Everyone says these things are so hard to write. If I think of this as a resume, as they always tend to become, I'll start questioning everything I write and second guess myself. However, I've recently updated my curriculum vitae, so talking up my good points should be easy, right?
I'm a small town, family-oriented girl with a love for the city and an independent streak. I'm a geek, and I love movies, comic books and TV shows. I seem to be going to the gym four times a week, even though I've never been much of an athlete. I recently got into a prestigious pre-doctorate program, and as soon as I finish my bachelor's degree I hope to begin the journey towards a Ph.D. in media studies.
I have wonderful friends, but they're all across the country now, so Facebook has been an important tool in keeping those relationships alive. I spend most of my time studying, so I really don't have time for bars. I'm a good listener and a bad driver (it's not the driving itself that I'm bad at, it's the parking part that's hard for me!) I don't travel as much as I'd like, but I've been to China and Maui, and I plan on visiting a friend in Florida over the summer, and my sister and I are planning on backpacking through Europe or driving across America when she graduates from college. I just got back from a conference in Albuquerque, so I've checked New Mexico off my list.
I live a very digital life and can't imagine being without my iPhone. I love to laugh and have a wicked, dry wit that borders on sarcasm. I like trying new things, and I'll do (almost) everything once. I am a Starbucks addict and would love to find someone to have long conversations with over a cinnamon dolce latte. I like a sharp-dressed man but I'm cool with jeans and that T-shirt you've had since college.
Um . . . I think that's it. I really can't think of anything else to put, unless you want to hear my employment history?