Let's see. I'm supposed to write things about myself that will entice you to contact me. I find that difficult since I'm talking to unknown people. But, if I don't tell you about myself the best I can, how will you know that I'm someone you will enjoy meeting? So, here goes:
I'm a very loving woman. I'm affectionate, devoted, inquisitive, playful, sensual, quite open, honest-almost to a fault, and I laugh and giggle often. Even more importantly, I endeavor to always be truthful and respectful. Some of the things I love to do include walking (holding hands when possible), traveling, picnicking, attending events like street fairs and craft shows, making things with my hands, going to places like a zoo, playing cards and board games, dancing (but I'm out of practice), live theater, dining out and in, sunsets, animals, romantic times under a moonlit sky, and learning something new every day when I can. One of my favorite times is cuddling at home with my love.
I'll happily try most things at least once, as long as they are legal, not morally repugnant, and don't involve heights or being under water. I love the outdoors, but I have very fair skin that burns easily, and I've become unable to handle temperature extremes. I can easily cover up and use sun screen when in the sun. However, I can't take off enough to be cool without getting arrested. Actually, I am not an exhibitionist and cannot imagine taking my clothes off in public.
I'm a one man woman who is looking for a one woman man. I don't bother with jealousy. There is no way to make someone love you. I've been single/divorced for many years, but I didn't plan it that way. I've always wanted to be in a loving relationship with a good man with whom I share beliefs, attitudes, goals, and life-both good and bad. But, I chose to be alone rather than stay in an unhappy marriage. In the last 3 years I discovered internet dating which is giving me much better prospects than waiting for someone to introduce me to men.
I was brought up on a ranch in northern Nevada. We were very isolated. Our nearest neighbor was at least 7 miles away. It taught me self reliance and to manage with what I have. I was taught to respect all people and things and to lend a hand whenever it's needed. We felt a strong connection to our home, land, and animals. While I've been gone from there for a very long time I still love open spaces. My parents didn't introduce us to any religion, but we were taught to live by the Golden Rule. They didn't call it that, but we lived our lives that way. Today I consider myself spiritual, but not religious.
Please send me a note if you like what you see.