I recently climbed Mt. Whitney in one day and hula-hooped on the summit. Played the drum many times inside the circle while fire dancers performed at Burning Man. I’ve backpacked solo through Central and South America, and got stranded more than once. Just recently returned from a weekend camping trip to Harbin Hot Springs. Art, culture, and adventure are all activities I participate in and look forward to. I'm planning a trip to Cuba next. Do you have any experiences/tips/advice to share?
In my free time, you might find me at the farmer's market, trying new restaurants, creating functional pottery, dancing around the house while listening to music, hiking in the hills, doing some yoga, or cooking at home. I also enjoy museum visits, weekend trips, film festivals, live music, street fairs, etc. Any activity can be more enjoyable with the right company!
I laugh easily and often, I’m playful and affectionate, and I believe in treating people with kindness. Intelligent, easy-going, sensual, honest, ethical and self-aware too. I take care of my responsibilities and expect you to do the same. I’m a devoted and nurturing mother to my son, and share 50/50 custody with his father.
What I am seeking is a relationship of equals: A man who will be my best friend as well as my lover. Someone who will make me a priority in his life, as I will do the same for him. A “grown-up” who communicates openly, desires intimacy on all levels, enjoys PDA, follows through on his promises, and has a career that affords him some financial stability. He practices doing the right thing, even if it may not be the easy thing. His honesty and integrity is beyond reproach. The type of relationship I want might be called "monogamish" (bonus points if you know the reference!), because I am happiest when significantly connected to someone. My main goal is to find a primary partner to come home to every day. As long as the foundation of our relationship is solid, we can customize everything else (including any future "openness") into what works for both of us.
I believe that chemistry can only be assessed face-to-face. A first date ought to be something low-key and casual, such as getting a cup of coffee/tea together, or going for a walk. An environment that allows us to talk and get a sense of each other would be great.