43 Albuquerque, United States
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My self-summary
Spent my entire life in California before moving to NM in 2013. I grew up in the San Francisco 'burbs, college in San Diego, back to SF and lived in the city, then five years in LA before this most recent move.

Travel a lot -- for work and pleasure. I believe in karma, YOLO, paying it forward, planning in advance, acting spontaneous, and Oxford commas.

I like to laugh. A lot. And sentence fragments rule.
What I’m doing with my life
Livin' the dream most days. Survivin' the dream other days.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm not sure. Look at my photos, and you tell me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music: As long as it's not country, we're good.

Movies: a little of everything, but always partial to something that will make me laugh (even if they weren't trying to make me laugh), or a documentary.

Food: love it all, especially sushi, and getting braver to cook seafood on my own without ruining it. I love making salads that involve fruit.

Books: prefer non-fiction and biographies over fiction.
The six things I could never do without
Your brain
Your smile
Your body
Your encouragement
Your laugh
Your seduction
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How much I miss the ocean.
You should message me if
... you prefer clean-cut, preppy, somewhat goofy tall white guys over bad boys with tattoos and an attitude ...

... you like to get outside and have fun: hike, bike, yoga, watch sports, play sports, etc. ...

... you like giving and receiving massages, and like the idea of doing this to each other multiple times a week (even if neither of us has taken a massage class) ...

... you usually wakeup with a smile on your face, go to bed with a smile on your face, have photos that illustrated this infectious smile, and don't need the misery of others (or the gossip of celebrities) to keep the smile on your face throughout the day ...

... you use the word "literally" very rarely, and when you do use it, you use it correctly ...

... and most importantly, if I can actually see all of you in a recent photo (not a photo of you and 12 friends, or you in sunglasses, or you as a little kid, or a sunset, or a pet, or food, or some artsy shot where I can barely see you).