I make stuff all the time. I sell some of it on etsy, and sometimes I commit yarn graffiti. I can entertain myself with a ball of yarn. Sometimes I cut up thrifted wool sweaters and sew them into other things, like ridiculous twirly coats.
I'm currently living out of my jeep, which offers me cheap rent and no contractual obligations. It has its moments.
growing armpit hair.
being totally creepy but getting away with it because i am adorable.
Movies: psychological thrillers, documentaries. I'm a sucker for really great chick-flicks, too, but I won't admit it. Sometimes I can't sit still so I haven't seen most movies, but I'm trying to get better. I'd be really down to watch a movie (any movie!), I just won't think of it first.
Shows: If I had TV, I'd watch shows about design and building and how things work and weird science stuff.
I do have the internet for when I need some TV. And I'm not ashamed to admit I regularly watch things like Project Runway and America's Next Top Model. I like design, art for the sake of art, and weird photography.
Music: my pandora is probably shuffling between pop country and hip hop. i can go from t.swift to 2chainz without missing a beat. that being said, i would rather go see your friend's band at a local venue than listen to popular radio anyway.
Food: I have to eat because otherwise I'd die. I'm an omnivorous opportunitarian. I just don't consume the glutens or the alcohol, but I don't care if you do. I really like pad thai and sushi and bbq wings. I can occasionally be found hanging with pals at the bar, especially if the bar has snacks and/or loads up my Shirley Temple with extra cherries. Ask me about my sobriety loopholes!
1. my jeep
2. a good pack
3. some creative outlet
4. a USB headlamp
5. a good pair of boots
6. lip balm
you want to invite me to your craft night. or to park in your yard. ha ha.
you don't take things too seriously
you wanna go for a run
....and especially if you think running the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim-to-rim sounds like fun. because i really want to do it this year. (it's about a 48mile roundtrip, i'm considering it more of a "spirited hike", and i'm serious!)