There are several ways of thinking about boy-girl relationships, but I'm of the camp that sees these relationships as ways to live less for ourselves as singular entities and more for the benefit of us both.
Because of the Sun and despite the Sun, I go outside and prefer to walk/bike to get around. We may get along if you think the sounds that the musician wren makes are incredible. We have an even better chance of getting along if you value human, animal, and ecosystem health more than economic health.
I study motion in the ocean far from the ocean. There's no reason to be on the ocean when my family is relatively close by and I do all of my work on supercomputers located somewhere in Mississippi anyway. My training as a scientist began when I was a child trying to cope with the preferences of people I often was around who could only express themselves with temper tantrums. Actually, there much more to the story, but I'm throwing those of you who were bored with the above a (humor) bone.
I don't take what I say as seriously as it may seem. I think of "art" projects ideas in my spare time and often get around to implementing them. I value modesty much more than over-/faux-confidenc e, the latter of which is either a cover-up or symptom of narcissism.
When I was growing up, I valued being able to think of something interesting for a job more than anything else, but a PhD later, I would value finding a connection with someone far more than anything that happens at work.
In summary,... Me:
*Creative enough to be happy with myself Introverted but it hardly shows anymore
*Not afraid of big changes but appreciate some reliability
*Not-so-closet environmentalist and FA