hungry and had to eat, so I got a much less terrible job and that's okay. I'm back in school because I've been hit with the reality that if I'm going to work, it might as well be in something I like.
Tasks that require tender precision
Effective efficient transportation.
Commercial pourosity from a pedestrian perspective.
-You're interested in urban farming.
-You love transit.
-You want to.