Well, I am a homeowner, so who says I'm afraid of commitment? The extra space is making me feel a little more alone than I used to feel in my little apartment though. And with all the decisions I need to make now, it is painfully clear that I need a female voice in my life. And figuring out how to accessorize my house on my own? That ain't happening.
Now, my disclaimer...somewhere along the way, I discovered the show Dexter, and came to the unavoidable conclusion that I am a bit like him, minus the baby and the serial killing. I tend to be a spectator in my own life, not necessarily connecting with anything. I live in my head, thinking far more than I say. I come across as normal enough, and get along well with everyone because I am extremely agreeable, but I feel like I'm a loner at heart. I've been on my own long enough that it is hard for me to let anyone or anything in. But having said that, wanna go out? :)
Okay, other stuff: grew up in LA, went to Berkeley for college, have a Psychology degree, work at your favorite TV station, previously lived in New York and thought it was awesome 95% of the time. I love watching movies and television, listening to music, and I am a big sports fan (hockey, baseball, football, basketball), I love animals (including my trouble-making feline twosome), I am nice but shy, quiet, introverted, laid-back, mellow, calm, sometimes grumpy, and I love all types of food but have a blazing hot hatred of mushrooms. Don't even like looking at them. Yuck.
working for long periods of time without stopping.
showing up on time.
paying attention to details.
Wrath, not so much.
buying a yacht.
what planet I will live on next.
why so many people waste so much time on hate.
it is part of your community service.
you are saying to yourself, "aw, I can fix him."
you want to impress me with your e-mail prowess.
you found a spelling mistake in my profile.
you want to hear about the benefits of a reverse mortgage.