I always get the same feeling I get when preparing for a job interview when I write one of these things. The same sick feeling of, Can I believe in myself and exude self-confidence without seeming pretentious or canned?
So I'll just go with the basic stuff. I'm polyamorous, (*Very important*), and thats not going to change. (I suggest doing a web search on the term if you need it defined). I have been living in Keene since July 2007, having moved here to live near my life partner of over 11 years now.
I have a rather corny yet morbidly skewed sense of humor, and appreciate non sequitors absolutely love the great outdoors and hiking. I have a great fondness for music, and a band called the Dresden Dolls is my absolute favorite, and I'm usually one of the oldest people at their shows. I also am a fan of Regina Spektor.
The thing I would love to do the most, but really need to buckle down about is photography. I have an eye for it, but need to devote the time to really learn. I recently acquired a very good Canon SLR digital camera, so I have the tools
I have a really diverse life experience, having grown up in a very industrial isolated rural area bordered by a tourist area. The past several years I have commuted from suburbia to a poor urban area where I worked with primarily immigrant families. Now I live in a quaint New England college town, in a home I purchased in '09 that is described as a Contemporary Farmhouse. Half the house is 200 years old and the other half is 15 years old. We have everything we need, and some things we don't need. I am the proud owner of a bidet for example. (What's a contemporary farmhouse without a bidet?)
One of my favorite things to do, is to tag along with someone when they are doing something they love, and enrich my life. I'm the type of person that has fun and enjoys life wherever it brings me.
I am polysexual, intelligent, and adventuresome