The Wind Beneath My Chicken Wings

seth’s thoughts on chicken, bed desks, airlines, dc, crock pots and more…

About Seth June 8, 2007

seth in cairo

Well…

I’m 30 years old; I live in Washington DC with my partner Luke in a cozy one bedroom apartment near Logan Circle; I work for a large nonprofit, I believe in nonprofits though I’m personally a for-profit; I’m in love with cities, with bridges, with skylines, and with maps and airports (and especially maps of airports); I used to read 3 books a week and but now I’ve read 3 books all year, though I subscribe to 7 magazines; I get excited about little things, as you’re sure to read about in the coming blogs; I’m a former night-person who has turned into a morning person and I have no regrets about either; When I was a kid, if my mom didn’t have bacon bits, I’d throw a fit and to be perfectly honest, I don’t know if I’m over this phase yet.

So far I’ve lived in the following places: Brooklyn & NY, NY (13 non-consecutive years); Glen Spey, NY (5 years); Poughkeepsie, NY (2 years); Framingham, MA (7 years); Wang Thong, Thailand (2 years); Washington DC (2 year). Somewhere in here were 3 months waiting tables in San Francisco during a summer when I couldn’t bare anything and 6 months in Amsterdam during a semester when I couldn’t do anything.

I’m a brother, a son, an uncle, a grandson who never forgets to call his grandma, a nephew, a cousin, a partner, and a best friend; I’m a democrat, a scuba diver, a kia driver, a disaster volunteer, a porch sitter, a diehard New York Yankees fan, a scotch drinker, a pro bono travel agent, a fantasy baseball & football team manager, a returned Peace Corps volunteer, an nyu alumni, and I used to write poems about salmon and sing songs about Eskimos.

Now, I write this blog. I hope you enjoy it.

 

6 Responses to “About Seth”

  1. beckE Says:

    Will you be posting some of those old salmon poems? miss them

  2. Jeremy Says:

    I’m glad that you mentioned that you are a KIA driver. That’s KEY!!

  3. older sister Says:

    lets talk about the salmon poems…any hints on where the salmon currently resides?

  4. DAVID EDELSON,UNCLE Says:

    LUKE IS VERY WISE.

    AND YOU COULD BE THE FIRST PERSON IN SF THAT COULDN’T “BARE” ANYTHING. I’M SURE THAT WAS UNBEARABLE.

    ENJOY.LOVE, D

  5. Papa jeff Says:

    Oh great Salmon can…. Where fore art thou?

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