Pop culture nerd.
I want to be totally self-sufficient, so I'm looking into tiny houses and sustainable living and whatnot.
I really love being out in nature or doing something adventurous, but I love watching tv/movies equally as much and it's hard.
I hardly ever get to use it, but I have a kayak and it's probably my favorite possession.
Movies: Benjamin Button, Revolutionary Road, The Reader, Cruel Intentions, Interview with the Vampire and more.
Genres: Disney, musicals, horror, fantasy, scifi. Also documentaries.
Shows (get ready): AGENT CARTER, Anything Whedonverse, Orphan Black, Doctor Who, Lost, The 100, Avatar/Legend of Korra, Game of Thrones, 30 Rock, Parks and Rec, Broad City, TVD/The Originals, Veronica Mars, BSG, Community, Mad Men, The Walking Dead, 1960s sitcoms and serials, random crime shows, the history channel when they play stuff about actual history...
Music: My favorite genre is probably like old country/bluegrass, folk, Americana, etc...but I can find something I like about most music. Jessie J, First Aid Kit, F.U.N., Regina Spektor, Angel Haze, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, Pasty Cline, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Nicks. Musicals.
Food: Soup in general. Seafood. Things with rice. Taco Bell. Spicy foods. Most food really. But I could honestly live on crawfish, raw oysters and various soups.
Rivers in the woods.
My little sister.
My cat, tbh.
Some sort of internet device.
Books. I have so many unread books!
This isn't really private, but it's a fun fact. If you wanna know something, just ask.
You want to talk about Bran Stark because I could talk about him forever. Ooo, or Juliet Burke.
You want to talk about tv, tiny living, social justice or anthropology. Or if you think you'd like to listen to me talk about those things.
You have the same approach to teaching science to children as Cosima Niehaus!