I am currently unattached, but my soul mate will be someone who is as passionate about Star Trek, and as utterly open minded, as I am.
I am interested in alternative lifestyles, and this blog is a conglomeration of my thoughts and interests. Contained within is my mind, and soul. (fyi My soul is Star Trek) I am 21 years old, living in southern Wisconsin. I am primarily here to connect with others from the various communities that interest me, including Star Trek and DD/lg.
My father is a mechanical genius. He could’ve been the chief engineer of a starship if he’d had the opportunity. But he went into business like a good Ferengi. The only thing is, he’s not a good Ferengi… not when it comes to acquiring profit. So now all he has to live for is the slim chance that someday, somehow, he might be able to take over my uncle’s bar. Well I’m not going to make the same mistake. I want to do something with my life… something worthwhile.
I could not tell you if I loved you the first moment I saw you, or if it was the second or third or fourth. But I remember the first moment I looked at you walking toward me and realized that somehow the rest of the world seemed to vanish when I was with you.
Anonymous said: How open minded are you? How do you define that?
I am excessively open minded. I define it by even when I may not, myself, have love for something, respecting other people’s love for it, and always going in with no expectations. I am willing to do anything, try anything, particularly if someone I care about wants it. I love open mindedness, and consider myself one of the most, perhaps due to having such varied and taboo interests myself.
i hope you find a cute trekkie boy or girl at uni to watch the whole series over and over again in a small pillow cave
Anonymous said: I regret not being able to help those whom I love most, simply because they don't seem to want me. I regret being the person that sees everything, yet feels they can do nothing.
On this, I can relate completely. It is the harshest feeling in the world. To put all that you can into helping the people around you, for nothing.