A taker of walks. A night person. Yogi, dancer, NYT reader, NPR listener, movie goer.
Comfortable in my self; grateful for the amusements and enjoyments provided by mind and body.
I've lived in four countries other than the U.S., and different parts of the U.S. I am glad to be home in NYC.
Lila (and now Gilead), The Imperfectionists, Netherland, The White Tiger, Brooklyn, Wolf Hall (never thought I'd be so excited to go to bed with Thomas Cromwell night after night);
plus non-fiction by Pema Chodron, Augusten Burroughs;
Couds of Sils Maria, Selma, 12 Years, Gravity, Fruitvale Station (wish it had not been passed over for awards), the latest Gatsby (tough book to begin with, but like what he did with it); Celeste and Jesse Forever, The Sessions, Argo, Lincoln, Anna Karenina, Amour;
ToasT, Disgraced, anything with Cherry Jones, Porgy and Bess, Clybourne Park, Mies Julie;
Regina Spektor, St. Etienne, Leonard Cohen, Emilie Sandee, John Cale, Belle and Sebastian;
Chairlift, Regina S., D. Byrne/St Vincent, Death Cab for Cutie, Shins, Broken Bells, Imogen Heap, The National, Joni Mitchell; I just heard Half Moon Run and like it;
and pretty much all food!! especially Continental. While I abhor junk food and fast food, I don't think I could spend much time with someone who has serious food obsessions or restrictions.
Whether enormous wealth disparity is an eradicable injustice or a human inevitability.
And, if after a bit of online communication you feel interested, you don't hesitate to ask a woman out.