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My self-summary
(Hi, I'm back. I'm not updating any of this. Do I still like these things? Do I still look like this? Who knows. Life is a mystery.)

I am delightful.

I am creative, imaginative and prone to flights of fancy, but I am sensible, reliable and grounded when it counts. I like to laugh. I like the absurd. But I am also am a poor speller, afraid of dogs and have a terrible memory.
What I’m doing with my life
I studied to be an artist, but I serendipitously ended up working in healthcare. I get satisfaction from my work, sometimes it's really hectic but I feel far more productive working for Hospice then I ever did when I worked in galleries.
I’m really good at
Blinking in photos.
Making French Toast.
The first things people usually notice about me
Once I wore an orange sweater and a stranger shouted "is it Halloween, yet?"

So I have no idea what people will do.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Hmm, I like Terry Pratchett, Mary Roach. I pretty much read anything they put out.

Philip K. Dick is a favorite, I kinda love how the quality of Philip K. Dicks vary wildly depending on his mental state, money and drugs. I think that the transmigration of Timothy Archer is both the best and worst book I've ever read.

Alice in Wonderland, the Neverending Story and the Oz books have never lost their luster to me.

I like animation a lot. I recently have been getting into Soyuzmultfilm. Their version of the jungle book is amazing and I love Soviet Winnie the Pooh. I wish more of it was available in the states.

I like the usual suspects as well, disney, Pixar. I've been keeping eye on what's been coming out of France. I really enjoyed Monsters in Paris recently and Triplets in Belleville is one of my favorites.

I do watch anime. (I feel like I get this question a lot) I'm excited about Sayo Yamamoto's work at the moment. She directed Mitchko to Hatchin and A Women called Fujiko Mine. And her work is a bit off kilter and I hope she continues to get oppournities to direct.

I listen to a lot of podcasts - they tend to be mostly Money, Science and History. I like to learn by listening. Some of my favorites are Oh, No Ross and Carrie, Stuff You Missed in History Class, The British History Podcast, Radiolab, Planet Money, Marketplace and Pop Culture Happy hour.

I've been mainlining the Bugle lately and I think that it's possibly altered my brain chemistry to handle higher quantities of BS
The six things I could never do without
I'm really close to my sister, I love caffine, and I like my cats too.

I work hard at keeping track of my keys, my money and my phone. But I could live with out those. (I think)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I've been kinda obsessed with odd bits of 19th and 20th century

I recently learned about 1940's forensic dioramas (for Science!) and I am tempted to make my own.
On a typical Friday night I am
Well, this weekend I'm planning on checking out Grimaldis ( A musical ghost story) at Hales in Ballard.

Edit: ehhh, it wasn't so great. The costumes and the staging made no damn sense. It would have been nice if they had done some research at all.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've always been a sucker for a redhead, accents and men who my cats.
You should message me if
You know where to find fire Pokemon in the PNW. Or perhaps have an accent,