38Charleston, United States
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My self-summary
My education has taken me from Texas to southern California to Massachusetts to Arkansas. I spent a semester in England during undergrad and while the British and I were a bit wary of one another, it gave me an excellent opportunity to travel the UK and Europe. From that point on I've had a passion for traveling. I moved to Charleston 3.5 years ago.

As far as what I'm like, I'm more artsy than athletic, although I enjoy yoga and just started doing a woman's bootcamp, which is fun. I can be outgoing but am more of an introvert than exravert - which simply means I need to balance my social calendar with lots of stay at home and watch movies / play with my dog time.
What I’m doing with my life
I got my BA in literature and worked for a magazine for private pilots before trying my hand in reality television production. I went back to grad school and now dedicate my professional life to helping Veterans.
I’m really good at
Being a bad speller.
The first things people usually notice about me
My hair and lips.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Didn't read much for pleasure in grad school but did enjoy: Devil in the White City, Welcome to the Goon Squad, Freedom, Persuasion

Movies: Velvet Goldmine, Jane Eyre, Zoolander

TV: True Detective, Shameless, Lost, Sopranos, 30 Rock, The Fall, Luther, Nurse Jackie

Music: The Smiths, Jeff Buckley, The Walkmen, Interpol, Bon Iver, Pavement, Josh Ritter, My Morning Jacket, Real Estate... Digging the new Sun Kil Moon album

Interests... midcentury furniture and design, photo safaris, DIY projects, travel, arts and crafts...
Six things I could never do without
My Imagination
A Sense of Humor
Coke Zero
Thrift Stores
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Because of my job it isn't appropriate for me to divulge too much, but ask and you might get an answer.
You should message me if
How about this: Don't message me if you are married or think "Do you like to be spanked?" is a good opening line. Otherwise, e-mail away!
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