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  • Endel, 68 from Spencer, MA
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    68, Spencer, MA
    My family is my two dogs. Do everything with them, relax eat sleep work. Work is lots slower now but i am making do. Must have quality music every day, classical or jazz. Routinely attend concerts. Good cook, value home life. Indeed prefer to stay at home in most circumstances. Whatever looking for can be found within. Would very much also like to say between. Meaning by both talk and silence matters.
  • Karen, 64 from Leominster, MA
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    64, Leominster, MA
  • Teresa, 31 from Worcester, MA
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    31, Worcester, MA
    I love people, understand them, care them. I am Vietnamese, not Japanese or Chinese. There is a big community of Vietnamese in California because in 1975 when the South Vietnam government left Vietnam run to America after they were beaten up by the North government, many staffs who worked for America were picked up by air plane, many other staffs and other citizens took the boat with more than 50% risk of dead included being robbed by pirates, sexual abuse especially women, being thrown to the sea, being hungry and thirsty on the salt water ocean and there were of a lot people died from the war and died from escaping. People who did not left Vietnam during that time and worked for the South were put into the prison for many years. Many family were separated due to the war. Most of people in the South, some in the North but worked for the South also run to America in 1975 on boats like Mayflower boats to have freedom, jobs and not being hungry. Most of Vietnamese do nails especially elder, international students, and old people with language barrier. They try not be to homeless or do prostitution to pay rent, take care their kids, old parents, school tuitions. I know many Vietnamese girls who are nail, facial, wax, eyelash extension salon owner can make 100 thousand dollars per year, they married White guys, Black guys, Spanish guys. My friend, she owns a salon, and and she opened a beauty academy school to help elder or non-English speaker, students get jobs anytime they want, she married a White blond hair guy, they are always in love and have a child as well. He looks young, cool around his 20's and she looks petite,does not have enough electricity or water body parts ( not have a big ass or a coconut size chest) but they are always in love. Vietnamese people are not the same, everyone is different, someone just care money only, but there are many people who have a good will, mind and heart. Many Vietnamese are doctors, engineers, all my cousins here graduated from college, one has master in finance, one has pHD in computer science, one is electrical engineer. They made a decent living.
  • Paul, 65 from Athol, MA
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    65, Athol, MA
    Like being outdoors,fly fishing ;any kind of fishing.camping,canoeing, kayaking.spend time each morning with my higher power asking for help with my day. Enjoy a good book,Lawrence Block,Carl Haisson. History favorite subject. Bird watching feed them during winter. Try to influence my child,not to successful,still hoping though. Just trying to live and let live.
  • Dan, 40 from Worcester, MA
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    40, Worcester, MA
    Born in Worcester, I've moved around a bit both for work and exploration. I've lived in Iowa, Chicago, New York City, Detroit, and more recently closer to my own hometown. I'm looking to settle down and stay in Massachusetts, the great land of Dunkin Donuts and too much snow. I've slept on a sidewalk outside of an Iowa supermarket (1990s scheduling mishap that could have been avoided had smartphones or direct deposit been invented by then), on the roof of a house in a small Midwestern town, in all of the five boroughs of NYC (that's right: even Staten Island). I've spent time everywhere from jail with Ben from Ben and Jerry's (Iraq War civil disobedience) to diplomatic receptions at the UN, mostly thrown by rogue states - couldn't get into to the "cool kids" parties thrown by the UK, France, Canada, etc. I like film, politics, current events, trying new foods, New England, practical jokes, traveling to other countries (theoretically -- haven't actually been anywhere besides the U.S., Canada, and the Bahamas, though), politics, etc., time with friends, family.