Before I moved here I was building an Earthship in Northern New Mexico; I lived in the woods in a tent and wrassled bears. It ruled. Ask me about it.
I love life and other human beings, and I live by the motto "you're a friend until you prove otherwise"...few have disappointed me, though it has happened and probably will again, but I ain't sweatin' it.
My job rules, my co-workers are great, and I have gotten a hold of my fiscal responsibilities in life. My goal is to buy land in the next few years to build a sustainable home on--permaculture is the future, and I intend on minimizing my impact and maximizing my quality of life: but I gotta' pay dem bills, in the mean time.
I am full of stories and crazy life adventures, and I'd like to think that I've left a lasting impression of everyone I've been around. I've had ups and downs; I've loved, and I've lost. I've lived in Europe, New York/Jersey, and have spent time in much of the US. I've come to understand the value of honesty and respect through trial and error
You owe it to yourself to be my friend, because I'm a good one: I am a little apprehensive about using this site because I never have problems meeting people, but my schedule hasn't allowed much time for that lately.