23. Avid journal-er, knitter, sewer, bicyclist, reader, and crazy cat lady. Currently living in Ohio. Cook, baker, pizza maker, sometimes model, and expert pothole evader. I like falling snow, midnight paddles, whiskers, making things, plants, sharp cutlery, tea, hookah, and being human.
I just thought of something- I know you and Havocados are very liberal in your religious veiws, but give my idea a chance. So I’ve been a member of a Univeral Unitarian congregation, and I have to say I met some of the most like-minded people, ethically, morally. Most are extremely open minded, and many had a lot of different diets; I knew two whole families who were completely gluten free. Many vegetarians, a couple that only ate raw foods, many concerned with eating all local organic food, at least half the members even producing their own food/building their own houses/rescuing animals. Yeah I’ve never come across a more well rounded group of people, so I would highly recommend looking into a local UU congregation- you never know what you may find. Granted, each congregation can be a bit different; I may have gotten lucky with the one I went to. Website for anyone interested- http://www.uua.org/
If I see a cute person at the grocery store I always look into their trolley to see if they could be veg. Anyone else do that?
I do this with people who have kids haha, potential friends :)
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