I crack myself up. And I believe what I'm laughing about. See?
I am creative, perceptive, and unconventional. Occasionally I may even be brilliant. I think before I speak and I listen before I reply. Some people can't stand that silence; I live in it.
One of my favorite things to do is read aloud. If I find an article in a magazine I'd rather read it to you than hand it to you. I love reading books aloud before bed. Or in bed.
At this very moment, my ideal romantic relationship looks like this: I read aloud to you, you sing to me in Portuguese and love my cats. The rest is just details. I can't decide whether that means I'm too picky or not picky enough. Perhaps I'll update this once I get that figured out.
OK, not necessarily Portuguese specifically. Though it does seem to be one of the most beautiful languages for song lyrics.
Occasionally I make an awesome carrot cake.
Movies: Brazil, Blade Runner, Taken, Stalker (Tarkovsky)
Music: Love and Rockets, Niyaz, MIDIval PunditZ, Banco de Gaia, Alien Chatter, Dubtribe Sound System, Céu, Philip Glass, King Crimson, Boogie Down Productions. Janet LaValley's voice does unspeakable things to me. And of course: Johnny Cash, Judas Priest, and Devo.
Food: sushi, Thai. I go to Chow for spaghetti and meatballs when I want comfort food. I loves me a flat iron steak.
Whenever I think I can't do without something, kismet takes It away from me and I learn that I can live without it. I think I could never do without email or my cellphone, but then when I've been forced to do without one or the other the quality of my life has improved. So it is very possible that anything I think I could never do without is actually something I should do without.
Rain. Periodically I check the weather forecast hoping for rain. Beautiful and sunny has its merits of course, but I love the rain. I go for walks in the rain and I could sit and watch and listen to the rain endlessly.
Stars. I have a telescope and I don't use it much because it doesn't fit on the motorcycle very well. When I look up at the night sky and see the Pleiades I feel that everything is right with the world.
That's three. I'll have to get back to you about the rest.