The one thing I am passionate about...
I love learning and figuring out lots of different areas of life, they say variety is the spice of life, and I like it spicey. Doing the same thing all the times quickly gets old for me. As for current passions, I have always loved the ocean (fishing, claming, lobstering, boats, ect), philosophy, self improvement, creating things with my own efforts and hands, mechanics (never let me work on your car though, there'll be some extra screws left over when I'm done) and just figuring out what makes every thing work the way it does and why - and if it doesn't work, why not?
I typically spend my leisure time
I used to be big into playing video games with my friends and hanging out just burning time, but since I've graduated college and started working a full time job, I feel the need to do more with the precious little free time I have. I have recently started brewing my own beer, and I always like to exercise. Although lately, I could stand to focus a bit more on working out a bit more to counter act the beer :/ I have always enjoyed reading about topics of passion, fiction is a hard for me to get engrossed in... though if I do I am absolutely hooked.
The most influential person in my life has been
I'm looking for a girl who likes to try new things on a whim, we have passions for a reason and if we want to live the fullest life possible, they should serve as your compass. One who's not afraid of making mistakes failing, or what others think of her except those whose opinions she chooses to value. That's how I try to live at least, though the old saying is that opposites attract, so who knows. Just no negative Nancys please :)
The first thing people notice about me
I'm very enthusiastic and constantly moving, people see me sometimes as extravagant, which I never understood. Most people that know me know that I love all culinary arts, I'd say food to avoid sounding pretentious (using "pretentious" probably didn't help), but it goes beyond food - pairing craft beers with the right foods can change the game completely. I'm going to stop writing now about what others think of me because it feels weird, like I'm retrofitting an "about me" question to the third person. I guess most people go around interviewing those they interact with to see how they evaluate their interaction, seems I missed the memo.
The three things which I am most thankful for
- Who I am, my outlook on the world, and the confidence everyone in my life has helped me build.
- My ability to relate to people of all walks of life, even through language barriers.
- My many passions and ambitions, all of which were fostered by my unique past.
Friends Describe me as
Funny, Intelligent, Optimistic, Warm