Part of me says my own happily ever after but the rest of me knows that's silly. So I guess just getting to spend more time with my dude. Moving going well.
Eyyy mine too! Well, I don't know your interests or how old you are, but it sounds like you feel decently content with the possessions you already own. Is there anything new you wanted to try? (like knitting, cooking, drawing, etc) Anything you think would come in handy in the future? (Swiss army knife, sleeping bag, backup charger cord, etc) Anything 'normal' that you could upgrade? (such as Bath and Body Works soaps and lotions as gifts instead of regular cheap stuff) Clothes? Gift cards? I always enjoy gift cards; gives me time to think about what I may want or even happen to see something when I'm out shopping. Pet store gift cards, Starbucks, and grocery store ones are SUPER handy for me but again, don't know your age. Another idea is an experience - ask to go out to eat or to an amusement park or a fair or rodeo or daytrip or something instead of gifts! After all, pictures and memories can be amazing keepsakes.
I am in my mid-to-late twenties. ^_^
Depends on the probability of spiders. Indoors I'm fine, open spaces fine, cars fine, etc. Woods are okay but spiders and uneven terrain do cause some concern.
I've spent a lot of time talking to teen girls online and giving advice for a good five years now. Things from media perception and body image to periods to relationships to college to managing stress and anxiety. To know that people on the internet can be good and friendly, but also to think before posting as the internet is NEVER private.
Short term issue or permanent issue. I think the answer is pretty clear - short term is bearable. Long term would suck forever.
No, not truly. Unfortunately there will always be someone unhappy with something.
Most? That's hard. My rabbit, best friend, brother, parents, nephews, and boyfriend. And reaching my goals. Getting off work.
No. Because I'm not an idiot.
THAT IS REALLY HARD. Star Wars or Harry Potter. Maybe Harry Potter, though I love the depth and complexity of the Star Wars universe.
I think that's a weird question. Falling in love on the one hand seems selfish because it's seen as lovey dovey and perfect and ideal and romantic and fun. Yet to be loved seems selfish and very one-sided, and doesn't address how you actually feel or what you do for that other person. I think both need to be present - it needs to be mutual, not unrequited. You should love them and they should love you. If one of those is missing, then it's not a real/good/healthy relationship.
Let her vent and talk it out. She's the sort of person who likes to talk out her feelings so I provide a listening ear. Support her, let her know if she's totally justified, discuss things, etc. Distract her with tasty things if she needs a break, maybe watch a movie, help her tackle whatever tasks are stressing her out. She's my absolute bestest friend and an amazing person; I would pretty much do anything for her.
I don't know.. I'm big on chocolate but not plain chocolate - Snickers, Twix, Peanut M&Ms, Mr Goodbar, etc. Maybe Snickers. My rabbit prefers fruity candy of course.
By not driving my car frivolously (although I do love to drive), carpooling, and striving to reduce my waste (by recycling, reusing, and buying smarter).
In general, they study the living world around us. Typically, they focus on a particular area or cause. For example, a wildlife biologist in the US typically works with local areas to manage local wildlife (both plants and animals). Another example is a marine biologist, a zoologist, botanist, etc. They can be educators, researchers, do fieldwork, labwork, they can study bacteria, whales, deserts, etc.
No and I have zero desire to. I'm a biologist so the idea of humanizing and having people fall in love with the idea of hoards of feral cats is not ideal.
Not sure. Maybe June? I became global mod in Feb 2014 and was later promoted to admin.
Probably a cat. I can be fussy, finicky, demanding, antisocial, very cuddly, sassy, etc. I'll have to ask my boyfriend which animal he thinks I would have.
I'd like to think I'm normal? Sure I get jealous but I'm also sensible. Typically when I do feel jealous, it's of a peer who I feel is doing 'better' in life than me - better job, more stable, already married, simple but great style, seems to have a good balance and is happy, that sort of thing. But hey, that just reminds me to focus on my own goals.
I don't know.. 'old' of course but.. there are definitely times when you look back and realize you didn't accomplish nearly as much in that time as you thought you would have. Felt that a little at 25 and I worry I will feel it again at 30, but who knows. It's also about expectations management and just enjoying life.