I recently found an email exchange from 2006 with a friend of mine and I told her "Hating everything is too exhausting and loving everything is too dangerous. My life is about finding a comfortable center." I miss that guy.
Moved to Seattle after a decade in LA back in March.
I like to disappear. I laugh at "messed up" stuff. They say I can be insanely glib. I call it devil-may-care but have no idea what that actually means. I love to argue and I am fairly good at it and I don't even need to believe in the position I take. I like to wear suits and ties. They make me feel fancy. I make funny faces. I never smile but I constantly smirk or the kind of grin this website won't let me say.
I have a talent for pretending to be a mature, well-adjusted adult when the circumstances call for it.
I have super strong opinions and beliefs and do absolutely nothing about them. I just like having them.
I don't vote.
I'm a published author but I listed my profession as other because I haven't been paid to write anything in over a year, haven't even tried in about 6 months, and am back to being a soulless administrator. However, I hold out hope that I will eventually finish the three novels I've spent a quarter of my life working on.
My friends are my family. My family are mainly people I barely know and barely know me. Not a filial person but I am fiercely loyal.
I am always writing, even when I'm not. Hope you've always dreamed of being thinly-veiled. As a result, I have tendency to treat most people as though they were characters in a book about my life.
I will randomly quote Louis CK stand up or Arrested Development. And sometimes it is completely appropriate. I am open-minded. I am often contrary for no reason other than being bored.
I hate making plans because I hate flaking. But I will flake if not flaking gets in the way of me doing what I want to do.
You should message me if:
The power of Christ compels you.