I seek a kindred spirit, a man of warmth and intellect -- an adventurer, willing to move beyond his comfort zone to explore with me the hidden corners of the earth (and each other). We share long, gorgeous Sunday afternoons of passion. And even simple things become a joy.
I grew up in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and am happiest outside: on a mountain, amongst the trees, inhaling the roses, in the snow, on ice, in/on the water, IN THE AIR, sailing or in a private plane.
The man of my dreams is fit, active, smart, sexy, loving and not even close to quitting -- ready for new experiences & adventures.
My most compatible match is a professional, with educational achievements similar to my own. (I completed a graduate degree ++)
Let’s create an enduring synergy of sensual affection, mutual respect and imagination.
We take up space, consume, use resources. I feel obliged to give back, to the best of my abilities. I'm especially attracted to a man who is also actively working to make our world a better place.
Whatever your politics, you are tolerant of the opinions of others. In interest of full disclosure, I am left of center on social & environmental issues; wish we had better strategies than bombs for stopping the world's brutes. Pragmatic on economics. In favor of total overhaul of our tax code.
My Myers Briggs = ENTJ, and while a born leader, I'm all woman. Trust me on that.
No players, please. No STDs. No control-substance or alcohol dependents. Thank you.
Music: Pink Martini, Gipsy Kings, David Byrne, Björk, Eurythmics, Gotan Project, Manu chow, Cesária Évora, Miles Davis, Gaelic Storm, Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Strayhorn, Sarah Vaughn, David Bowie, Nina Simone, Tom Waits.
Movies: Blade Runner, Waking Life, Momento, RED (quirky/funny favorite!!), Brother From Another Planet, Liquid Sky, Body Heat, Out of Africa, Shakespeare in Love, Somewhere in Time, The Pianist, Winged Migration, Wings of Desire; Wim Wenders' "Pina" about Pina Bausch.
Books: I am constantly reading. Here are some current ones: "A Life Sacred & Profane: Caravaggio"; "The Moonstone" by Wilkie Collins; Sandra Mackey's "The Saudis: Inside the Desert Kingdom"; Freakonomics (amazing stuff!); the Dragon Tattoo Girl books; The Women of the Caesars; The Secret History of the Mongols; The Lost Painting (about a lost Caravaggio masterpiece); Shakespeare: A Life; Celtic Warriors; Courtly Love; Against all Enemies; Arthur's Britain; A History of Gaul; The Kite Runner, Conn Iggulden's series of books on Genghis Kahn; Martin Cruz Smith's Gorky Park and the 5 sequels...
New ideas excite me. Let's invent some