I've traveled a lot in the past few years. I've taught in China, South Korea, and Poland. I've met all kinds of fascinating people and had interesting experiences.
I'm equally at home sitting comfortably and warmly in a café with a good book or in the middle of a mountain range with an unshaven face, dirty jeans, and some bears for friends.
Misspelling the word 'Restaurant.'
Becoming instant friends with dogs.
Wishing that I knew how to cook with wine instead of just cooking the pasta, pouring a little wine on it, and then drinking the rest of the wine.
Books: The Stand, American Gods, Kung Fu High School, The Kalevala, The Graveyard Book, Of Mice and Men, MacBeth, The Chronicles of Amber...
Movies: Good Morning Vietnam, Good Will Hunting, One Crazy Summer, Better Off Dead, Police Academy 3 &4, Enter the Dragon, Mud...
Shows: House, Who's Line Is It Anyway?, Band of Brothers, Sherlock, The Walking Dead, South Park, Mythbusters...
Music: Currently listening to Reggie Watts, The Beatles, Seven Nations, Sting, Men At Work, U2, Queen, David Bowie, The Chieftains, Social Distortion, The Foo Fighters, Natalie Merchant, Evanesance, Within Temptation, Nine Inch Nails...
Nature. (specifically the ocean. I've noticed that I experience ocean withdrawal when I'm away from the coast for long.)
Books, because I love stories.
Movies, because I love stories.
My family. We're a big gaggle of crazy New Englanders.
A good pair of shoes. One of my favorite past times is, simply, wandering.
Should I actually tell kids that they will never use algebra in adult life?
Why is Julia Roberts famous?
Am I only person on Earth that doesn't have an iPhone yet?
What would I do if I were Superman/ James Bond?