I'm a city person, and especially a Boston person. Last year I returned from an 8 year stay in D.C., and that taught me that - although I can be very happy in other cities - Boston is certainly where I most feel at home. I’m excited to meet new people here --- and hopefully start a relationship with somebody special.
I love food. Cooking, baking, eating, exploring. Whether it is cooking at home or going out, finding great things to eat is always a treat. One of the best parts about having returned to Boston are all the new restaurants and cocktail bars to check out. I’m also a skilled cook and baker – weekends with bad weather often find me engaged in a kitchen experiment – a new type of bread or a complicated ethnic dish. Most recently? Home-made butter croissants.
Aside from creativity in the kitchen, I am also a glassblower. Still a student, but I discovered that glass is my artistic medium of choice. I never thought I was particularly artistic, but it turns out I just needed to find the right (inconvenient) medium to work in.
Confession Time: I'm a geek. Like a real geek. I've been to sci-fi cons, played role-playing games, and am a dedicated (although not fanatical) Apple user. And I'm proud of being a geek. I think I hit most of the good parts of geeky-ness without straying into the anti-social stereotypes. Fit that wherever you will on the geek-dork-nerd hierarchy.
I love to travel, especially when I can do unique things while traveling. I've been to Burning Man, worked on an Archaeological dig, and blown glass in Venice.
What I'm not great at is these description things, but I think this will do for now.