I read somewhere that you will attract more responses if you write more. But it seems that the exhaustively long profiles I've read don't really tell me more than the short ones. In fact, after awhile they all start to sound the same.
It's really a question of basic common interests and a face-to-face meeting, yes?
So here goes:
Just a regular little Irish-American girl living happily on my place in the country after a series of adventures in other locales. I am a happy, successful person and enjoy being very active.
I love my animals, but they aren't people, they're animals. I ride horses, but have no expectation that you will be enamored with them. Probably better if you aren't afraid of them.
I love Montana, except the winter is too cold. I loved working cattle there. I loved watching the fog roll in across the ocean toward my house in San Francisco. I love the Half Moon Bay docks when the fishing boats come in.
It was fun singing in St Mark's Cathedral in Venice. It was fun sliding partway down from the summit of Mt. Whitney on my fanny.
What do you love; where did you have fun?
Are you up for intelligent conversation? Can you be authentic and honorable? Can you smile at adversity? Do you enjoy working together as much as playing together? Do you "get " dry humor? Are you ready for adventure?
The angels whisper in my ear "Life is short; embrace it all and hold tight."
Respond if you do not intend to "go gentle into that good night."