34Bangor, United States
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My self-summary
I'm a little bizarre, but totally own it. I love science and art. I make things, cook things, and alter things. I collect dead things and books. I will either think about something forever before doing it or jump in head first. I'm trying to find a balance. My two ginger cats, Mr. Crash and Mr. Floyd, are kind of a big deal. My profile is a work in progress.
What I’m doing with my life
My 9-5 involves bodily fluids, trying to be nice to nurses, and paperwork.
My off time is split between exploring Maine, pretending I'm an artist, and hanging out with my cats.
I’m really good at
getting the giggles.
bumping into things.
maximizing awkwardness.
inducing food commas.
messing up the lyrics.
over analyzing/complicating.
brightening days.
improving things.
standing on one foot.
making tacos.
finding things.
losing things.
nonverbal communication.
being right.
playing coy.
recognizing beauty.
comforting people.
The first things people usually notice about me
Usually the hair, or my missing tooth.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I am passionate about the music that moves me, but terrible at remembering most of the titles and names involved. When I love a television series or movie, I'm apt to watch it repeatedly. I tend to fall in love with authors and devour entire bibliographies in a run. My favorite foods are ice cream, fruit, and pizza. I don't eat sushi, but like most other foods.
My favorite things include:
"Empire Records"
"Brooklyn 99"
"Parks & Rec"
"30 Rock"
"The Princess Bride" (Book and Movie)
"10 Things I Hate About You"
"High Fidelity" (Book and Movie)
Storytellers: Alan Bradley, Christopher Moore, Terry Pratchett, David Sedaris, Bill Bryson, Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams, Lisa Lutz, Robert Aspirin, Jasper Fforde, John Waters, Wes Anderson
Six things I could never do without
My favorite people & cats.
My cooking tools.
My art supplies.
My books.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Perspective and how greatly it changes things.
How much the human experience has changed in the last 30 years and how much it has stayed the same in the last 3 millenia.
How to improve my living space.
On a typical Friday night I am
Planning Saturday adventures and relaxing.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm terrible at text based communication with strangers. I get torn between using correct grammar and writing fast enough to keep a natural dialogue.
You should message me if
*you want to join me on adventures to photograph a wonderfully creepy doll in public places.
*you like challenges.
*you know how to make things and want to share your knowledge
*you want someone to spend rainy days reading with.
*you think you can give me the overwhelming giggles.
*you enjoy pseudo-logical debates that hash out the minute details of obscenely absurd plans.
*you're patient.
The two of us