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My self-summary
Confident, passionate, creative lass with a diverse set of interests (see below). I've sought out adventures and have faced many a fear.

Able to manage your portfolio and cook you an amazing meal. Truth be told it's better to cook together ;)

I make my bed every day.
What I’m doing with my life
Hiking. Camping. Learning. Sketching and watercoloring the Bay Area. Building a non-profit. Improv. Hysterical laughter. Design studio. Cooking. Writing. IPAs.

Accepting myself and others, improving lives: social justice discourse; working with youth organizations in West Oakland; volunteering at the SF Botanical Gardens.

Additionally, thinking about ecological systems and how we as humans interact with and affect them.
I’m really good at
Fried chicken
Drawing and painting
Making you laugh
Pruning trees, growing gardens
The first things people usually notice about me
Damn, look at that PowerPoint!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
David McCullough, The Foxfire Series, Riparian Lands of the Mississippi River
I'm currently reading The Power Broker (biography of Robert Moses), Black Politics/White Power (about the Black Panther insurgency in New Haven), and listening to Dan Savage Lovecasts
Film & Shows:
Wayne's World, Herzog, Parks & Recreation, Bob's Burgers, Broad City

Westside Connection, exclusively

Bout it bout it
The six things I could never do without
Dog companion
My family
Yes, and
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Private moments with a sexy partner and what they bring to my life ;)

And this:
On a typical Friday night I am
Building non-profits that serve wayward emu though I think the porpoise community would generate more donors.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I am obscenely accident prone and once started myself on fire, quite unintentionally.

Along that same vein, last month I nearly broke my ankle while hiking in Yosemite, but then hiked another twelve miles on the awful sprain. This anecdote pretty well sums up my grit and determination.
You should message me if
You're all or some of these:

or, doing Mad Libs in the park sounds like a blast to you.

>You must live in San Francisco, Oakland, or Berkeley. This is non-negotiable. I have limited free time and these areas are on my regular route. I'm not trying to complicate things before they begin. Thanks for being cool.