The one thing I am passionate about...
I am an adventurer, and my exploits range from jumping out of a plane in New Zealand, sailing in Croatia, biking from Vienna to Budapest, a mindfulness retreat in Bali, hot air ballooning in Egypt, and hiking with mountain tribes in North Vietnam.Dedicated and loyal to my amazing friends who would describe me as bright, curious, creative, energetic, principled, playful, and easy going. Not dedicated to those who do not agree with these traits.Voted ?most likely to become a veterinarian? (6th�grade). Author of a book report about the Platypus (3rd�grade).I think that about covers it?
I typically spend my leisure time
I love doing things that are new experiences. It could be a roadtrip to an old mining town, a sea kayaking excursion to see caves, checking out a film festival, taking an improv class, or just picking something from a cookbook and setting out to make it at home.
The most influential person in my life has been
You are intelligent, sensual, kind, authentic, vibrant, fun-loving, and curious. You exercise regularly and appreciated healthy foods. You share a taste for adventure. Let?s chat.
The last book I read and enjoyed
Some recent reads include Endurance (about the explorer Shackleton), The Devil We Know (about Iran), The Power of Habit (about changing one?s ways). Anything true, interesting, or a combination of both, I?ll always check out.
The three things which I am most thankful for
- My health
- My friends and family
- All the amazing things that one can do in this world.
The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me
I like to preserve a bit of the mystery, so let?s find this out from each other later. You?ll be pleasantly surprised.
Friends Describe me as
Happy, Intelligent, Optimistic, Passionate
A little more about me
I sometimes make marmite burritos ? a culinary delight that would have been invented if the British had spent time in Mexico during their colonial days. (As you know, they didn't, to the immense relief of anyone who has ever eaten one of my original creations... It's not all bad, though. I am much, much better at making French-style dessert crepes than I am at inventing British-Mexican fusion. But you'll have to see that for yourself...)