As nice as Seattle is, I also like to leave it from time to time and go see what the rest of the world has to offer. I’m fairly well traveled, but there’s always more to see. I’m less of a beach/outdoors person and more of a city person when it comes to travel. I love exploring old cities and studying their evolution throughout the years, wandering the markets/streets and eating at places jammed with locals. Abstractly planning a trip SE Asia this winter, but we’ll see.
Lately I’ve been interested in the ‘Cosmos’ reboot. I remember watching the first one with Carl Sagan when I was young, and it was very formative in my approach to life. I trend towards the scientific mindset, and my hobbies over the years have reflected my general curiousity in how things work/grow/live. I’m always learning something new, a perpetual student.
I like my art like I like my reality: warped and abstract, with plenty of weirdness thrown in for variety. I also appreciate graffiti more than the average person, but more so because of how it reflects on attitude towards authority.
Games are also fun - cards, board, yard, bar, pretty much all of them. Not particularly into watching sports, though I know the rules to most of them and have played many over the years. Until recently, I was playing squash twice a week, but my squash partner moved overseas. I'll basically play anything competitively, but once the game is over, I'm over it.