I am outgoing and personable, and I thrive on new experiences. While I'd ideally like to meet someone to settle down with (and let's face it, isn't that why we are here) settling down does not mean settling.
I also commute to the valley one night a week to teach a night class at the community college. The job doesn't pay the bills, but is my passion.
Also, I'm told I have an accent. There isn't an 'Alaskan accent', not like the South, or NY, and I do not notice an accent from other Alaskans. Then again, perhaps I am conditioned not to hear fellow Alaskan's accents. Seriously though, there isn't an Alaskan accent.
Albee, Strindberg, Mamet, Simon, Racine, Aeschylus, Moliere, Shakespeare, Wilde, Labute
Like all fans, I eagerly await The Winds of Winter
TV: Until just a few months ago I had not owned a TV in over a decade. Now that I am working for (that company), and they provide free TV service, I have one and do not have to rely on watching shows online.
Plays: As You Like It, Rosencrantz and Gildenstern are Dead, Fat Pig, Under the Yum Yum Tree, Desire Under the Elms, A View From The Bridge, The Birds, The Visitor, The Homecoming, The Owl and the Pussycat, Barefoot in the Park, I Love You, Jimmy Spud, Closer....the list could go on and on....
This list is very out of order...my desk is a cluster of papers, books, and coffee mugs..I suppose it only makes sense that I am all over the place in this box.
something to read
When am I going to have time to crack open whatever it is I am reading at the time.