I love other languages and always want to learn them, I want to speak all the languages in the world, if possible, but my grammar sucks and I really ain’t such a language person.
I love to walk bare feet, eat with my hands and be in other ways closest to nature.
I find it really easy to just forget about things, locking things out of my conscious. (Not very handy when these things are, for example, tests)
I love to have the wind blowing through my hair, the sand under my feat and some water in front of me.
I love to sit in front of the fireplace, especially with a cat sitting on my lap, and even more when it is stormy weather outside.
I love to read.
I love to see alternative people. They dare to be different.
I used to compare myself with my sisters. When I was young I always wanted to be like my oldest sister: independent, responsible, having a decent relationship, an own house. She has everything well organised. Then I tended to be more like my other sister: just enjoying life, alternative, outgoing, free. Now, finally I become more MYSELF. I have a bit of both in me. Both lifestyles have their qualities and I'm really satisfied with how I can find the balance between those two.
I'm not easily scared.
I haven’t got much of an opinion on most subjects. I always see the two sides on things. That’s why I go along with the opinions of my friends, though sometimes they are completely the opposite. I doubt then if I’m lying to one of them, but that’s not the case. As said, I just see both sides.
That’s as far as I know myself nowadays, but I’m still learning every day.