Bay Area native, born in Burlingame, grew up in a small town in cow country; my grandparents lived in Millbrae, so we came down here often. I admire the people who packed up everything and drove to SF from Maine sight unseen; for me it was an hour's drive.
I like to read, as the book section attests. I like to build things, and have a hobby that involves making things out of paper. I like origami. If anything, I consider myself a Taoist. I like to watch, and on occasion perform karaoke. I live in a part of San Francisco you've probably never heard of.
When I was younger, I was flying to Frankfurt and got diverted to Munich; I was so exhausted, I fell asleep in a train station pay toilet propped up against my backpack.
At this point in my life, I'm not sure what kind of relationship I am capable of. Do I want to find something that could last a lifetime? Yes, but is it likely? I don't know. I'm open to most anything at this point. Consider the New Friends and Activity Partners tabs real challenges. I have three dear best friends, two are women. My situation is unusual; fitting someone new into the mix would be challenging and need someone very understanding. I can understand that I am not a fit for many people, but it only takes one; could it be you? (Or not, let's have coffee or a drink and figure it out.)
My ideal gift is a shrubbery; I promise not to say "nee!".
I hate repetition. I'll say it again; I hate hate hate repetition. Wait...