I’m seeking those connections, something more humane and human. Something that pushes a boundary or two. I want depth, connection and the kind of passion that isn't branded, lazy nonsense. That's a lot, and I can move a tad slowly, but I'm not playing small here.
Running and cycling are important to me, and will continue to be. They are avenues to personal growth, along with music and writing and solitude. My photos show I’m fairly active, and that’s been the best way I’ve found right now to connect to myself.
Having a running/cycling partner would be great. Or having someone who understands the need to run/bike at the crack of dawn. (I think I’m going to run a couple of half marathons before the year’s out.) An understanding sherpa on race day wouldn't be bad, either.
A couple of things...if I don’t respond, I’m not interested. (And if you’re interested and don’t respond, that’s fair.) I’m not responding to only a hi or a hello. And a warning–I hate talking on the phone. I can do it, but it’ll be choppy, especially at the beginning. And, if you hit like, I likely will not see it–just drop me a note.
Music: Lots of jazz, lots of electronica/ambient/chillout; (Soma FM’s Deep Space One and Ambient Sleeping Pill are favorites. Bet you didn’t see those coming, did you) learning that progressive trance is good running music for the treadmill
Food: Keeping it most healthy these days (kale with olive oil FTW), but will never turn down a good burger and a good beer
This is as close as you might get to an instruction guide for dealing with introverts...
If you hit like, there's a really good chance I won't see it for months, if at all. Yep, repeating it...A couple of things...if I don’t respond, I’m not interested. (And if I'm interested and you don’t respond, that’s fair.) I’m not responding to only a hi or a hello. And a warning–I hate talking on the phone. I can do it, but it’ll be choppy, especially at the beginning.