Just in the last month I moved back to Seattle from Chicago after two years learning how to repair and race bicycles and playing with the burlesque and sideshow scene.
Now the blueprint has been laid out and I stand with eraser in hand to react to real life as I nail down my goals.
Exploring and running, jumping, climbing trees. I am laughing and enjoying, bending and moving and shaking. I am alive. I am working toward the things that drive me.
I'm also trying to get some Psychobilly cats together for project and possibly another one based on world inferno friendship society and bagpipes. It's gotta be crazy.
I know how to bike for hundreds of miles, hike, kayak, climb mountains, build and tear down stages, teach self defense and discuss a multitude of topics.
Oh and did I mention I make my own beer? I'm a tasty kinda guy.
Movies, have to start with Indiana Jones(All three of them), Ghostbusters, documentaries, and Troll Hunterhunter
Joss Whedon Has gotten me under his thumb since I saw Dr. Horrible and Firefly and then again with Cabin in the Woods.
Guillermo del Toro gets a special mention. I love monster movies, especially the classics, and he delivers everything I want.
I love going to punk, metal and cabaret shows when I can.
Music, I cannot live without it. No matter the style at this point I'm down. Punk, Metal, weird mixtures of 20's cabaret and circus music, Psychobilly and Rockabilly will all get my attention.
The last live show I saw in Chicago was an underground metal show behind a Taqueria. Then, on the train out to Seattle, I played some Hank Williams sr. with an old cowboy that became my travelling companion. After that I spent the day listening to Blind Pilot and CCR. You can't go wrong there.
As for food I am the least picky eater you will ever meet. I live to eat and try new things. The only food I dislike are water chestnuts. I just don't know why they exist.
The rain on a sunny day
you like bopping around in your jimmy jams and exploring the outside world. Maybe camping or climbing a mountain?