I love dogs, Indian food, NPR, fine art and the comedic genius of Woody Allen.
I enjoy kicking back over a beer and going to a baseball game, especially when said baseball game features my beloved hometown team, the Kansas City Royals. I came to Boston to go to Brandeis where I spent my undergraduate years studying History, Art History, Spanish, Studio Art and general nerdom.
My new year’s resolutions this year were to floss more and spend more time in nature. I am looking for someone who will push me to do both considering I haven’t made much progress on my own. Most importantly, I am looking for someone who makes me laugh and can laugh at himself. There is nothing more critical to a relationship than laughter.
In addition to my full time job at a non-profit art gallery, I teach Hebrew School part time because if you haven’t had 15 eight-year-olds yelling at you about how much they hate Israeli dancing, then you simply haven’t lived.
I love to cook. I especially enjoy finding new and innovative ways to use my slow cooker and rice cooker, and I can easily spend several hours blissfully shopping in any Indian or Armenian specialty food store.
I strongly believe in the importance of travel and living in new places, and I would like to meet someone who shares my love of adventure. A friend once told me that you should never not do something out of pure laziness, and that is how I try to live my life. I try to have few regrets and be open to new experiences. I also live by Ellen Degeneres’s famous mantra “procrastinate now, not later.” Finding a way to reconcile these two competing principles is a challenge, but hey, we would be nothing without our internal contradictions. That’s what makes life interesting.