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I am free-spirited. I dance with gravity whenever the mood strikes.
I blade, skimboard, longboard, rockclimb, etc...
If the surf was any better, I am sure riding the waves would be included on that list... just the same as if we had mountains and snow... but it's not and we don't--so I coast the concrete wave.
I define and live by my own rules, a'la "Live and Let Live."
I like zen, and people, generally, make me happy.
Although life is as an obstacle course of lessons.
Whatever the situation, I always lead myself to try and learn from the experience along the way.
I figure I could consider it akin to an assembly line simulator, but that's too depressing for my tastes.
So I shift my perspective.
Now I see it as if things are similar to a certain board game.
I'm good at this game.
I heart all sorts of music including oldies.
Where have all the good oldies stations gone off to lately?!?
I guess I can fall back on Spotify.
I possess the heart and mind of a punk as well as the soul of a skater.
My inner-child may have wandered but it never got lost.
It has seen a lot, but still seeks to have the world at the fingertips.
I appreciate things geeky.
Lately I am spending a good period of my personal time trying to learn a couple instruments.
I will use the terms "dude" and "chic," and feel no foreseeable expiration date on them, it doesn't even matter the age of the subject; eg:
I was at Tally Ho's with a friend: "Dude... that chic ::pointing over yonder:: totally looks like M."
If that lady wasn't the actress, she must have been the best body double I have ever seen.
All piercings have been removed. The markings and warm memories remain.
My heart offers its condolences to the steel that once was a part of my life.
I, undoubtedly, thrive in long term relationships... am not really new to them and will make the necessary efforts for that deal to be healthy. It seems odd to offer such an obvious assurance, but I still cross paths with people who lack a sense of compassion and/or empathy.
That said, this aforementioned maturity is something I need present.
If you are that person worth my time, efforts, and all my lovin' ... save a few minutes. Say hello.