What time I don’t employ turning my house into a small library, I spend rebuffing my loved ones’ attempts to domesticate me, defying the laws of physics, fiddling with my cameras, or screaming at the San Francisco Giants to “hit the damn ball!” All of this is true, more or less.
Except the defying the laws of physics part.
But maybe that’s true, too.
I graduated Berkeley ’11 with a degree in English,
a sizable knowledge of Russian swear words,
and the realization that there’s so much left for me to learn.
I live in Philadelphia with my fiancé and our two cats.
He’s a lawyer, and I’ve returned to academia at the University of Pennsylvania.
As for the cats, they mostly sleep all day and terrorize us all night.
B. and I like astronomy, baseball, poker, and trips back home to California.
I especially like crossword & Sudoku puzzles,
which are the word-nerd version of extreme sports.
I also like being sardonic, so try not to give me a
reason to mock you, because I totally will.
I am a Humanist,
which means I believe in living
a compassionate and honest life
without religion. You should try it.