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  • Ages 27–33
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Last online
Yesterday – 5:15pm
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Judaism, and laughing about it
Gemini, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Rather not say
Likes dogs
My self-summary
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A life without passion is a life wasted.

Pure joy for me is sitting at the piano, surrounded by friends, just playing and singing anything. If I know it, I'll play it. If I've heard it, I'll do my best to fake my way through it so that the person who requested it gets their moment. Extra points if someone names a 90s cartoon theme song; I'll get even happier. (Duck Tales, woo-ooh!)

My conversations with friends regularly wander. It's not uncommon for me to have a couple of "how did we get here?" moments. My train of thought may change course occasionally, but it never derails. Besides, who doesn't love a good Seinfeld or Simpsons quote sprinkled into one's otherwise intelligent conversation?

I'm extremely loyal to my friends.

Exercising one's brain is just as important as exercising one's body. I do both often.

Kermit the Frog finally got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and it's about time! As a piano player, I'm waiting for Rowlf to get the honor.
What I’m doing with my life
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When I was in college, my parents and I both thought I was destined to be a math teacher. Then, right before I graduated, life threw me an insane curveball, and landed me squarely in the arts.

I spent 10 years as a professional writer and musician: I wrote songs and shows, worked with children and adults, and put up countless shows. As a late-blooming lyricist, I discovered a love of words and wordplay that still burns brightly. I had many friends who said I should move to NY to pursue writing for theater, but a couple years ago, I realized that, as much as I loved writing, I loved educating more.

So, this past August, I started a new life chapter: a new job as a performing arts teacher at a private school for dyslexic kids. It's a big transition, and, like Stella, I'm still trying to get my groove back. Nonetheless, I count my blessings that I still get to make my living spreading the love of, and educating through, the arts.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
- Math I'm great to have around when you want to calculate tips, and don't feel like digging out your cell phone for a calculator
- Gift-giving. I'm a *really* good gift giver
- Working/being with kids.
- Canoeing
- Puns. Groans are just as good as laughs.
- Making people smile
- Listening
- Cleaning
- Making up little songs for life's random moments
The first things people usually notice about me
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Deep brown eyes, and how spirited I am.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Food: I was a very picky eater as a kid, but thanks to good friends and some healthy pushing, I can eat anywhere now. Spicy food is not my friend -- I tried it twice with past roommates, and my mouth hated me for a week afterwards both times.

I tend towards non-fiction, but I'm trying to match every non-fiction book I read with a fiction. Books I've read lately: Creativity, Inc., Wicked, The Mind's Eye (loves me some Oliver Sacks), Street Bang: A History of Sesame Street, Thinking, Fast and Slow, Antifragile.

Music: The last eight artists to play on my iTunes: Paris Combo, the Muppets, Great Big Sea, They Might Be Giants, Sergio Mendes, Three Dog Night, Dave Brubeck, Moxy Fruvous.

Every time I go to the library, I pick two random CDs from the music section, bring them home and rip them to my computer, so I always have something new to listen to.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1.) A piano - not a keyboard, but a real, wood and steel piano.
2.) A game - the kind where a bunch of people can sit in a circle on the floor, and have ridiculous fun.
3.) Believing in magic - not Harry Potter magic, but "holy crap the world is amazing and I can't entirely explain why, but still WOW!" magic.
4.) Peanut butter.
5.) The ability to laugh at the world when it deserves to be laughed at.
6.) The ability to question the world when it deserves to be questioned.
7.) Breaking the rules.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Why the word "abbreviation" so long? Why isn't the word "phonetic" spelled the way it sounds? Man, I love how many idiosyncrasies our language has. I need some new music to listen to... wow, none of these kids have any idea what a modem is. Eventually, they'll probably be saying the same thing about tablets and smartphones.

(More recently) Uy, how do people do this 9-5 thing?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Improvising with world-class performers at Boston's premiere comedy theater! I make up all my own music, and every show is different. Now that I'm a 9-5'er, it keeps the creative side of me fed.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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My nose is such that I cannot balance a spoon on it. This is one of my life's great frustrations.

Update! August 2014: I finally did it! Now I need a new frustration...
You should message me if
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You love, live, and laugh loud and proud.

You know how to lead *and* follow.

You've ever started up a conversation with a total stranger, and afterwards, walked away a little happier.

You think this. is effin' amazing.

This makes you laugh. FYI, everything is better with puppets.