You want us to tell you something about us, should it be personal? While we are supposed to ask questions, we are not supposed to ask personal ones. What should we ask?
I think Ann can answer for herself, but if I can chime in too:
Some subjects require some tact in how they are addressed, and probably should be discussed only when you get to know each other a bit better. Online messaging back and forth and even a first face-to-face meeting are get-to-know-the-other-person opportunities. Personal conversations are for when you know the person a bit better.
Examples of acceptable early "personal" questions / conversations:
"Did you grow up around here or are you from somewhere else originally?"
"I grew up in . Where are you from?"
"I love that song. I play it the piano all of the time. Do you play a musical instrument?"
Examples of unacceptable early "personal" questions:
"So how much money do you make in a year? I like to know up front because I want to marry someone who can support a family."
"Have you had your sperm count checked by a doctor? I want to have children."
"Are you still fertile? I want to marry someone who can have children."
"You said you have a sister and a brother-in-law. Are they married or do they just live together?"
"Where do you keep your toenail clippers? The nail on my big toe is catching a thread on my sock."