56Lake Placid, United States
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My self-summary
In brief, my life can be expressed by the words of the poet Popeye: "I yam what I yam and that's all I yam."

My level of sarcasm can reach a point where even I don't know if I'm kidding or not. I enjoy a good play on words. The humor of MST3K is satisfying. There are movies that need to be made fun of. Then there is Louis CK. He makes me laugh and feel uncomfortable at the same moment.

I appreciate being outdoors and working on the land. I have spent many moments of my life wandering in the woods.

I use to go to many concerts. I tend to enjoy more intimate settings, now. Saw Tim O'Brien recently. His songs often reflect what's occuring in my life.

I savor fresh food. It's great when a dish has layers of flavor. I should write things down, I tend to wing it when cooking. I use the no knead method for making bread and pizza dough. I do enjoy Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Middle Eastern, BBQ, and Cajun food. And most else in between.

To say whom I'm looking for is not easy. I do know what it is. Yet, it is like trying to describe the flavor of chocolate to one who has never tasted it. I will admit I enjoying spending time with those who have a different view of life. One who can be silly and responsible.
What I’m doing with my life
Relaxing into the raw naked presence, while contemplating why tying one shoes has become a lost art.

/Looks at shoes.
//notices that they are crocs
I’m really good at
Being present. (Well, not really. It is more of a delusion.)
Making bad puns.
Working with circumstances.
The first things people usually notice about me
Relaxed presence.
Kind smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I enjoy silly films - Mst3k/rifftrax and satire. Life of Brian is one of my favorites. And Airplane - I can always rewatch that.
Enjoy bluegrass, blues, and the like. Been listening to Tibetan folk music, recently.
The books I read tend to be more dharma oriented, like the Crystal and the way of Light, Myth of Freedom, Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, and Delog.
Six things I could never do without
The sun
The moon
I spend a lot of time thinking about
if a problem can be solved, why worry.
If a problem can't be solved, what's the point in worrying.
On a typical Friday night I am
Sharing meals with friends.
Laughing at silly movies.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a big mug of hot water with honey, first thing in the morning.
You should message me if
any of the above strikes a chord.
and you would like to connect and share some experiences.

Thanks for taking the time to read this!
The two of us