Music is a language that we can all understand just like a simple smile. They are each a world language for us all. I go to at least two concerts a year and four performing arts programs. I love all music some more than others, but that just goes to say. My Heart does belong to Rock and Roll though. My main picture is from AC/DC on 11/30/2008 at the Tacoma Dome and the other concert with three Ladies is from the first Ozzfest concert of 2007 in Seattle. I am a fulltime single parent and fulltime college student. Too anyone that would like to send me a shout with Techno Music Ideas or Industrial it would be great. I really don't know much about either but hey with this site why not learn. Bonus points if you know what I mean by Onemagic and no my car is not the answer.
Anything with the outdoors. Looking up at the night sky through a telescope. Have you ever seen the Swan swimming in a pond of black with white stars. It will take your breath away. Rollerskating, swimming, walks, camping, and being with friends over a great meal with lots of laughter. Tattoo's I only have one but it takes up my whole back just about. It was my 40th birthday present to myself. It is cross and an angel of nature. I love gardening the picture of the Day Lily is one of mine. I like going to the drive in that is 5 miles away. I even enjoy dancing and I am a great cook.
I like a lot of series, but T.V. has gotten to be so crazy and time consuming I don't own one.
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Girl Interrupted, Doom, Lord of the Rings, The Haunted Mansion, Dune, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Kung Fu Hustle, The Punisher, Blade, Underworld, What Dreams May Come, Heavy Metal, The Mummy, The Cowboys, Die Hard series, and any music DVD I have about 30 now.
Most of my reading time now is spent reading school books I enjoy most of them. I love fantasy though and some science fiction. Michael Moorcock, Orson Scott Card, Terry Brooks. I love history and have a large passion for the great works of the world like, Homer, Gilgamesh, Ovid, Beowulf ( Seamus Heaney Version), The Song of Roland, Dante's The Divine Comedy, Don Quixote. Who doesn't want to slay a windmill giant to save a fair lady.