to fumble for grace
these are a few of my favorite things
practical things and fun things--and trying to mix the two
play is serious business; it ain't work
Movies: no splatter/horror ... otherwise, yeah, I like 'em. I guess I did like Resident Evil, but I think it's more the sci-fi/action genre. I like to mix drama/thriller and some foreign and documentary into my movie diet.
Shows: comedy; one person shows; broadway too, but it's been a few years.
Music: more cowbell!; good ska--bring on the brass; Sia; Neko Case; Lana Del Rey; Mazzy Star; Gillian Welch; Damien Rice; My Chemical Romance; David Bowie; Groove Armada; ELO; Rosie Thomas; Imogen Heap; Florence & the Machine; Leonard Cohen; Beth Orton; Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs; Cat Power; The Xx; The Be Good Tanyas; Eagles; Fiona Apple; Kasabian; a little dub here and there; nerd-core ...
TED talks; Radio Lab; a lot of NPR; Comedy Channel.
Food: sushi; cuban; thai; indian; spicey, spicey!
Kind of an abstract thing going on there.
Especially zero. Gotta love zero.
I mean, what would we do without nothin'?
Also, apparently a smart phone with a dating app.
Coming back to the present.
Responsibility and Gratitude.
Opportunity and Choice.
The regulatory functions of the frontal lobe.
You prefer to appreciate Life as a rich tapestry of colors, rather than merely black and white.
You can have fun with makeup, while being comfortable without it. You are gorgeous without makeup ... at least as far as I'm concerned.
You can navigate conflict in healthy ways. You value others, as well as yourself. You appreciate balance, complexity, flexibility, and compromise.
Body, mind, soul ... what floats your boat? Do you know what you like--what nurtures you?
Do you ask yourself what makes you tick? Are you curious about the world, others, and yourself?
As far as night-life, you like to go out, but it's probably not a regular thing. Catching up on sleep once in a while is okay; feeling as if jet-lagged from five different time zones by the end of the week ... not so much.
You can accept the occupational hazards of being human and being with someone else who is also human.
You want to have kids, and to enjoy the challenges and rewards that come with our humble attempts to believe in and support children, as well as one another.