I was born in this small town and have lived here all my life, excepting a year I spent in England when I was 6. Despite what others say, I think our town really isn’t that bad: compared to other towns our size in the American west, we are really quite cosmopolitan.
I like the rain, quiet days, a nice hot cup of tea, the color blue, adventure, relaxing, getting things done, interesting books and beautiful things.
Myers-Briggs categorizes me as an ISFJ or a “conservator.” I’m a rather personal person; I don’t post often on Wandering Pedestrians. And when I do, it usually has something to do with one of my interests, not my feelings. That doesn’t mean I don’t have feelings; I deeply care about all the other Wandering Pedestrians. For me, this blog is one way to keep up with what’s happening in their lives.
- Movies – Casablanca, The Third Man, The Harmonists, Good Will Hunting
- Songs – You’re Beautiful by James Blunt, What Is Love? by Haddaway
- T.V. Shows – M*A*S*H, Nero Wolfe
- Plays – The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde, The Crucible by Arthur Miller
- Books – Red Sky at Morning by Richard Bradford, Night by Elie Wiesel, The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
- “Life is like a sewer; what you get out of it depends on what you put into it.” -Tom Lehrer
- “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” -Chinese Proverb
- “All is fair in love and war.”
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