I’m one of these freaks whom you can observe doing silly stuff in water by the Likeshore dr. on a windy day anywhere from early April all the way to December. I’m also one of these people who can actually have fun while staying in all-Inclusive resorts down South - given that there’s wind of course - otherwise we’re probably the most miserable creatures in that geographical location in that point in time.
Which being said - I don’t like being defined by what I do in my spare time. If anything - it’s not what I do that counts, but whom I’m becoming in the process. This is the activity where I lose and find my-self, my meditation, way of connecting with nature, my reason for spontaneous road-trips and for traveling. What’s yours?
I tend to limit my circle of friends by people who are authentic, well-grounded, and centered.
I can perfectly understand how receiving hundreds and hundreds of messages with the same, interview-type questions might make some women around here feel socially - occupied and in demand. Well, thing is - I’m not interested in “if you want to know more - just ask”-games. If you’re clinically unable to express what’s alive in you in a few clear sentences - we probably won’t get along anyways.
As far as my reasons for being here goes, let’s put it this way - I’m looking for new connections with like-minded people, have fun, socialize, etc. Where it may lead - is up to us.
In no particular order of preference:
-Spontaneous road trip
-Trying some restaurant where none of us has ever been before
-Dog walk around Mont-Royal
-Lifting, kiting or river-surfing session (I could probably use some coaching with that last one).
And feel totally free to bring up other ideas.