"It never got weird enough for me."
I consider myself a fairly simple person, and laid back for the most part. I love shooting pool, and do it several times a week. Usually on the free nights, so friends and I can get in as many games as possible. I have been living in Ballard for about a year and a half and couldn't imagine living in any other neighborhood. I love my job and just creating in general, the more artistic the endeavor the more I enjoy it. I am also fond of deep intellectual, philosophic conversations and staying in and watching movies. As well as getting out into nature, the Olympic Peninsula it probably my favorite.
I used to be an avid surfer, to the point of having a business making hollow bodied wooden surfboards (for use, not for show. Don't insult me...) But after having my quiver stolen out of my friends back yard, I have not surfed in about a year... It is something I want to remedy soon.
I am an avid pool player and show up to tournements on occasion, but prefer the couple of free nights around the north canal where a group of people show up to bet. I love and trust my friends more than anything, if you are honest and trustworthy I will probably let you in. I tend to not hang out with many people my own age, my favorite bars draw in the older crowd in Ballard, but the are filled with individuals that enjoy expansive conversation. I love hearing new opinions as well as respectfully being allowed to share my own, and if we can not challenge each other mentally then it usually doesn't work out. Why has that simple social dynamic of conversing with some grace and discourse become so rare?
There are many things that I have planned for myself, but I would prefer to have a partner accompany me on my next endevours. You never know where you are going to find love, and hence I will give this a try.
And it seems like everyone post a utube video these days, so here is mine... a cello quartet doing an old classical piece death metal style... I would be impressed if anyone commented on it, you know, as proof that you actually read all my run on sentences!