I'm a damn Yankee, living in the heart of Texas. People don't understand me, nor I them. I've been here long enough that I tend to fit in now. Hot summers > snowy winters. I'll (probably) never go back.
I'm quirky, lovey, awkward, reliable, and I guess sometimes I can be funny - depends on the audience. Like everyone else on this site, I love the outdoors and am super into traveling, but I don't do it enough because... money. Lack of it, that is. I can spend an entire day at the greenbelt, prefer to sleep in a tent under the stars, and would live in the water if it didn't make my skin so pruny. I used to run long distances (3 half marathons and 1 full blown marathon), but got a running injury a few years ago that I haven't fully recovered from (physically and mentally). I'm working on that currently.
I'm into writing (all kinds), but it seems like when I became an adult with real responsibility, all my creativity flew out the window. I'm now in a perpetual state of writer's block. However, I do get complimented on my email composition at work CONSTANTLY. That's something! I like other kinds of art too, and specialize in photography (I'm a master at Instagram), and I like to paint.
There's lots about me - ask if you want to know anything else.
Driving (you know, for a girl)
Knowing what to do in Austin (I've been referred to as a walking Austin Chronicle)
Settlers of Catan
I was once told by a coworker that I have a facade of innocence... until I open my mouth around someone in a private setting.
Book: The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
Movie: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Show: Breaking Bad
Music: Alternative/ Indie Rock - I can't really pick one band
Food: All kinds, but I tend to eat very little meat
Nature - camping / hiking / swimming, etc
Music / Books
My cat, Rupert
If I should move away from Austin. Or get a tiny house and just move around.
What I should cook for dinner or meal prep.
What my cat does all day while I'm not home.