I split time between Portland, Oregon and South Jordan, Utah, mostly in So Jo, Utah.
I like humor that is un-pc.
I love Kermit. His performance of "Being Green" is a fave.
I am *way* over-educated, to the point I know everything.
The one thing I *really* know, is that I know nothing.
I am really "into" music, both listening and performing.
I am really not "into" country music, although I appreciate it.
I dislike the word "mucus".
I love dogs but only just like cats as I'm slightly allergic.
I have a cat but not a dog.
I love someone with a sense of humor as mine, above all other traits in women.
I think the word "obviously" is a rude & irrelevant word.
I have a soft spot for adventure and romantic comedies.
I don't sing in the shower but sing in the car.
I love exploring nearby places.
I wish I had more time and money to explore far-away places.
I like the smell of coffee but don't drink it primarily because it tastes bad, and also because it isn't good for me.
I like fresh flowers in my home, but would never admit that to other guys.
I like talking on the phone better than texting.
I dislike doing laundry,especially ironing.
I love live theatre, live music and live comedy.
I love lively people.
I think there is balance when it comes to squeezing toothpaste with using the middle & end.
I like staying up late and sleeping in.
I almost always go to bed early and hardly ever sleep in.
I love standing around and talking outside.
I love the smell of green peppers, especially when making a gumbo.
I am from Louisiana, a state that is very good at defining you.
I love driving. Actually, more like, I love taking car trips.
I dislike the phrase "think outside the box."
I like the city and the country but would always want to live close to a city.
I am bad luck when it comes to grocery lines, so if you see me in one, pick another line.
I love looking at old photographs of cities I know well.
I dislike bare white walls.
I like drawing.
I am not very good at drawing, except I can do a mean poinsettia.
I love my SCUBA gear, my mountain bike, my cycle, and my kayak, if one can actually "love" inanimate objects.
I love buildings that invite me in by their design.
I love people that have figured out their passion in life & live it.
I love people who see life as one great big learning experience, both from its challenges and from its opportunities.
I love even more, those who view life with infinitesimally more opportunities than challenges.
I love the gospel.
I find myself wanting to be doing other spiritual things like be outside or play music in the Sunday morning Irish jam session, than attend church. I attend church anyway.