I will start by listing a few things that are unique about me:
• I have a beard
• I own plaid shirts
• I listen to KEXP and NPR
These are rare qualities in Seattle. I'm pretty much a unicorn.
I have two kids and they mean the world to me. My favorite days are the ones in which I have them and spend time with them.
I'm a Seattle native and I will always love this city. I have moved away from Seattle and moved all over the country and abroad, but Seattle was and alway will be my home. I was born here and went to school here (mostly). Who couldn't love it here?
I love to go out and see live music. Just like every other person on this website. I'm down for festivals, small indie shows, large established artists, etc.. I kinda can't get enough of it. I'm always listening to music or reading some music blog or album reviews. I like to think I'm a music nerd and not a music snob. I am always willing to listen to and talk about someones musical passion, even if I don't agree with them. I think music is crazy personal and one artist or song could be someones whole life and I always respect that. Unless its something shitty like Nickelback.
I have super awesome friends and wouldn't trade them for anything in the world. My core group of friends and I met at raves in the late 90's and I'm proud of that. Yes, we were all ridiculous ravers and wore dumb, dumb clothes, but oh well it was fun at the time. Besides, who else can say that they met their life long friends at raves? Not that many, that's for sure.
I spend my days working at a grocery store that rhymes with Troll Dudes. I love my job and the people I work with. I did a wide variety of jobs in my twentys from corporate sales training to education and I believe those and other jobs\careers that I tried led me to my current position. I have plans for myself with the company and I won't be satisfied with small victories like store managment. I want to run the whole region. I want to be able to promote the store and healthier eating habits and consuming to more cities and communities throughout Washington and Oregon.
I'm pretty much an open book and am crazy honest. I will always say what I'm feeling and or thinking. Sometimes it can be a little too honest, but I don't believe in holding back. If you wanna say something then you should.