Professional wrestling (both watching and participating)- I wrestle on the independant circuit up and down the east coast (at this point) for various companies.
Music - Love to listen to and perform music. My personal musical tastes range from Classical all the way to Metal and everything inbetween. Only type of music I can't stand is "Pop Country", country music made to sound like pop songs. Not because it is bad, but because frankly it's boring.
Reading/Writing - I'll gladly admit that I could be called a bookworm in some senses. I love to read, and actually find it better than movies most of the time. My favorite subjects to read usually fall under Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Romance, Horror, and History. As for writing? I write some music, poetry, short stories, and because of the wrestling, storylines and promos. And love every minute of it :)
Art - My tastes in the world of Art vary. When it comes to paintings, I am a fan of the works of H.R. Giger, Storm Thurgoson and various others. Sorry I can't give better information there, but I know I like the images but don't know the artists names. Theater... Various types of course, but the classic plays are my favorites. Blackfriers Theater is a great place to see these performances. Musical theater is also a love of mine, Les Miserables, Cirque Du Soleil to name a few. Dinner Theater can also be a wonderful experience, Medieval Times is a great example of this. A great mix of music, action and comedy. Even something as simple as Kareoke can be a blast.
Goals/Aspirations - All I really want is to be happy in my life. I'm not looking for anything extravagant, just happy. To get rid of my worries, and just simply enjoy my life. I'm trying to avoid drama, I'm not looking to play games. Dream Job? I would love to be able to do what I love most, wrestling, full time. Be it for World Wrestling Entertainment or Total Nonstop Action, as a Wrestler or a Ref, I would like to make a living off what I love. If that wasn't an option? Own and run my own bookstore/cafe. And I'm not saying a "coffee bar" when I say cafe. I'm saying something closer to Mossy Creek than Starbucks, if you get my drift.
What I would like would either be to go somewhere like Mossy Creek used to be, a small cafe to have dinner. Not too noisy, good environment, give us the opportunity to talk and get to know one another. Or just go have some fun, you know? Afterwords? Who knows. Depending on how well things went, there are many options.