Happy thoughts ... ok ... um ... if Yellowstone blows and causes just the right domino effect of earthquakes, everything between Oregon and Southern Utah/Arizona could fall into the center of the earth and the planet squeezes together to close the gap, thus putting our locales right next to each other, thus we'd be within commuting distance to go on a date.
Or, someone from this group might go on vacation where someone else on this group lives and the date could happen that way. Although not nearly so colorful or interesting as that first scenario.
Hmmm my profile pic is just about as recent as it gets (drinking tea sitting on a ball in my new apartment, sorry it's a bit blurry, my friend isn't very good at that :P ). Pertinent info? Ummm, 28, married to and divorced from a devout christian, back in school for a science degree, and looking to spend some time with people who don't believe that a sky-daddy is watching them fool around :P
Hi. I'm a 55-year old single female, Vermont (former urbanite), no children, my best friend is my dog (he's also a rabid atheist, of course). Still looking after all these years for a like-minded human male. I think we should have a secret handshake so that we can find each other in a crowd...any suggestions? Maybe a discreet tatoo? NSD? (No Sky-Daddy?) I'm a sculptor (mixed media), willing to move, want to build and live in an underground house. Looking forward to meeting some of you at the AAI convention in October.
I'm Brooks, its my last name but I've been Brooks since I was a kid and I'll probably always be Brooks. I'm 34 and live in Louisville, KY and work as an IT manager.
I have a few close friends who are non beleivers but almost everyone else I know are christians. I was raised Catholic until around 10 or 11 when my parents gave me the choice to go or not. I've never been married and have no kids.
I like the outdoors ,especially music festivals like Bonnaroo. In my free time I try to go see as much live music as I can. If the suns out and the musics good, all the rest alwaysl falls into place.
Hey, at least there are people from your state, and women on your end of the country. I'm starting to wonder if I'm the only female atheist in the Southwestern U.S. I'd have expected a lot of people here from Southern California at least!