I'm a busy human who loves to work hard and be silly. When not in school to be a trauma nurse, I can usually be found dancing, writing or doing freelance makeup in my free time.
I'm looking to expand my social circle and meet new people who inspire me. If you love good coffee, hiking, dancing, photobooths, live theatre, kissing, wandering and exploring, or any combination of the above, maybe you should join me.
I love being in the city; if you love being out in the middle of nowhere, that's great but we probably don't have much in common. I live in close SE for a reason and I like to stay there. However, if you want to go shooting outside city limits, I'm so down. Don't be mad when I shoot better than you- I shoot a .45 and I know how to handle a beast like that.
My career is important in my life. Contrary to the Portland stereotype, I know what I want and I have my shit together. I love what I do and I spend a lot of time doing it. ("Your career will never wake up and tell you it doesn't love you anymore.") To that end, I will be in Haiti (nursing [nursing, as in giving medical care to, not as in breastfeeding] lil babies) and then Brazil (surfing) in the next few months, and likely out of communication for the most part.
Also important to note- these three terms are important and applicable to my life:
Some other housekeeping:
No kids, por favor. Kids and I have a mutual distrust of each other.
A message that says "Hi, whats up" will not get an answer, I can almost guarantee it. I'm creative and I know you can be too.
Being barefoot > wearing shoes.
*I've always despised the phrase "trans-friendly". It sounds like a business slogan somebody made somebody else put somewhere to be politically correct. Trans people are beautiful people to me, that's all.