28 Portland, United States
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My self-summary
Skirting boundaries, Toeing lines, backhand hucks, but never beating around the bush. I dig peanut butter at any time- natural only. I can juggle and teach you too.

I am not monogamous and prefer to let each relationship exist as its own 'universe' between me and the person I am relating to/with. That might look different each time we share space, and we can discuss what feels right as far as boundaries and stipulations if we want them. No one relationship has implications or indications over another, though. I've heard this described as "relationship anarchist." I'm ok with that.

Something of a clandestine wordsmith.

I moved to Colorado. It was the greatest. Then I moved to Portland, 2 days ago. (mid Oct) I'm reserving judgement so far.
What I’m doing with my life
Playing ultimate, climbing rocks, being an occupational therapist.

Biking, climbing nature, touching leaves and using my senses to determine what nature tickles

Making cookies, lasagna, sesame noodles, guacamole.
I’m really good at
Throwing a frisbee, seeing words backwards and forwards and anagrams.

Making pesto

Drinking 5 liters of water a day

Being honest

Scrabble- beat me.

Exclaiming excitedly in a genuine and non-irksome way
The first things people usually notice about me
I've got freckles and black hair
My invisibility cloak.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Eggplant Parmesan. Bissli.

Anything by Jonathan Lethem or Paul Rudnick or Benjamin Kunkel or Haruki Murakami or Paul Auster

Radiohead is timeless, Silly Wizard, the shins, shugo tokumaru, New Pornographers, Idan Raichel, Sufjan, cake, Spoon, Belle and Sebastian, wilco, of montreal, paper bird, REM, ben folds, paramore, Junip, Wolf Parade, Railroad Earth, Kinks, Decemberists, Loquat in smaller doses, Beach Fossils!
The six things I could never do without
human contact, verbal, visual, and physical
duct tape
a colander
my mouth
my breath
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how my facial expressions are perceived

how people can be so blase about spelling and grammar errors


remaining in the present
On a typical Friday night I am
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
You should message me if
you can trad-lead

you want to laugh.

you can cry as an adult

you don't buy stuff

you need nature