i don't particularly care for spelling, because i suck at it.
i love to talk photography and make art. i love to discuss the nature of the world and the universe in abstract and creative ways. i love watching people and thinking about how interesting is that every person in this world has a life all their own. i continuously wonder where they are all going and what they are thinking. and it amuses me immensely.
I love broken mirrors and bad puns. walking peacefully through the woods and having half-asked physical fights often involving wild hand waving.
i love tea. a lot. All of the tea. In little pots, with tiny cups. Or fancy English ones with saucers and snacks. Or bowls, or really big tea pots. On tables and picknik blankets and floors. By myself and with friends and people who soon won't be strangers anymore.
i often don't want to make decisions (but i'm getting better)
I make lots of condescending comments about other people's driving.
i forget things, even birthdays, even my parent's birthdays
i love to be entertained
I often get so involved with how awesome I think other people are that I forget who I am and that I'm awesome too. Sometimes I have to wonder off to rediscover myself
Got a website with my arts
being disgustingly adorable
being overly practical
soaking up sunshine (i'm solar powered :))
long walks and adventures (always intrigued by that trail leading off to the unknown)
rain, clocks ticking, glass breaking, natural silence, laughter, choirs, power lines buzzing, water simmering on the stove, wind rolling through the trees
star trek (the original over all else, but they are all awesome)
I <3 Huckabees,
The Fifth Element
The Last Unicorn
The Science of Sleep
Howl's Moving Castle
Pretty things, Animated movies/shows or movies with Jim Henson puppets
Doctor Who, James Bond, Indiana Jones, Han Solo, Utena, adventure time, bravest warriors, bee and puppycat
Books (in order starting with with most recently read)
Dune etc. - Frank Herbert
Blind Assassin - Margret Atwood
The High Window - Hammett
Sherlock Holmes vol 2
The Likeness - Tana French
Sherlock Holmes vol 1
American Gods - Gaiman
Everything by Raymond Chandler
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
100 Years of Solitude
A Short History of Nearly Everything
got to admit there isn't much that i don't enjoy when i'm in the mood
Garlic. give me roasted garlic and i am happy girl. Pasta, all kinds. Sushi! smoothies. cookies. tasty cheeses. chocolate. bacon, but not bacon flavored things (tried bacon flavored vodka once... that was an experience).
The ability to create
i know that's 7 but whatever.
Drinking tea or coffee
Being in sunshine
Listening to jazz
Taking pictures and making art
Talking about the nature of life and the universe and everything
OR if you have seen Tai Chi Zero and enjoyed it