I love living by the bay and visiting neighbors for pot luck dinners and taking hikes to the top of the hill behind me. Recently I rented a big warehouse with old wooden floors in an industrial area of San Rafael where I'm building, painting, sewing and drawing. I need someone to show me how to use a new radial arm saw I purchased. It scares me to death so I stare at it everyday. I'm building pages for a custom website for my business (I've always been in business for myself because no one will take me). I'm rather spirited, easily excitable and jump at the opportunity to stretch my limits. If you're thinking to settle down into retirement, sipping ice tea on the deck of some cruise ship...I'm probably not your gal.
My newest thrill is a fujifilmx100s digital camera that has me obsessed in learning the settings. I love love love to shoot and this camera is heavenly small designed like the old film cameras with f-stops and shutter speed dials in the right place... oh....am I boring you? Did I say I can get carried away?....
I have two young beautiful daughters who I adore. They are my best production ever.
Here's what I want in a man: someone who has his life pretty well mapped out but can change at the drop of a hat if the desire hits him. He's flexible as well as reliable. He's not obsessed with showing all that he has but more of what he enjoys. He doesn't need me to make him complete yet he finds me irresistible. A person who's rich in culture, stature and moral values but maybe a bit quirky and satirical. He must do the dishes with only a women's apron on once in awhile, 'cause he lost a game of dominoes and has to open the secret envelope of 'my momentary desires', poor soul.......oh lordeeee....maybe you should run for the hills if you could be this man.....
I'm not sure what one might find in me, except that I can be ecstatically fun, play under the covers in a fit of laughter or talking about something quite serious and deep. When it's all said and done...we only have this brief time on earth and having the time of our lives is the point, don't ya think?