Although being on the computer is a part of my life at work, as well as at home, I am a very active person who enjoys the outdoors. I enjoy walking. When I say that I walk, I walk all over and around having many routes, destinations, as well as venues. I have the Allston to Brighton jaunt, the Back Bay way, the Beacon Hill journey, the Brookline destination, the Cambridge route, the walk along the Charles River, the Colchester loop, the Fenway Park frolic, the Gardner Lake course, the Malden path, the Newton Center stroll, the Quincy Center strut, the Revere Beach boardwalk, the wander through the West End, the Salmon River Forest trail, the Somerville, Medford, Everett trek, the Valley Stream venue and of course the Charlestown around Boston walk. Hiking around bodies of water, up as well as down hills, through the country, as well as the city, across all types of terrain, is a fantastic way to relax, unwind, exercise, explore, as well as appreciate the outdoor territory. Running is for my body, as well as for my mind. I have my city run, country run, dawn run, dream run, dusk run, easy run, fast run, fun run, hard run, interesting run, moderate run, modest run, scenic run, slow run, smart run, sweaty run, tough run and treacherous run. I was a competitive runner in high school, as well as in college. These days, I just run for fun. Running a road race really intrigues me. I run not for the competition, but for the camaraderie, enjoyment, excitement, exercise, friendship, fun, rapport and the sportsmanship that running provides. Running helps me to get psyched, as well as unwind and I find it so very therapeutic. Running is medicine for my mind and therapy for my body. I often think really deep thoughts when I am running. Watching TV which includes comedy, documentaries, drama, educational programs, history, horror, movies, news, science, science fiction, sports and westerns is one of the ways that I relax. Art, computers, cooking, dining, family, food, history, science, science fiction, shopping, sports and traveling are some of my varied interests. I am always wide open to brand new activities and other exciting adventures. Born in Brooklyn, New York, raised in Colchester, Connecticut, the Charlestown section of Boston, Massachusetts is now my home and I feel very grounded here. I really enjoy living, learning, working, dining, socializing and playing here in the greater Boston area. Yet I still appreciate, enjoy and look forward to visiting with my family in the country, as well as my friends in the country that I am very close with. Birthdays, holidays, as well other festive fun events are celebrated in my family who have quite a sense of humor making everyone feel right at home where the nicknames are abundant with tons of fun, fantastic conversations and a lot of really delicious food to eat. Thank you so very much for checking out my profile. I do hope that you will want to get to know me better? I certainly would like to get to know you!