So now for the fun stuff... I first moved to the US (started in MN) from France at 22 years old and got my first full time job in Kansas City.
I enjoy watching people do what they like best or are good at and it makes my day.
Then when they hear me speak, they figure that I'm not from here.
"The Little Prince" - St Exupéry
"The Four Agreements" - Don Miguel Ruiz
"The Alchemist" - Paulo Coelho
"The science of getting rich" - Wallace Wattles
Shows: Portlandia, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Office, Flight of the Conchords, Friends.
Music: any style but country and metal.
Food: thai, vietnamese, mexican, african, indian, sushi, tapas.
2) What my cats are doing while I'm traveling and if they miss me.
Seriously (and I want to insist on that "seriously". It seems like some people really think that I'm serious about 1 & 2... Or they just don't read the whole thing), I think a lot about my career that has to do with the human mind and raising more consciousness about finding our life's purpose.
I also think a lot about the relationship I want and sharing my life with someone who would not only be my lover but also my best friend.
If you love people without even knowing them and you relate to what Jim Carrey talks about in this -long, I know, but so worth it- commencement speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V80-gPkpH6M
I've watched it so many times, I can almost say it along with him word for word. It's like Dumb&Dumber's quotes ;)
I've noticed that the best way for me to connect with people is through humor. If I can make them laugh and they make me laugh, there is usually a good chance we will see each other again.
Do not message me for hook-ups, or if you're already with someone, married or not. I'm at a point in my life where I want to meet someone who's ready to build something serious together.
Do not message me either if you've already set your mind about not having kids.
Et si tu parles français, c'est encore mieux ! 😁