I am generally into to all kinds of relationships, though right now I am committing a lot of my energy to my sexy genius of a girlfriend so I don't have a ton of time available for dating, but there is some for the right people.
Things I love doing: laughing, dancing, talking, kissing, playing, reading, exploring, musicking, cuddling, learning, playing ultimate frisbee, riding my motorcycle, and doing things that scare me. I'm kind of terrified of heights but I really want to go hang gliding.
I also like to examine the rules we live by and break them if they don't make sense, or just to see what will happen sometimes. But mostly I really thrive on forming and building relationships with other people. Life is enriched through interaction with others; being open and available for real connections is frightening and thrilling. I'm quite enjoying being alive lately and a key part of that, I think, is my curiosity about other people. Finding out how my relationship with each person will be unique is a lot of fun for me. Meaningful relationships come in all sorts of forms. I'm trying to find them all.
I want to meet more people with whom there is that spark of excitement and find out what happens when we fan it to a flame, find out how our interaction is unique and amazing.
San Francisco feels more like home than any place I've been before. I don't know if I'll be here the rest of my life, but being here has enabled me to grow in ways I never expected I could.
I love flying kites! But I get a little nervous for the kite because I feel like it must be scary to be up so high.
I smile at strangers when walking down the street. It always makes me a little sad how few smile back.
Honesty is incredibly important to me. Relationships where I've been able to be completely honest and trust that the same is being done for me have been the most wonderful experiences of my life.
I think I only truly feel alive when I'm outside. I can walk to the beach from my apartment and that makes me really happy. I've spent a lot of time up on Mt Tam, but still not enough.