-Male, identify as male.
-Likes women, and the occasional man.
-In a long term, open relationship with a woman whose name or face shall never be shown, identified only as "the Redhead."
-I live in the most remote, isolated place on earth.
-Biologist who returned to school for nursing which I start in the fall to get my BSN.
-Military reservist, so if you hate the military...don't bother adding.
-Raised by a single mom, and only have one other person in my family.
-Childfree, but ok with kids. Just never wanted my own. Have a nephew which is enough.
-Socially very, very far to the left. Fiscally, a bit more conservative.
-Have dated a lot of people which make up my stories from time to time.
-Mentally stable, and usually quite positive. My downs rarely stay down for more then a few hours.
-Love to read the news, and be made aware of all sorts of things from economic policies and how that affect people in other countries to pop-culture.
-Share life with a spunky chihuahua mix who is the second love of my life. Hope to have many chihuahuas someday.
-A minimalist in possessions, with an emphasis on experiences.
-I love iced coffee in the mornings, and cold beer at night.
-What am I into? Coffee, chihuahuas, dancing, working out, gymnastics/capoeira/breakdancing, being active, the public library, science fiction, sex, surfing, the ocean, political and social awareness, nature, the outdoors, science, biology, gardening, beer, learning new things, exploring new places, travel when can, the practice of medicine, etc.
What I write about:
-mini rants (latest on people griping about "Oh, I'm so old when they turn 25/30/35.")
-observations in my life
-reflections on current and past relationships
-workouts (I am really into being active and working out.)
-whatever I feel like at the moment...it is after all my journal
What I am NOT into reading about:
-"whoa is me! my life sucks! I am depressed every single moment of every single day!" per. We all have down moments, but I can't relate to the perpetually depressed.
-People who became parents and forgot that they were someone else before they had kids. I don't have anything to add to "parent blogs." Have kids and retained a sense of self? Awesome!
-Self hate journals (eating disorders in particular I can't hack.)
-Religious journals (Down with Jesus? Awesome! I just don't believe the same you do.)
You like try? If we don't get along, no worries and remove me. Not all things last!