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  • Ages 24–36
  • Near me
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Last online
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5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body type
Christianity, and somewhat serious about it
Gemini, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Dislikes dogs and likes cats
My self-summary
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A native Delawarean and proud of it, I came to Seattle nearly 8 years ago, with a stop off in Minnesota to pick up my history and sociology/anthropology degrees along the way, and have never looked back.

In my 8 years here, I've done a variety of wonderful and varied activities, including working in the non-profit world on food security and HIV/AIDS issues, helping connect seniors in the community with transportation to their medical appointments, "mavericking" and working on an off the grid utilities crew at a small retreat centre in the Cascade mountains near Lake Chelan, and hiking from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Crest Trail.

I tend to be a bit on the quieter side at first, but I love talking with people about their motivations and passions. I've always been told I'm a good listener.

In a past life I was an actor, choral singer, and competitive swimmer, but I no longer actively participate in any of those activities.

I enjoy traveling, and have done a fair share of it internationally. I love hiking, camping, and backpacking. I love a good card game, can weave a nice rug (provided a warped loom), and feel equally at home at the ballpark, the contra dance, or the operahouse.
What I’m doing with my life
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It's amazing how life circles you around sometimes, but five years later I've just found myself returning to my first organization in Seattle working on food justice issues. It's so great to work for an organization that I am passionate about! But who knows what the future holds. Maybe a MPA program... maybe a few years abroad.... maybe I'll run away to the mountains...again...who knows? I find that no matter how much you think you have things planned out, your plans will change, so it's just fun to sit back and let life lead on....
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
finding joy in the small meaningless intricacies of life.
The first things people usually notice about me
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usually my longish blonde hair, being "wrong handed", and my loudish voice/ laugh, :)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books : Love in the Time of Cholera has long been my favorite, but I recently finished The Brothers K and that's giving it a run for the money. If there were one book that I think everyone in the world should read, young and old, it's The Phantom Tollbooth (I know it's children's literature, but who cares?) I also enjoyed Life of Pi, Sophie's World, And the Band Played On, anything by Shakespeare, and most works by Zakes Mda and JM Coetzee.

Movies : A Streetcar Named Desire, Dirty Dancing, Apocalypse Now, Much Ado About Nothing, Jean Cocteau's La Belle et la Bete, Ingmar Bergman's Trollflojten, Natural Born Killers, Bride and Prejudice, Once, Sita Sings the Blues, and most older animated Disney

Music : Big range, with a heavier emphasis on singer/songwriter folky stuff... Patty Griffin and Josh Rittter top the list and Billy Joel has always been a favorite. Occasionally folks like The Weepies, The Avett Brothers, Dar Williams, Amos Lee, John Prine, Blue Scholars, Keb' Mo', POS, Stan Rogers, Kathleen Edwards, and Jefferson Airplane, end up in heavy rotation on my itunes, along with a heavy dose of guilty pleasure country (Brad Paisley) and "family music" (Trout Fishing in America), and who can't dance to cheesy pop music?!..... When it comes to classical, I enjoy Gorecki, Barber, Penderecki, Ravel, Faure and Britten's Requiems, and Mozart's operas.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
somewhere to sleep, something to eat, something to listen to, something to read, and someone to talk to.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
how I'm perpetuating social injustice, and what I can do to combat it.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
sitting out in a park reading a book, or curled up on a couch watching a movie.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I still have the stuffed animal that my parents bought for me 1.5 years before I was born