Here's the lowdown:
My Favorite Color: red. Not just any red. The red at a bottom of a clear glass that's full of rootbeer when you tip the glass at 45 degrees in respect to the light source. or green.
Favorite song: Currently "Next Year" by the Foo Fighters
Favorite Musical instrument to play: currently a tie between a penny whistle and the cello. heh.
Favorite Food: chimichangas
Favorite Dessert: Chocolate Cobbler from Cracker Barrel. decadent, I tell you
Favorite Day of the Week: Freitag! Pátek! Friday!
Favorite Hobby: there's several right now - teaching myself Czech, riding my bike, taking pictures, and planning vacations!
Favorite Holiday: The Fourth of July (I LOVE Fireworks!)
Favorite season: Spring!
Favorite Cartoon: Calvin and Hobbes
Favorite Sport to Play and Watch:
Favorite Movie: You've Got Mail
Favorite Vacationing Spot: St. Andrews, Scotland
Biggest Dream: To visit all 7 continents
Favorite Graphic: Phoenix
Well, there's all of my favorites...I think. Let me know if I left something off that you might want to know :) Here's some other stuff about me. I am a 2000 graduate of Triad High School in Troy, Illinois. By the way, this part of Illinois is no where near Chicago (that's what everyone thinks when I say Illinois). Actually it's just about 20 minutes from St. Louis, Missouri.
I am currently a senior at SMSU in Springfield, Missouri and will be graduating in December! Yee haw...it's about time!
I am a geology major, and in May-July of 2003 I traveled to western Ireland with the Boston University field geology team where I studied the local structures for a period of 6 weeks. I'd better get some of those pics on here sometime, huh? I also travelled to Scotland for a Culture Studies course through JMU in June of this year and had a BLAST! I'm working on getting back to the British Isles again as fast as I can :)
Let's see...it's kind of hard for me to remember what I do besides geology-related stuff anymore...oh yeah! I'm coming upon my fifth semester in the SMSU Island Breeze Steel Drum Band where I play the double bass pans (6 of the 55 gallon drums). We just got our pans tuned this January and will be coming out with a CD some time. Don't you know how cool I'll feel when I tell people...oh yeah, my band has a CD :) Oh and by the way, our steel band is available for gigs of any kind...wedding receptions, birthday parties, bar mitzvahs, whatever! :) We played a wedding on August 9, 2003 and it was phenomenal. For more information write to Dr. C he's a cool guy!
That's all I can think of. Drop me a line, I'd like to hear from ya!