The above really means nothing. It's just a pretty lyric that I wrote on napkin or something years ago. There is the possibility that somewhere in my subconscious it is very meaningful...
I am Jason (or Jas).
At 42 years old, I look fondly on the past, but no longer yearn for it or live in it. I rarely have a drink and haven't touched a drug since 2002. I understand more than most that alcohol is a drug, but it was never "my" drug.
I have a 13 year old son who I love more than myself (the way it should be).
I believe in being kind and try not to let the negative state of our humanity consume me, although I have my days as I am human.
The path is the destination.
I am mostly a home body unless I am playing music and like it that way. I am beyond bars and clubs. I go out on occasion to see friends, but mostly leave bored and disappointed in the behavior of my male counterparts.
Now that my son is becoming a man I can now concentrate more on finding a partner and how I want to live out my life. Whether it's working from an RV while travelling the US or moving to New Orleans when he leaves for college. I have a lot living left to do.
Live, laugh, love....
I do not shotgun emails to multiple women and hope for a response. If I do contact you, it means that I have read your profile, thought about it and chose to contact you. It's common courtesy to respond even if it's a 3 second "Not interested" reply.
Clive Barker - Imajica ( an everything else)
WM: "I have to go home..."
PL: "You are home..."
Tiny Dancer plays and the iconic tour bus sing along commences...
I like Rob Zombie flicks, but also love the Bourne series and campy Mean Girls stuff... I also watch a ton of documentaries....
Music- My older brother gave me his music collection when he left for basic training at 17... Pink Floyd, The Cure, trippy Lou Reed records... That's where my love of/obsession with guitar began... I like music from every decade... even a few from this one.... ;-)
Food.... Thai, Indian, Americana....
How fortunate I am in a world where so many unfortunate things happen.