After a decade in Boston I find myself in Vermont. I’ve made some great new fast-friends, lots of interesting people out here ranging from millionaire hippies to hobos with great stories. Two things I've learned lately, never assume and careful with expectations about people and experiences.
A funny thing happened when I got out here last year, I got plugged into an amazing group of people. I have become no stranger to drum circles, overnight ceremonies and all sorts of spiritual/healing work. It’s been an exciting and difficult journey and likely the reason I came out here. The opportunity to experience life differently has been a game-changer for me in how I view life and why we’re here.
When I'm not on my laptop working with Internet startups I've been exploring Vermont and New Hampshire by motorcycle, doing a few hikes, trips to Cape Cod, kayaking and a lot of reading.
Lately I’ve been recognizing and breaking habits, from major life things to new walks, coffee shops, books and how I spend my time online.
I need to get back into running, for some reason it's been a lazy summer when it comes to physical exercise. There is a great dirt-road 6-mile loop nearby, a great way to break up the workday. Have run a 1/2 marathon and would do it again.
I have a radio show on WVEW.ORG in Brattleboro, you can stream it on the net or your phone, Wednesday from 6-7pm.
You: independent, passionate, playful, sharp. The slightest bit of an edge and a clever sense of humor. You stand out with a great profile that tells me who you are, not just what you like to do. Bland/empty/no-photo profiles are a deal-breaker.
You have great adventures/desires/passions to share. A well-stamped passport is a great starting point. The stamps, they say a lot about you. Hopefully you are at least spiritual. You do no blush easily and have a spark in your eyes. You, like me, are a communicator. You are fast on your feet and can initiate and return a verbal volley.