Sometimes people say I'm "stoic". I'm not sure how I feel about that, stoic sounds like a nice way of saying boring, but I assure you I am not. I've lived a full life, and have a lot more to do yet. I think in my case being stoic just means a little more stable, a little more dependable, a little less likely to sweat the small stuff.
I am a scientist, and I think like one. I question everything, and I know lots of nerdy stuff. But I have lots of other interests, and probably try a little too hard to avoid a "nerd" stereotype.
I love music, and I play guitar. There is nothing I love more than playing my music at a coffeehouse, or performing with my band. It is a huge part of who I am, and I am really quite good at it. But I also recognize that it is still just a hobby, and I don't plan my whole life around it.
I really enjoy sports, but its OK if you don't. I am a pretty skinny guy, and not even that atheletic, so it is kind of silly that I like playing and watching sports so much, but I am a very competetive person, so I crave competition. I hate losing. I hate losing in volleyball, I hate losing in cards, I hate losing in Scrabble, you get the idea. I'm not a jerk about it, I am just a little more competetive than most people. Not my most endearing quality...