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  • 18 References 12 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, French; learning Arabic, Spanish
  • 27, Female
  • Member since 2009
  • (desired) cooking soup for geniuses while wearing stunnin...
  • I studied and am still studying, but I have this very exp...
  • From lower Hudson River
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About Me


busk and book and bike and boldly


Mujer hecha de martillos y ciudades y cuentas de madera, tejados y canciones y chocolate, idiomas varias y cadenas de bicicleta y la grasa negra subsiguiente, preguntas inesperadas y café y plantitas que crecen en el alféizar.

As far as I can gather you're supposed to listen to people and not hurt them. I don't tolerate oppression in my presence. We can talk about what that means for hours if you like!

I write and write and talk and sing and climb and scrape my knees and bike.


Is this making you happy?
/................ \
yes.............. no
..........Can you change something until you are?
............/........................ \
..........yes........................ no
..................Enjoy some REM sleep and try again.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


haha, um

i love this community, but Couchsurfing's privacy policies have been grossing me out as late. (read more here:


La nieve, siempre. Amig@s inesperad@s. Bibliotecas y autogestión.

  • books
  • singing
  • cooking
  • chocolate
  • blogging
  • guitar
  • cycling

Music, Movies, and Books

Week-End, Waking Life, Coffee and Cigarettes, Escape From New York, Beasts of the Southern Wild.

Little Dragon, Ghostface, Tuneyards, Dirty Projectors, Tom Waits, Devendra Banhart, Philémon Chante, the Books, Seu Jorge, Hank Williams, the Pixies, Allen Toussaint.

Currently reading the Master and Margarita and Krazy Kat comics. I will always poetry.

my habitual set is more or less:
-'Padam Padam' by Edith Piaf
-'Casimir Pulaski Day' by Sufjan Stevens
-'Man of a Thousand Faces' by Regina Spektor
-'St James Infirmary'
-'Hang me, oh hang me'
-'On the Radio' by Regina Spektor
-'The Legionnaire's Lament' by the Decemberists
-'Tango 'til They're Sore' by Tom Waits
-'La Chaîne de mon tracteur' by Cayouche
-'Cornbread and Butterbeans'
-'Lua' by Bright Eyes
-'Chocolate Jesus' by Tom Waits
-'We Are Nowhere and It's Now' by Bright Eyes
-'Rex's Blues' by Townes van Zandt
i've got recordings of some of these up on soundcloud:

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Called in sick to my dépanneur job in between sips from a New Hampshire natural spring, located by one of the three complete strangers I was bumping along New England back roads with in a persistently broken-down VW. What started out as a one-day ride to Burlington turned into a four-day road trip as each of us got closer to our respective destinations. We bush-camped, worked out an improvised dinner in the middle of the Maine woods, made it to the Kingdom in time for Taco Tuesday, and when we finally got to Burlington, our driver showed me how to find, recognize and cook one of the best mushrooms I've ever eaten.

Teach, Learn, Share

Oh kids, I got a banjo! Oh, please share your banjo skills if you got 'em. I also play the ukulele and a decent bit of guitar, grow plants and kombucha, make jam and bread and ratatouille and pickles and cider. Let me know if you want to learn about any of these things!

Countries I’ve Visited

France, Ghana, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Puerto Rico, Spain, Tunisia, United Kingdom

Countries I’ve Lived In

Canada, Spain, United States

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