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My self-summary
I once finished second in a jalapeño eating contest...I wouldn't suggest trying it. I also once wrestled in a wading pool filled with vanilla pudding. I might suggest that. It was much nicer than the jalapeño eating contest. I'm a walking paradox. Yes I am. No I'm not. Actually I'm pretty level headed and laid back. I like the sound of that as an opening though. I'm training to run my second marathon in a few weeks.
I'm a special education teacher who has been living and teaching in New York City for the last several years. It was a wonderful experience, but the northwest pulled me back!
I spend a fair amount of time trying to think about the small things in life and find endless glee in sometimes simple occurrences such as people eating miniature chocolate donuts and washing them down with grape soda. People are mesmerizing to watch. Sometimes I perhaps might even find myself the one being watched for my wild antics....I'm always game for something new.
What I’m doing with my life
Thinking about how things are constructed, both socially and physically. I like to think about the idea that no matter where you go in the world, every place in the world is in the end just a place in the world. Also thinking about insularity as no way to engage with life. A life lived is one examined and embraced, one where in the high's are cherished and revisted with perspective beauty.
I’m really good at
empathy. Bowling. Singing falsetto while cooking. Being motivated to run....and not just from the police! Baking without making a mess.
The first things people usually notice about me
My smile(dimples) and possibly that I'm a scaly man fish........
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I can't stop listening to this song right now. It's not necessarily my style of music, but it's just one of those songs that gets stuck in your head.
The Mountain Goats. Warren Zevon, Six feet Under, Epic Historical Biographies. Sherman Alexie. David Sedaris. Anything Cohen Brothers. Post Apocalyptic books and films.
Six things I could never do without

Wait that's seven....oh, that's also names of dwarfs!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
oh you know...stuff. The past and the future and the present.
On a typical Friday night I am
trying to name as many brand names of potato chips as I can.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
well.......hmmmm...I went to a Creed concert once. The ticket was free...but I regret going...because it was a Creed concert.
You should message me if
You consider yourself dangerous, people have called you dangerous, or you are unequivocally dangerous. Achtung, baby.
If you would be amused by someone unabashedly taking glee in eating miniature chocolate donuts and washing them down with grape soda. You like going to plays and musicals. You feel like it!
The two of us