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An exuberant conversationalist. I take talking very seriously, but am easy to laugh. I'm incredibly loyal and easy going. Um...not sure what else, they'd probably say I am a mix between severity and absolute silliness.
We are here to continuously learn and un-learn the meaning of love and understanding...annnd we are meant to enjoy life!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I am about to embark on my couch surfing experience, but so far, the responses from people have been lovely, which I am very grateful for.
Poetry, Philosophy, Theater, Music, Politics, Visual Art,People, Yoga, Nature.
Music, Movies, and Books
BOOKS: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle. Anna Karenina. Art + Lies. The Passion. Fugitive Pieces. Immortality. How Should a Person Be?. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. The History of Love. Autobiography of Red. (It could go on even longer)
MOVIES: Eden. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Lost in Translation. What Time is it There?. In the Mood for Love. Bullets Over Broadway. Hannah and Her Sisters. Inglorious Bastards. A Fish Called Wanda. The Royal Tenanbaums.
MUSIC: Sigur Ros. Billy Holiday. Purity Ring. Peter Hadar. Frank Ocean. Amy Winehouse. Nina Simone. Jeff Buckley. Beach House. Solange. Beyonce. Miles Davis. Duke Ellington. Ane Brun. The Tallest Man on Earth. Devendra Barnhart.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Danced on top of my friend's roof as a hurricane was descending on Manhattan. The rain felt like ice -- we were up town enough that it wasn't in the eye of the storm, so the joy was just seeing all the yellow windows blink, and the sound of crushing drops against the metal shingles.
Last April a play of mine was performed at a small theater in the north end of Halifax. After the show we had a jazz trio play. A bunch of my close friends whom I admire deeply were there. The rush of just seeing something I had done go up, and then, getting to dance with my friends to incredible jazz tunes, gave me a feeling of irreplaceable elation.
A very good friend of mine invited me to her place last week. She was living in a university residence, but all of the students were cleared. We made dinner together, drank wine, and pretended we were an old English couple, and proceeded to eat most of our meal in character, except for when it got ridiculous, and laughter had to be our main form of communication.
There are too many things I find amazing to list. I feel like this section could change daily.
Countries I’ve Visited
Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In