52Chicago, United States
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My self-summary
Realizing that I am tilting at windmills, struggling to move forward against a current holding me back, I write these words understanding that few decent emails will generate because of them.

Damn, that's a long sentence.
What I’m doing with my life

Focusing on debt reduction and retirement fund non-reduction.

I work a full time job at the asshat factory. It is not my calling, but what I do well.

I also work part time doing what I love. The hours aren't long, but they are physically taxing as I stand on hard tile for 5 hours.

I read. I write. I work. I play. I laugh. I...tired. I ride. I am.
I’m really good at
skirting the issue.
The first things people usually notice about me
that my OKC personality chart is wonky.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like to read. A lot. I am reading my way through my dad's library of spy thrillers set in the Cold War era. If you are Russian, a Communist, a spy, or karate expert, let me know. I'm also reading my way through the Chicago Public Library, except I get distracted easily. I like Wally Lamb, Roald Dahl, Margaret Atwood, Shelly's Frankenstein.

Anyway, my recent favorite book(s) is The First Law trilogy by Joe Abercrombie. Swords, magic, and bloody battles. Basically, my life story.

Right now I'm reading Isabel Allende's Portrait in Sepia.
Six things I could never do without
1. Eyeglasses. My eyes are broken.

2. Post-It notes. Damn, they're useful.

3. OKC Journals.

4. a calculator.

5. Laughter.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
why no one wants to create a connection online before meeting. The few times I met before a tentative connection was forged, the meetings were - um, well - let's say, ahhhh - not fun.
On a typical Friday night I am
A massage therapist.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
one day I'm going to get up when the alarm sounds, take a shower, get dressed, make coffee, gather my things, get in the car, and instead of driving to work, I will drive until the car runs out of gas.
You should message me if
My nephew won't return my phone calls, how am I going to get you to do anything?
The two of us