If you consider yourself a fairly well-rounded, relatively intellectual, reasonably quick-witted, decently cultured, somewhat geekishly-inclined, not inordinately dramatic, gospel-focused type, then... well you don't appear to have self-esteem issues, which is good. Also, I expect I'd theoretically like to make your acquaintance. But a list of qualifications is not a person, so who knows either way, eh?
A list of interests and hobbies isn't a person either, and can never be exhaustive. However: I find reading addictive and I love writing, I appreciate well-made movies and plays (with an admitted weakness for sci fi/fantasy and pretentious fare).
I enjoy basketball/running/cycling/ping pong/frisbee/etc. I like to play at music-making, I intermittently try to learn to dance, I keep chickens and garden and do home improvement projects.
I play unconventional board and video games. I've schemed entrepreneurially. I think acting and visual arts production are both fun, along with camping and hiking and so forth. I don't claim to be equally good at all these things, but it's a fine world in which to be an eclectic amateur.
And of course I try to build my life around the gospel. I believe it's the path to deep and lasting happiness. One can always do a better job living Christ's teachings, but I credit attempting to do so with making me a better and happier person. I try to find ways to serve, and hope to continue trying harder, because few (or no) things satisfy more.