If there is a template for me, an stereotype of the kind of person I am, then I haven't heard of it. And though half the time I'll say I'm a creative person and a good writer, coming up with such a summary is a frustrating task because what I think I am today might not be the same the following week. But then the week after and it's back to being what I thought. No, it's not as extreme as it sounds. I'm not a human yo-yo. I do have my constants. For example, I am always susceptible to losing myself in thought or a good book. I always like the rain, especially thunderstorms (though not when I'm trying to sleep (See? Variability)). And I'll never, ever look at that spider in the shower and say, "You know, I don't feel like carrying you outside today. You're dead." On the other hand there are times when I'm not half as clever as I'd like to be and when my ambition is for mundane things. There's more to say but I rather it come out in conversation.
My musical preferences are varied but before I list artists I feel compelled to state that music is not as big a part of my life as it might be for some. For example I do not attend concerts or shows in small venues. The "music scene" is a mystery to me. If I hear a new song on the radio that I enjoy, chances are listening to samples of the other tracks of that song's album will leave me underwhelmed. That said, I enjoy pieces from the following artists: Sarah McLachlan, Enya, Evanescence, Sarah Brightman, Nightwish, The Police, and M83. It is by no means an exhaustive list of course.
As for television, movies, and books I lean heavily toward watching or reading fantasy (particularly that in contemporary settings) or science fiction. I'm entranced by fast-paced scenes and stunning CGI but poor acting, unsympathetic characters, or a plot so under thought that I'm aware of the sensation of suspending my disbelief will make for a one-time viewing.
What I am looking for...
First off, this site gave me only once choice, so I picked 'Friends' in the I Am Looking for box. I am open more than that, of course, but friendship is where it should start. Shouldn't it? I'm not certain about the kind of person I'd like to find and I'm always ready to be pleasantly surprised. The basics are, of course, there, like physical attractiveness--I think it's enough for me to ask for a generally positive self-image. Intelligence--I want to find someone who can outsmart me half the time, and hold her own in discussions. Compassion--I don't think I'd enjoy the company of someone that hands down a death sentence to every uninvited organism found indoors. At the other end of the scale, I'm always impressed when a person buys a transient food instead of just walking away or doling out spare change. Other than that, common interests and views are a plus, possibly a necessity.
As long as my date and I are getting along, what does it matter where we are and what we are doing? Sitting down for half an hour or so in a coffee house sounds nice in theory, but that half hour can be just as easily spent on the beach, on a hill/mountaintop, in a bookstore or a museum (natural history is my preference... I'm still somehow fascinated by those jungle dioramas). Caffeine is portable. If that thirty minutes wants to be fruitful and multiply, that's fine too.
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