RIght now I'm in the midst of my clinical cores for med school, which doesn't afford me the amount of free time I'd like. Hence, this profile.
I like to surround myself with people who don't take themselves too seriously, but are very serious about their passions, since this is basically me in a nutshell. I've always been a little bit of a geek, which I guess goes hand in hand with my passion for all things science-y. I truly truly enjoy what I do, and I have this big dream of changing the face of primary health care starting with revolutionizing how we educate our patients. I also daydream of being a comedienne as well (ala Ken Jeong, except female), but that might stretch me a little too thin. I'll settle with trying to make you laugh heartily every day, if you let me.
If I could have one superpower, it would be to be fluent in every language in the world, plus Latin. Second place would be the ability to survive without sleep, which is my one true weakness. I could finally have time to watch all the shows people have been recommending to me like curb your enthusiasm or the wire, and I could take those tango lessons, or finally conquer cantering without bouncing all over the place.
I've been looking a lot at profiles here, and it seems like everyone is a very decent person. Everyone enjoys laughing (I don't really know who wouldn't, though) and everyone seems to sell the point of being caring. So this is how I'd sell myself. I too, like the vast majority of women, am caring. Almost to a fault, so I've been told. It comes with the territory of growing up with a severely handicapped brother (my main inspiration for medicine). I promise to do my best to be there for you in every capacity I can be, and I'll never do it out of obligation.
I'm done playing games. There seems to be so much strategy is involved now when people date. Here's my strategy: ideally, we both try our best to make each other happy. If something is wrong, we speak up immediately and do not include spite into our arguments. At the end of the day, it should be less about egos and more about sharing all your little and big events with each other. So send over an email if: You know what you want. You are happy with who you are and where you are in your life. You like to be big spoon. You can laugh at yourself heartily. You don't say "that's so gay," ever. You give enthusiastic high fives on a daily basis. You have much more to say besides "hey, what's up?" If you have some non-pc, slightly offensive yet incredibly sharp sense of humor, that is perfect, as long as you also have a huge heart capable of an enormous amount of empathy.