Heading to the coast for celebration with family and friends. Bard on the Beach here I come. Back in time for the Penticton Scottish Festival! Let the good times roll!
“Sometimes,' said Pooh, 'the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.”
Ethical hedonism is the idea that all people have the right to do everything in their power to achieve the greatest amount of pleasure possible to them, assuming that their actions do not infringe on the equal rights of others.
Drink what? Drugs? prescription or recreational? Those questions are strange and misleading. Meet the person and ask the questions. Get the full experience. Occasional smoker of what? Social drinker means how many bottles of wine per evening? I've had some interesting experiences on this site with prescription addicts and alcohol abusers. What they put in their profile is not necessarily "the truth" and sometimes not even close.
You don't have to think like me, dress like me, dance like me, look like me.... I already live with myself... I am open to you. Tell me what sets your heart and soul on fire. What in the world excites you? Tell me all the good that is in your life.
Not looking for racism, homophobia, rudeness, disrespect or hate. If those are your focus then we won't get along.
Dreaming of water and a garden and perhaps a dog. Balcony dirt just isn't like earth energy. A wee house on the water, a dock, a couple of chickens. Sunny days with just enough rain to keep everything growing. Starry nights to make wishes on and be amazed together. Holding hands and holding hearts. Live music, a play now and again, friends, family, each other. One must keep dreaming and not give up hope, ever.
Shared dreams, shared aspirations. Loving support through the rough spots and celebrating every day joy.
Let's go places and do stuff... keep the curiosity of this magnificent life on earth alive. Road trips! Back roads and highways and byways. Tents and hotels and hostels and ... possibilities.
I have learned that money allows for enjoyment of many things but love will see you through anything. It takes a willingness to dive deep and know when to come up for air and share the experience.
If we made it to 60 there is bound to be some part of the body that doesn't work like when you were 20. Regaling me with all your health challenges is not a fun first meet. Although it does steer me clear and quickly
Love and relationship is not for the faint of heart. Only those with courage and strength..... can create the life of their dreams. I'm open to love on so many levels and looking forward to exploring it with you.
First meeting? ... a walk along the lake, beverage in hand. Share a meal. Scour an old bookstore. Explore a museum, Kelowna has 5. Meet your mother... or mine.lol Now that could be very, very interesting. Possibilities are endless.