I love living in the city. I grew up in PA so the east coast feels like home.
I wish that I had been born in the 1920s. Or maybe 1910s. So I could've lived throughout the 30s, 40s, and 50s. How amazing would that be.
My last relationship taught me a lot about what I want. For the first time in my life I feel like an adult. It's an interesting feeling.
I really like singing, but compared with some people I am not really good at it. Moderately good, I guess.
I always use oxford commas.
A Star is Born (Judy Garland version) - Possibly my favorite movie of all time.
In The Mood For Love
Pierrot le Fou
Love Me Tonight
Last Year at Marienbad
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
Currently airing TV shows I love: You know, all the shows that everyone likes. Game of Thrones, Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire, Community, Parks and Rec, and The Simpsons. My favorite network dramas are The Good Wife, Arrow, and Person of Interest. There are some other shows I like and watch regularly, but I don't love them. My other favorite shows that are no longer on the air - Buffy, Angel, Veronica Mars, Twin Peaks, The Prisoner, Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek (mostly the original series), Arrested Development, The Wire, and Freaks and Geeks.
I like Jane Eyre, Pale Fire, Mansfield Park, Invisible Man, Ulysses, The Plague, Steppenwolf. I wish I read more modern books, but it's hard to know what's good and what's not. I do love Paul Auster for the most part. Most modern books I read are nonfiction - theatre books, biographies, or theology books. And I think Thorton Wilder was a genius.
I usually only listen to showtunes. And classical. And related. Outside of that, I love Tony Bennett, The Who, and French pop music. I do really like that Vampire Weekend though.
Or possibly Disney movies. I love Disney.
Also, I'm looking for someone who shares my values and my faith.