A Lil' Intro'Allo!
So, to describe myself in as few words as possible: shy, Christian, slightly eclectic and air-headed artsy ecohead.
A bit more in-depth about each one:
Shy - well, obviously more of a personality thing razz I like to talk to people once I get to know them, but when among strangers I'll usually just take a quiet profile and mind my own business.
Christian - I love science. Natural sciences like ecology, biology, zoology, ornithology, herpetology (the study of reptiles, NOT herpes! razz ), etc. fascinate me. My study of science over the years has utterly convinced me that this entire universe is designed for a purpose, and is not a product of random biological processes. Everything works too perfectly and inter-dependently to have evolved. The smallest bodily function that we never think about is the product of a hundred detailed, precise physical, chemical, and biological processes that would have to have appeared all at once (not one by one over millions of years) in order to work at all. Just dig deeper into what makes you tick and the complexity will absolutely amaze you. So, I see nature, I see God. That's how I roll. Someone who created me, all other people and the universe we live in deserves worship. It's that simple.
Eclectic - look at my favorite books/movies/music and you'll see what I mean.
Air-headed - I will sometimes do incredibly dumb things if my mind is on something else, even if that something else is trivial.
Artsy - I started drawing horses when I was about 3 (15 years ago) and have been drawing them ever since. A couple years ago I started trying other subjects and mediums. The link to my artwork album on Facebook is here: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=37878&id=649081073&l=17d641c5fe
Check it out and comment back on here if you want. smile
Ecohead: *sigh* I want to save the trees and sea turtles. I can't help myself, even if it sometimes lumps me in with environmentalist fanatics who take things waaaaaay too far. But I think that man has pretty much royally screwed the earth, and that we now have a serious responsibility to fix it, even if it means fundamentally changing the way we live and do things.
So that's kind of me in a nutshell. A big nutshell, but a nutshell nonetheless. :]