I grew up in Chicago, which made me a little too sarcastic and a little too naive at the same time. The older I get, the more convinced I am that no one actually knows what they're doing. Least of all me.
I'm in New York for the week. Help make it a memorable trip!
Learning how to cook. (So far: use lots of garlic and butter.) Keeping alive the dying art of listening to an album all the way through. Slowly working my way through all the books I somehow keep buying at Powell's. Playing "Tom Sawyer" over and over on the drums. Writing, to keep life from rushing by too fast. Practicing for the day when Settlers of Catan becomes an Olympic sport.
Herding cats, scribbling hieroglyphics on whiteboards, and leading group therapy sessions... or, in other words, working as a project manager for a tech company.
Books: Between the World and Me, The Left Hand of Darkness, The Guns at Last Light
Movies: Top Five
Music: The 1975, Emily King, Run the Jewels, St Lucia, Opeth, Ghost, Lucius, Francis and the Lights
Food: All the bacon and eggs you have
The hall of fame:
Books: Just about anything by Neal Stephenson, John le Carre, David Foster Wallace, Stephen King, or William Gibson
Movies: Interstellar, Charade, 2001, Inglourious Basterds
Shows: Parks & Rec, Twin Peaks, Lost, Breaking Bad
Music: Prince, Wilco, Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, R.E.M., Iron Maiden, The Hold Steady, The Beatles
Food: Literally any kind of pasta
- Climbing shoes
- Snowboard boots
- Running shoes
- Hiking boots
You need someone to duet "Summer Nights" with you at karaoke.
You need a playlist made for any occasion.
You think that life can be silly, sad, and exhilarating, but never boring, and you think it's always better with someone you trust and care about by your side.