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My self-summary
Writing one of these seems a bit much for me. (Perhaps I'm humble in nature?) I guess I can say I recognize that I'm still changing. There are things I'm still learning about myself-- I feel this is a good thing.

Lines to be sung in a melody and style of your choosing:

"Because there's two of you
and two of me:
the one you never knew,
the one you'll always be."

"You aren't what you do
Or what has happened to you."

"You weather a storm to find
it was never actually raining."
What I’m doing with my life
I'm currently studying environmental science. It's a challenge because I'd always considered myself a moody artist type.

I'm striving to be both!
I’m really good at
...riding to classes in the pouring rain and not minding it much.

...shopping online late at night and then forgetting about it completely.

...seeing how seemingly uninteresting things are actually quite interesting.
The first things people usually notice about me
Oh, who knows.

Maybe I'll ask next time.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music is my first love. I listen mostly to classical, blues, and indie rock. As I've grown older, I've developed a slight disdain for Romanticism and loud music.

I worked as a projectionist for several years, so I've seen a lot of really good films. I seem to prefer classic (b & w) and foreign films.

I've been reading American fiction lately.
Six things I could never do without
1) Music
2) Nature
3) An old museum of some sort, holding older things therein
4) A good, funny story
5) Meditation
6) Chocolate
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I recently overheard someone say:

"People are all right, I think, for the most part.

Everyone has things they love: a person, a passion, even though they may not show it.

Just think of that!

Look at it this way, & try to see why people love the things they love, & respect those people.

People love talking about the things they love.

After all, don't I?"

We can always find inspiring life lessons in the unlikeliest places--if we look for it.
On a typical Friday night I am
Pondering. Whether at home, or out and about, I'm always pondering.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
More than once, I've cried while watching the dystopian film Soylent Green.

There is a euthanasia scene featuring Charlton Heston. He's viewing video footage of how beautiful the natural world used to be. The accompanying music is Beethoven's "Pastoral" Symphony.
You should message me if
I'm new to Miami so I'm always looking for recommendations--places to see, things to do.
The two of us