I have frequent bouts of save-the-world-ism followed by a suspicion that I'm becoming a self-righteous jerk followed by near-total pessimism, and then I cycle back again.
I love animals. I'm an environmentalist and a feminist, and my politics are far, far to the left. I love being outdoors in real nature (not the park, although parks are ok and all), especially, especially the ocean. Being in the water always makes me feel much, much happier.
I'm single again, so I'm interested in dating, and I would also like to meet more people and make some new friends since many of my friends are moving away.
I'm getting more involved politically now without doing the party-election drive sort of thing, which I've gotten very cynical about, but instead advocating for issues that are important to me. This has been making my life interesting lately. I am very worried that I like the fast ups-and-downs of lobbying a little too much. I keep checking to make sure I haven't morphed into a suit.
I'm also remodeling my house right now, so that keeps me pretty busy, and in the meantime, looking for fun things to do in the remainder of the summer.
really bright sunshine
my pink jacket that makes me feel like a superhero
How to do the most good with my time/the things I choose to do, and whether I'm getting too cynical or just wiser.
What animals I would most like to be. (Hey, it's fun!)
How people can possibly believe the most egregious shit--nature/nurture?
You like snorkeling/scuba diving and want to advise me on future trips.
You want to babble passionately about vegetarianism, slow food, or the latest healthy eating craze, and have some pro-tips for my next organic garden.