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Here we go. I'll make myself sound extremely fun to be around.
Let me just say one thing first: I love pork. There's nothing better than roasted pork tenderloin, perhaps wrapped in bacon with a honey, balsamic vinegar, and red wine sauce. I could eat pork breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
I'm from California, so I'm not a typical Northwestern person. I like recycling, but composting is the absolute worst. I like saving the world and being green friendly, but I'm also cheap and hate buying more expensive green products.
I love to travel and experience new things. I'm always looking for an inexpensive getaway for a week or weekend. (We may have that in common?) I'm also an introvert, which makes me kind of a contradiction since I'm also really loud and possibly obnoxious.
My life motto: Don't be an a-hole. And that is the truth. And be extra nice to people in service jobs, k thanks.
People tell me I'm funny. It's true. I am funny. Someone told me I'm captivating the other day. That just makes me roll my eyes though.
I am a fanboy for Jurassic Park. It's my favorite movie, and I will not tolerate anyone disliking it! You can dislike numbers 2-4 though. I won't fault you that. Maybe just don't bring it up. ;)
I'm also a ridiculous fan of Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire. Maybe you'll see my tattoo from the novels. MAYBE NOT.
My favorite all time place to travel is South Lake Tahoe. I grew up going there every year, and it just doesn't get any better than that. There is something particularly magnificent about its smell. Pine trees are my favorite. You might notice that in my tree-themed library/entryway. I love trees.
Places I've traveled to: Caribbean, France, Spain, Italy, Monaco, Israel, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Hawaii, Grand Canyon, Chicago, Boston, Vancouver, BC, Portland, OR, Ukraine, Austria, Hungary, Thailand, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, and New Zealand. My next trips are Iceland and South Africa! I'm visiting a past airbnb guest. I CAN'T WAIT!
Places I've lived: Sacramento area, CA, Salt Lake City, UT, and Seattle, WA.
I don't have five things I can't live without. I have one. And that is my smart phone. I will die before I give it up. It is always within a foot of me, and I feel lost without it.
As a host, I hope I'm welcoming and provide a few laughs and fantastic food recommendations. Or we might not even meet. It all depends on the day! My full-time job is unpredictable. My house may not be the place for you if you depend on having a host there all the time to make you breakfast, entertain you, or turn your bed down at night. I can either be the busiest person or the biggest couch potato in the world. Next week, I'm working 12-14 hours every day. The week after, not so much.
Cool fact: I could say "hello," "goodbye," "thank you," and the number 2 in 5-10 languages. I was that awesome. But now I'm not as awesome and lost this skill. Help me learn again?