Trying to find the balance between my playful (somewhat hedonistic) tendencies, and a strong desire to work hard, connect with the world around me, and build something I'm proud of.
Really into intelligence and open-mindedness. Brimming with adjectives...and expletives..
Hippie-geek hybrid sort of thing...
I like working with my hands. (Massage therapy, music, cooking, gaming, target practice, wood chopping, gardening and occasionally building things...)
I enjoy being in nature. Mountain hikes, hot springs, camping...
A fan of kindness, adventure, tea, and cozy flannel.
I am drawn to independence (both intellectual and practical) and general badassery. I disapprove of prissiness and vapidity.
Playfulness is important. So is compassion, inclusion, and personal responsibility.
I'm interested people based on pleasing traits, compatibility, and general awesomeness - potentially from anywhere on the spectrum sex and gender identity.
I am dangerously curious, defiantly whimsical, and proudly a lil nerdy.
ENFP/ sometimes J
At any given moment, I probably want to be doing this:
I play music (bass and guitar, mostly, and sing) in a few bands/projects.
My dream for the future involves a sustainable permaculture farm/hostel and small intentional community in the mountains where I get to keep goats and bees, practice massage therapy, grow food and cook for people.
(And be ready for the zombie robot apocalypse...or whatever) :P
I never asked.
But someone once said of me: "Oh, that girl with the Greek goddess body?" and I was so flattered that I put it in my okc profile.
I do, however, think it'd be great to be more fit. It's definitely a work in progress, and I'm not where I'd ideally like to be-- I want to do a tough mudder next year--but I'm pretty comfy with myself being all curvey-like in the meantime, and it makes me an excellent snuggler.
*Another note on my appearance: It deeply bothers me to hear "But you don't LOOK queer." As if how I dress or wear my hair has anything to do with who I am attracted to or fall in love with.
Food, music, books and film are things I greatly enjoy/care about, so this might take a minute...
I get excited grocery shopping, esp. at the farmers market. I love cooking for friends, or going out to favorite local restaurants. I love curries and sushi and salads and goat cheese and tempeh tacos...
Music! sultry - bass heavy - folsky - bluesy - soulful
Iron and Wine, The Shins, Warpaint, Modest Mouse, Alt-J, Beck, Pinback, Cat Power, The Black Keys, Metric, Gorillaz/blur, The Books, MGMT, Radical Face, Danger Mouse, Baths, Cut Chemist, Air, Jack White, Django Reinhardt, Dead Prez, Portishead, Noisettes, Why? and on and on...
Turn me on to something new!
I like sci-fi, ireful comedic satire, cookbooks, travel and how-to guides, and fascinating fiction or fantasy.
Authors: Bill Bryson, Terry Pratchett, David Foster Wallace, Douglas Adams, Dave Eggers, Adam Levin (lot levine), Max Brooks, Harper Lee, Chris Ware, Robert Jordan, Tom Robins, Roald Dahl, Oscar Wilde, Tom Stoppard, Beckett, Bukowski, David Eagleman, Bill Watterson.
Childhood loves: Ann McCaffrey, Ursula K. Le Guin, Patricia C Wrede, J.K Rowlings, etc...Recommendations are welcome!
Shows-Aside from cooking shows and anime: Sense8, The Walking Dead, Sherlock, Firefly, Archer, BSG, Louie, It's Always Sunny, ABDC
Movies- American Beauty, Pan's Labyrinth, Snatch, Shaun of the Dead, Pitch Black, Fight Club, Little Miss Sunshine, Garden State, Shortbus, Eternal Sunshine, Serenity, XXY, Following, Raise the Red Lantern, and most Wes Anderson and Miyazaki films...Charlie Chaplin makes me weirdly happy.
-Mental stimulation (read: books, music and interwebs)
-Physical stimulation (read: "running, jumping, climbing trees," great cuddles and sex)
-Food that elicits involuntary pleasure noises.
-A sense of humor about the world and myself
...Tiger balm and my santoku are tied for 6th.
How things work, physiological processes, social interactions (both micro and macro), vulnerability...
Myself, my plans, the theoretical farm, travel fantasies...
Food (tastespotting), what's for dinner...
Linguistics, etymologies, tongues...
I believe that each connection is unique and deserves to be treated that way. I tell myself: When you think of someone, think of their whole, separate self. Every time. If you don't let who they are fade into simply what they mean to you, your feelings and thoughts about them will be more meaningful, accurate, and adaptable. You will be able to appreciate, understand, and love them so much more fully.
It's an embarrassingly simple thing, but something I have to remind myself of from time to time. I think it makes a huge difference in being able to maintain real, vibrant, meaningful relationships with people.
-The occasional contra dance, derby bout, live music show or community event at the CMC (A local alternative community library/organizing space.)
-Playing shows with guts
*I'm probably more addicted to the internet/technology/entertainment/netflix than I'd like to admit.
*I love hip-hop, and dance enthusiastically (and probably pretty badly) to it when alone. I guess I do that to a lot of different music...
:Want me to come work with you on homestead/permaculture farm/egovilliage/natural building site
:Keep your wits about you. (Brainy is the new sexy.)
:Have some common interests, as we can enjoy them together
:Know that you are not the car you drive, etc...