Who am I, you ask?
My name is Inigo... uh, sorry. Wrong script. *Clears throat, takes a sip of my beloved Baileys Mint Chocolate and starts again*
Education-wise, I completed high-school. While I loved learning - and always will - I *hated* school. I wanted to learn what *I* wanted to learn, *how* I wanted to learn it, *when* I wanted to learn it - and not just recite facts/figures/names/dates/etc just to prove to all my teachers I was listening or whatever.
Personality? Did you know that a person's personality is a combination of their character and temperament? I did. And now, so do you. Seriously, however, I've done various online personality tests overs the years and all of them have me as being an INFP using the Myers-Briggs typing along with a 5w4 using the Enneagram typing. Take from that what you will. Distilling a human personality down into a hundred-odd questions?? No. No matter how much research has been done.
Career-wise, I'm currently unemployed, researching my options for getting into what most would call being a "Personal Trainer" but I call being a "Fitness Professional." My ultimate goal is to help my nation become the healthiest and fittest on this planet. By a very wide margin, at that.
What brings me here?
I've had an 'interest' in nappies (that D word is soooooooo strange) since I was 14 or so. Before that, I was more into pads. Thick ones. The thickest I could buy. I won't say where or how it started, but within a year at most, I'd pretty much "found" myself. Knew I was a little girl. Knew that I'd be forever interacting with the people and the world around me as a little girl. Even if those people had no idea. Which for the most part, they didn't.
On the days that nappies are either impractical or just not a good idea, my panties are still protected. They've been such a part of my life for such a long time, I feel rather uncomfortable without one - sometimes more - of my pads in my panties. What's a girl to do, after all.
Hmmmmmmmmmmm... so many interests. Reading, of course. Including fanfiction. But never ever slash. Not even femmeslash. Does nothing for me. At all. I want to read something that is worth reading, not just about two or more or whatever in bed all the time. Something that has character development. Plus, an actual storyline with some decent development in that, too. Not poorly written smut. Or even well written smut, for that matter. Not my thing.
Learning about all things health / fitness related is a big thing for me. I also want to see about getting a martial discipline under my belt. Just need to decide on something that suits me.
Plus there is also my sports. Well, the sports I like to watch. And/or used to play. Such as football or soccer as you Americans call it - Wellington Phoenix (playing the Aussie league) and Chelsea. As an aside, my dream European final would be Chelsea and Monaco. Basketball - NZ Breakers and our national team. Nor can I forget / ignore Steven Adams and OKC. Nor, for that matter, must his equally awesome sister Valerie be ignored!!! Netball (watching only. Go the Silver Ferns!!). Oh, and also getting back into the WRC, thanks to Hayden Paddon and Team Hyundai.
Spare time? Being unemployed I do have a little of that. Most of it is taken up by getting bedroom fixed up / renovated / etc. What's wrong with a jet black ceiling, I ask!? The rest... designing my dream home. Until a few weeks ago, it was a bit of a jumbled mess in my head. Now it's all clicked into place, making it time to get the thing on to paper, at the very least.
What am I wanting / hoping for from this place?
Hopefully, to find some people in my own city or close to it for some days out together. Socialising, really, as I do need to get out a lot more. If I end up getting to know and trust someone that just happens to know a woman (or two) that is looking and wanting someone like me in their life/lives (or even Me, specifically), then that'll be a huge bonus. Even if it ends up just getting out and about on a mountain-bike for a picnic lunch or something for a few hours on a semi-regular basis.
Making it a little difficult is having no car (let alone a license) but public transport is decent enough around here.