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My self-summary
Oh boy. I'm a ball of energy. I will out-dance you any day of the week, which isn't to say that I've got better moves, I've just got a virtually endless supply of move-juice on the dance floor. I'm still learning the finer points of punctuation, as proven by that last sentence. When it comes to humor, I'm a child; if you can make a realistic sounding fart noise with your mouth, consider me yours. I'm really into acoustics; I've been known to burst into song in rest stop bathrooms or hike my violin into a canyon for maximum enjoyment of echoes. I love the smell of bonfires. I aspire to be a bad-ass rock climber, visiting the Touchstone climbing gyms at least 3 times a week (plus some outdoor bouldering). Here's a weed-out fact for all you readers out there: I just got out of a serious relationship and want to maintain my independence. So, if you're looking for something serious I'm not your girl. If you're looking for someone you can flirt with, have fun with, converse with, hang out with, learn with, and/or spend small amounts of time with as a lover, friend, or confidant, you've come to the right turkey. Fin.
What I’m doing with my life
I finished massage school about a year ago after going to massage school on a whim because I bought a massage table from someone off the street. I'm also really working on creating some of the best run-on sentences you've ever read in your life and it seems to be going really well for me at the moment although that could definitely change depending on my mood and the message I'm trying to convey. I play in a couple local bands: violin, keys, and backup vocals. Honestly, I'm doing a ton of shit right now, so much so that you're going to have to message me or meet me for a drink so I don't have to spend my time writing it all out here.
I’m really good at
Seeing someone else's point of view.
Making people feel appreciated and loved.
Playing the violin.
Cross-stitching naughty words.
Bike dancing.
Making silly faces.
Singing goofy songs.
Letting my teeth show.
Making lists of things that I'm good at.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have very big eyes. I also have pink and blue hair at the moment...and a pretty big mouth that I use for talking and eating delicious food. Sometimes people may notice that I am dancing while riding my bike. No big deal.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Favorites? Who can choose a favorite when you're always discovering new things? I guess these are as close as I'm going to get to favorites right now:
Color - Anything brighter than the sun
Music - Mambo: perfect for painting and cooking.
Electronic music: perfect for dancing on your bike, on a pier, in
the sand, on the block, with a lock, by a grill, on a hill
Bands/Musicians (just to name a few): Metronomy, Micachu
and the Shapes, Royal Canoe, Disclosure, Steely Dan, Nickleback ;)
Food - Fucking all of it. Duh.
Movies - Jesus Camp (really any documentary about religion as I am
simply fascinated by the idea of faith and how consuming and
destructive some people's faith can be), Trailer Park Boys,
Secretary, documentaries about body modification, Hellrasier (which I've seen who knows how many times as it has become my packing-for-all-the-things movie)
Books: The Giver, She's Come Undone, mostly nonfiction though. I
have to list The Hunger Games because I sped through that
shit. It was like a brain thinking involved.
Six things I could never do without
1. My violin. I've definitely had nightmares about losing/breaking it accidentally.
2. Music. If all music suddenly disappeared from the world I'm not sure I would survive the Musicapocalypse.
3. The sun. I would be the most cranky sea rag if I lived above the Arctic Circle and had to endure days without sunlight.
4. Other people. In the case of a post-apocalyptic world (I'm sensing a theme in this text box), I would not survive the one woman world.
5. Coffee. I really love it. With cream and maple syrup.
6. Adventure on the horizon. It's what keeps me going through what can sometimes be the humdrumness of everyday life.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The next time I'm going to be able to rock climb. Am I making the most out of myself and my life? How can I get better at what I'm doing? How can I maximize my time on any given day, allowing me to do everything I need to do and everything I want to do? What am I gonna eat? Where are my keys? Where are my shoes? Fuck it, I'm going out without shoes.
On a typical Friday night I am
Maybe playing a show? Maybe going to a show? Maybe dancing my face off (in costume of course). Maybe playing games? Maybe lying in bed, rubbing my feet against the sheets, and being thankful for having such an amazingly comfy bed. There's nothing typical about my Friday nights.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
My room is usually a mess. Most of the time it looks like a burglar burgled me. I'm working on it.
You should message me if
You think you can keep up.

You can teach me something really cool: mechanics, welding, carpentry, etc.
The two of us