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  • Ages 28-40
  • Near me
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Last online
Apr 3, 2014
5' 6" (1.68m)
Body Type
Post grad
Has kid(s) and wants more
My self-summary
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After bouncing around the US and UK for several years because of school and jobs, I settled in the Boston area a couple of years ago and like it here. Not too big, not too small, people are nice, and there are places to get out and about.

And now I'm looking for good company to join me out and about (or staying in with dinner and a movie). What is good company? Someone interested in the world around them and keen to see more of what's out there.

I'm most passionate about my child and my career, but I have opinions on other things, too. My days are consumed with thinking about cancer and digesting the scientific literature, so I love to hear about what's going on with the rest of the world at the end of the day. I like to listen to other people's stories and I love to learn about new things. The world is a fascinating place, and in a parallel universe I'm a historian or political scientist.

Books are great, music is great, TV is (sometimes) great, museums are great, parks are great, movies are great. There's something to be enjoyed in most things and the right company makes all the difference.

I'm not outdoorsy. I go outdoors (willingly!) and I like nature (except the bugs), but I'm not the sort of person who gets antsy if they stay inside all day. I do like bike rides, horseback riding, and driving in the mountains.

I have a fantastic 8-year-old son (I'm not at all biased).
What I’m doing with my life
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Trying to raise a happy, well-adjusted human being.

And starting career number two. Or is it three? Making good use of the degrees in biochemistry-type stuff and doing my best to have a positive impact on at least a few people.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Not remembering to feed the goldfish. Sudoku puzzles. Legos. Making chocolate mousse. Used to be really good at horseback riding and could probably still not fall off. This is not a comprehensive list, but I think there might be a word limit :)
The first things people usually notice about me
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I have no idea. Probably my gender.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Music: Bach's cello suites, classic blues/rock, some jazz, chamber music, lots of other stuff, a little bit of punk when the mood strikes and the neighbors are not home. All pretty mainstream. Lately I've been on a bluesy rock kick and been playing The Black Keys and 'Layla' for hours while I work.


Favorites, huh? This is tough. I read or have read many genres, but none of them too deeply. Fiction-wise I like historical fiction, have read some sci-fi/fantasy, some mysteries/thrillers, some classical literature. Non-fiction depends on the topic.

Maybe I'll just go with read the most times: An Equal Music, Good Omens, Pride & Prejudice, the Inspector Rebus novels, Jasper Fforde (nice and easy reads for when my brain is tired). Had a great deal of influence: A Terrible Beauty by Peter Watson, History of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russell, Blue Flame by Kahlil Gibran. Read most recently: The Ascent of Money, Last Lecture, Kraken, The Murder of Nikolai Vavilov, something by David Baldacci, the first two books of the Century Trilogy, some Kant, Bring Up the Bodies, part of a biography on Eisenhower, Gone Girl, Quiet, The Dante Club.

Movies: Hmm. Again, seen the most times: Desk Set, Ronin, Heat, The Philadelphia Story. The Thin Man movies are great. Pretty much stick to Classics/costume dramas and Action/Thriller/Mysteries. Don't like many modern comedies, although Simon Pegg movies are usually good/great.

Food: If someone else cooks it, I'm there! Which isn't to say I don't appreciate it when someone puts in the effort to cook, just that I rarely turn my nose up at a good meal regardless of what's in it.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My child, sleep, something to read, a little sunshine here and there, the food/water/oxygen combo, at least one comfy chair
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Cancer and proteins. It's my job.

The meaning of life. Or, to be less vague, what I have to do to get the most out of life.

My reading list. Lately that's been wishful thinking, but I'm going to count it anyway.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm funnier than this profile might lead you to believe. At the very least, I occasionally manage a witty remark. At the very, very least, I try.
You should message me if
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Just to say hi, just because you want to, just to make sure I'm not a bot (if that bothers you)....but, please be warned that days can go by before I get around to answering messages on here. So, sorry in advance!