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Let see... One of the hardest questions you can be asked is "Who are you?"
I always have trouble answering that.
All I can say for myself is I am your typical young person.
I have a million aspirations that are countered with a billion doubts.
I never seem to run out of passion and hope.
I like to view the future as something that has endless possibilities.
I'm a middle person. Ya know, not too much of one thing.
That can make things really difficult.
I'm learning to embrace it.
I am full of passion and dreams. I am just beginning to learn about myself; yet the one thing that always sticks is my longing to to see the world in unconventional ways. I love love love learning and story telling; I really enjoy meeting new people. I am easy to get along with, and try to be as polite and considerate as possible. I am interested in nature, philosophy, and double dares. I love to be inspired, and find it easy to do.
Relax and enjoy the weather~
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I am fairly new to this project, but would love to help out as much as possible! I've had a few surfers, which was an amazing experience. Also, I've surfed a bit. I love couchsurfing! It is the greatest and most accessible way to learn about lifestyles, cultures, and people. And it's just too much fun!
I've hosted 3 surfers so far, it was amazing meeting new people and hearing about their travels. Surfing was a great experience. Each host was better than the last. I love meeting new people and finding out how we truly live and breath.
Books books books! Philosophy, Independent Films, Generosity, Thrift Stores, Music! Flip Flops, Comedy, Guitar players, Mountains, Candles, Gypsy's, Writing, READING, hiking, redecorating. I love pictures, friends, coffee and gettin' weird.
Music, Movies, and Books
My own Private Idaho,
Lost in Translation,
Catcher in the Rye,
PostSecrets (Look it up!,)
One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest,
Music & Lyrics,
The Basketball Diaries,
500 Days of Summer,
Where The Wild Things Are,
The Giving Tree,
The Dharma Bums,
The Perks of being a Wallflower
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Spending half a year working in Yellowstone National Park was quite the experience. I learned a lot about myself, my boundaries, and about relationships.
Met really amazing people who I will love forever. Definitely very challenging though.
Really good at drinking too much coffee.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I have a few silly stories and can make a pretty palatable vegetarian lasagna :)
Countries I’ve Visited
Countries I’ve Lived In