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My self-summary
Here's the thing: I moved to Toronto about a year ago and it has been a bit challenging trying to meet people. I'm happy in my work space, but I work from home all day every day for a company based in NYC - hard to mix with the locals when I'm jammed up with work in my apartment all day.
Before Toronto caught me I lived in New York for quite a bit and a few years before in London (England). So, ya know, that's that.
What I’m doing with my life
Workin from home, writing and writing, trying to figure it all out. I'm quite happy with how everything is unfolding, but my god I get bored here
I’m really good at
I'd say I'm pretty good at writing. I try hard to be good at cooking, but it's pretty hit or miss there. I like to think more hit.
The first things people usually notice about me
I laugh a lot, that's a thing, but not uncomfortably, I'm just easily amused
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Milan Kundera and Jonathan Safran Foer are my favorite novelists, Miranda July, Aimee Bender, and Dave Sedaris have written some of my favorite short stories. Also, google Tom Oatmeal, because it will change your life.

I listen to NPR religiously and cannot get enough of the Food Network and Criminal Minds.

My favorite punctuation is the ampersand and I actually think that's really important.
Six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Words. I am so smitten with words and where they come from and how we use them. I could spend forever studying etymology [side note: I desperately wish I spoke a second language, but I don't, not yet]
On a typical Friday night I am
Somewhere? Traveling a lot of the time, seeking a stellar martini in Yorkville sometimes, on my couch sleepy sometimes, trying hard to find good sushi in this place. Fridays are pretty fickle days guys
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Nostalgia is my favorite word because of the intensely beautiful way it breaks down in meaning. That's private, and important
The two of us