"Who am I?" This is the question that pops into my mind every time that I see a call for my biography. The first response usually falls to my job as the manager of a Source by Circuit City at the New Millenium Shopping Centre in Sudbury. This response is always buffetted by my education: TESOL Certification, Honours Degree in English Literature, and a Bachelor of Education with a focus in Multimedia Technology in Education. But after those two realms are exposed, I realize how very poorly they characterize me.
I am more than my job or my education, just as everyone is more than their job and education. I'm a geek with a penchant for technology and the developmental leaps and bounds associated with the growth of our society. I'm a political enthusiest, scrolling through page after page of Canadian political developments, keeping abrest of the latest alterations. I'm an active role-player, who loves the darker side of a campaign world. I was a member of Scouts Canada for a great many years, exploring the outdoors as I continue to do on my mountain bike.
All these things are a part of me, they are a part of who I am. It is the combination of these things and many others, and the way they play off of each other that have crafted me into the person I am today. So I ask again, "Who am I?" and I answer "I am the new awesome." May your answer be as uplifting when you are asked who you are.