I am your typical geek. I love to play video games but I also have a social craving. I can't stay at home and stare at a TV/PC all day every day. I like to get out and go downtown for drinks with friends. I like to go out and dance with my friends. I am the kind of person that still walks up to a complete stranger and tries to strike up a conversation. I have realized that this makes me kinda weird, but I like the idea of a in person conversation, not one between me and my phone. I grew up playing in the woods and like to camp and I mean actual camping with tents. a sleeping bag, and a fire made by hand. I do still enjoy camping in a cabin as well. I have grow up with a dog in my life for as far back as I can remember, and consider having a dog in my life a must. My current dogs name is Camillia and she is a black lab mix (not sure what she is mixed with though.) She is high energy and extremely playful. I try to laugh at myself and life as much as I can and appreciated when someone is able to do so. I do not consider myself atheist personally, but it is the closest description of what I believe in. I am not against any religion, and actually believe it takes incredible strength to have faith, I just personally do not believe that there is a higher power, no more or less than that. I have a unhealthy curiosity and when something gets into my head it is hard to get me side tracked. This has become very useful as a computer programmer because it lets me develop new and inventive ways to accomplish tasks. As for what the future holds for me, I don't like to dwell on it to long but I would like to have a kid sometime down the road, I would love to either continue in my current field as a programmer or become a teacher in either mathematics or computer science. I love Erie and plan on making this city my home, we get to experience all the seasons to their fullest and if I every had a kid, I don't think I would want to take that away from them, even if they would end up hating winter, which just happens to be my favorite season.
I like to consider myself an open book. I dont mind sharing my thoughts or life with anyone who takes the time to ask.