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My self-summary
For me, life is like a box of Lego... (You were expecting a box of chocolates? Wait 'til we get to know each other!)
As I was saying, life is like a box of Lego bricks. Only, the bricks come with NO instructions. Somehow you have to figure out how to put those bricks together and build something. Now, you may start with something in mind and try to fit the bricks into that idea. Or, you may just start by putting bricks together and see what develops.
My life started with something in mind. Now I'm just trying to put bricks together into something recognizable!
So, where would you fit in? I'm still missing that most important piece!
What I’m doing with my life
Somehow surviving, if not thriving, during the Great Recession.

As always, being as helpful as possible to those in need, both as part of my profession and as a volunteer.

And, as time permits, embarking on wondrous adventures, like my most recent one to "Middle Europe..."
I’m really good at
Keeping my clients laughing while solving their technical problems...

Keeping my coworkers entertained with my dancing and whistling...

Finding my way back home after getting lost on motorcycle adventures...

Did I mention singing?
The first things people usually notice about me
My unusually youthful appearance.

My impish grin.

My stature.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Oh, so many... I'll never forget a family road trip when I read over and over "Fantastic Mr. Fox." The most challenging and rewarding read from college was "Eye to Eye, the Quest for a New Paradigm."

I watched over and over the original "The Day the Earth Stood Still," "The World's Fastest Indian," "Trading Places."
Less frequently "The Wedding Banquet," "The Dark Crystal," "Somewhere in Time," "The Incredibles."

As for music, I'd rather make it than listen to it. That said, I love Sade, The Moody Blues, Aaron Copland, Ralph Vaughan Williams.

You can feed me most any Asian cuisine, just leave out the meat and include plenty of Kimchi!
Six things I could never do without
My glasses and tooth brush.

My iPhone and Mac.

My Guzzi and warm, safe place to sleep.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How something could come from nothing (the Big Bang..)

How people could want more things than time with friends.

How I'm ever going to balance on a surf board!
On a typical Friday night I am
Going to services, a performance or to visit friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'd only tell once you got to know me.
You should message me if want to go down the road less traveled.'re more interested in waking up with someone than in going to sleep with him.'re petite and looking for someone your size!
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