I've recently escaped the clutches of grad school. Still recovering.
I can most often be found behind a stack of books in various coffee shops, staring at my garden in wonder, wandering my neighbourhood daydreaming, or conducting cooking experiments in the very small kitchen of my hobbit-den. I am an avid doodler, a late-night ambler, and can often be found petting the dogs of strangers or pulling faces at passing children. I'm particularly bad at lying, and still have flashes of guilt that my profile height is off by half an inch.
Like most people, I am a much better in-person person, as opposed to an internet person. Or at least I like to think so.
What I’m doing with my life
Constantly getting library fines. Perusing various books, drinking ridiculous amounts of coffee, wandering the streets, making people uncomfortable by smiling at them, pretending to know myself well enough to fill something like this out, trying to convince someone to play scrabble, chillin' out max and relaxin' all cool. Obviously not taking the internet very seriously.
The first things people usually notice about me
I am smiling, laughing, counselling, and/or looking confused in
their general direction.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I can never pick favourites of anything. I like things as I like
them and then I like other things more. All very ambiguous.
The six things I could never do without
Oxygen, serotonin, dopamine, the ability to not take things too seriously, hiccups, typing weird things into google search.
The six things I could really do without
Soggy socks, mayonnaise, laugh tracks, dishonesty, unnecessary rudeness to others, etc.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The people around me, people in general, not being able to see
enough stars in Vancouver, and so on and so forth.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When I am lucky enough to end up alone in a skytrain car, I sing loudly and poorly.
Sometimes I snort when I laugh.
Because of my work, I had to delete all my answers to the interesting questions.
You should message me if
I am not a fan of the word 'should.' Message me if it strikes your
fancy, or continue about having a swell day.