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I like to have fun (and hope I'm fun to be with!) I'm more than happy to sit and listen to people tell me about their interests and experiences as well as go out and have my own. I like going out and being social and active, but I also like to have "quiet time" where I can just be alone and relax and do things by myself. I like to be crafty and have a wide array of hobbies (sewing, drawing, bartending, fire-spinning, just to name a few). I love music, art, science, and any kind of new activities. My favorite "tourist attraction" in Boston is the Boston Museum of science, which I could never be bored with no matter how many times I see the same exhibits.
I'm a vocalist in a post-punk/alt-rock band and it's been an amazing experience so far. I love going to shows, seeing theater performances (when I have the chance), and exploring places I've never been (especially in cities). I also love food and trying different flavors from different places around the world and I'll occasionally take a step outside the comfort zone to try something completely unlike anything I've had before. Hopefully when my friends talk about me, they say awesome things!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I've provided couch space to many friends, acquaintances, and friends of friends, some of which may be members of the CouchSurfing community, but nothing "official".
None so far!
science & engineering, music, theater, art, literature, gaming, comic books, comic book conventions, festivals of all types, historical locations, architecture, parks, rock climbing, food, city life, balance of fun and relaxation
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Being part of Totenkitten at Firefly 2012 (my first Burner event ever!). It was a great experience, both participating and preparing for the event. Watching the 2-story tall brush-wood bug go up in flames and burning on through the night was an amazing sight, and being part of the entourage that everyone at the event seems to both fear and love is an amazing feeling, but there's nothing more satisfying than the wooden temple you just spent weeks building, then going up in flames, described as one of "the most amazing burns I've ever seen" and actually moving people to tears.
Being on stage and performing for a crowd is always enjoyable, even when the crowd's not always into it. But those few times when the people watching you are truly captivated, excited at what they're seeing and hearing, and the energy in the room mixes perfectly with the energy on stage, it's one of the most amazing feelings I've ever felt.
Countries I’ve Visited
Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In