53Minneapolis, United States
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My self-summary
Jack of all trades, master of none! Actually I have been granted a "Masters" but I can't imagine that I will ever really even come close to any sort of master in my is way too vast. I am into comparative theology & myth, anthropology, Jungian psychology. My deepest calling is to language; translation & metaphor. I appreciate the archetype of the trickster...a liquidy silver mercurial sensibility. I have lived in a few places...and have a travelers heart.
What I’m doing with my life
I've been building my own business for a few years now. I like my work and I love my hours! Most of the week I call my own schedule, take care of a little administrative detailing, write my scripts, email clients, etc. In between these tasks I walk around the lakes, cruise around for creative elements of my work, play around in the yard, and hang out with friends. I work in events and love the celebratory nature of the industry, people are generally happy and my "office" moves around to all the greatest places in town!
I’m really good at
I'm a writer and I have a passion for language. I write a lot for other people and it is my developing vocation. I have written a lot during my most recent educational tour and I still write a lot for myself...
I do believe that one day my multi-tasking-distracted-creatively-spirited mind will settle into the discipline to publish.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have a natural inclination to be smiling, I smile a lot and sometimes people compliment me on it, other times people think I'm up to something, and sometimes people think it's possibly annoying. (Honeybadger don't care.) When I feel like it I let the grin have its way, which is most of the time.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I read mostly non-fiction, drawn especially toward books on the wild voice of nature such as "The Spell of the Sensuous" and "Eco-spirituality". Kind of a pushover for period pieces like Game of Thrones and Downton Abbey. I grew up with the Minneapolis music scene and still like to go to street fests and First Ave. I like to cook Italian (lived in Italy for a year) and Mexican (lived in Texas for seven years) I don't actually cook all that often because I still work in events and have job perks of great food. Still I think grocery shopping together is a hugely romantic date!
Six things I could never do without
My intimate friendships. Creating things out of a lot of different materials, substance is good. The parks system of Minneapolis! (preferably combined with my bike or canoe) Icy sweet treats melting on my palate. The deep cool shade of a big tree. Living close to and in different bodies of water.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The metaphorical and mystical parallels between the gorgeously wild machinations of the universe and being human.
On a typical Friday night I am
Having a Friday night free is new to me! I used to be engaged in events on weekend nights and now am free to play! I'm a walker and a stargazer and a treetop porch dweller. Night doesn't need much to dress it up, it just waits for you to enter into it's velvet embrace.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
My idea of sexy shoes are those you can walk at least a mile in.
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