I breathe, I dance, I sing, I shout, I live. The moment is important, not yesterday or tomorrow, but now. Pictures are that, just pictures. As you look at mine you will see what you want to see. Only on meeting will we know if there are possibilities.
I am a product of the 60s. My background is San Fransisco, Berkeley, the Fillmore, Carrousel Ballrom, the Avalon. Music, music fills the room, moves the soul. This was a time of passion, pain and change. I have lived in a tee pee in the woods of Oregon and in suburbia in the outskirts of Portland, Oregon, retaining a bit of both worlds.
I have been told I am a wonderful person, "full of wonder." I have never met a person that I haven't learned something from or have not found interesting. I have very little tolerance for any type of prejudice. Animals are a large part of my life. I have a passion for animal rights and their welfare.
I would love to find a "sailor", someone whose eyes and heart are open to the world, willing to travel rough seas to unseen destinations seeking adventure, discovering life's beauty along the way, yet able to enjoy the calm. An unpretentious man, with a strong shoulder and a gentle heart who wants to experience life, love and happiness. I think I am still looking for that one great love of my life. That person to dance barefoot in the rain with. Someone to catch my tears in his hands. A free spirit willing to let the wind carry us away, a smile and a twinkle in your eyes. You love animals, people, and life. You are kind and gentle, yet hold an inner strength, wise, yet innocent.
I am afraid I don't fit into any box. If you can fit yourself into a box or you are looking for someone that fits into a box then I am probably not the person you should be looking at. What I can tell you is that I am a whole human being, a whole woman, bright, intelligent, respectful, gentle, giving, caring, loving, and creative......My passion is writing and my desire is touch the heart or heal the souls of others with my words....I know my journey is not over and I would love to find that person that would want to walk, dance, laugh, and decide which path to take while holding my hand
I found this today....a smile touched my lips when I read it...."We all are a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness, is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness, and call it love".... Dr Seuss. The truth of Dr. Seuss.
I think a first meeting would be nice in a cozy espresso bar, just to be able to talk and get to know one another. A first date would be a bit different, but we would still be going through the getting to know one another phase. So I think a nice little hike down to Beaver Creek. I would pack a picnic lunch, some fruit, cheese, bread, something nice to drink. We could sit in the warmth of the sun. Take our shoes off and wiggle our toes in the cold water...talking, learning about each other, finding out our differences and the things we have in common and enjoying the beauty and the peace of this wonderful place.