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If I told you I felt ageless

Would you tell me I'm not old?

21 January 1985
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I graduated two years with a double major in Studio Art and English - also known as, "Okay, now what?"

...Apparently the answer to this is, "pick up and move to Japan."

I currently teach English in Okinawa, where I spend half my work days on the internet and the other half playing the resident circus monkey and/or tape recorder, depending on the age level. Also I watch far more TV than I ever used to. But I'm also getting to travel around Asia a lot; read, sketch, and knit more; and be generally unstressed for the first time in many years. And I've just signed up for my third year here - here's to making the most of it.

Life, huh?
aesthetics, agnosticism/atheism, animation, art, art deco, art noveau, autumn, being left-handed, being lost in japan, being nerdy, bisexuality, books, boston crusaders, changing my interests, children's and ya lit, chocolate, colors, commas, computers, daydreaming, debates, design, double majoring, drawing in the margins, dreaming, drum corps, eating carbs, editing, em-dashes, english, epic karaoke sessions, everything, geeking out, ghp, going barefoot, grammar, graphic design, harold and maude, harry potter, having a five-word interest, his dark materials, house, illustration, intp, january, japan, kinsey pi, kneaded erasers, knitting, languages, learning, leonardo da vinci, living an unpredictable life, madeline l'engle, mechanical pencils, meta, mind games, modernism, movies, muppets, music, myst, mythology, neil gaiman, not being cold, obsessing over fonts, okinawa, personality theory, photoshop, politics, postmodernism, procrastination, pushing daisies, randomness, reading, reading aloud, red state liberals, religious discussions, robin mckinley, sandals, sapiosexuality, shakespeare, singing loudly, sketching, sleep, soundtracks, spring, stealing other people's interests, summer, sun, ted leo & rx, the colbert report, the daily show, the internet, the multiverse, the new pornographers, the smell of books, the smell of rain, the west wing, travelling, umberto eco, using "grey" and "gray", wacom tablets, watching geeky tv, webcomics, winterguard, worldbuilding, writing,


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