I like to work, and I work hard. I don't hate my job, but it's not the most thrilling of jobs to take on. I don't know what I want to do with the rest of my life. I don't know what kind of job I would enjoy the most. I don't know that there's any one place in the world that I just want to move to and settle down in. I have tons of ambitious goals that I have no problem setting in place for myself, but I lack the motivation to knock down what I've set in front of me. I do know that sometime down the road I'd like a little family of my own. I would like at least 2 kids. 3 at the max. Haha. I listen to...just about every kind of music under the sun. I have a tough time stomaching smooth jazz songs and Phil Collins doesn't mesh well with my eardrums. I can't tolerate rap music anymore, I find it a meaningless and shallow genre of music. Up until approximately last December ('09) I used to despise country music...and then I just took the time to listen to it finally. Big fan now, been to two country concerts now. I also used to hate hair metal and pretty much anything that came out of the 80's until the one day when all I could think about listening to was some AC/DC. Now I listen to all those 80's rock stations on the radio. I love to read. If given the choice between reading a book and watching TV, I'll always go with books. I found that one of my greatest joys in life is going outside and having a cigarette or two and reading a book at the same time. When I was younger I always dreamed I would own a castle some day down the line, and contained in this castle I would have a massive library filled beyond capacity with books. My library would be complete with a large domed glass ceiling and the top of the bookshelves would also double as a cushioned sitting area where I would be able to relish in the sun light while relaxing and reading the worlds contents of books. It wouldn't be totally complete though without the large fireplace for those cold winter nights. Perfection in the illusion. ;)
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