I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Hi there and thanks for stopping by. And Yes I will always seek out that Road Less Traveled.....Robert Frost had it right.
So this "fish" seems to feel a little like a fish out of water. I read a lot of profiles that stress how perfect life is and how utterly satisfied and fulfilled the writer is with their current situation. Just want that special someone to share it with. I have to admit that sounds a bit like a marketing campaign to me and I'm not quite prepared to declare such perfection LOL.. I'm in a time of life where I'm taking stock, looking at what worked and what didn't, still learning about myself even at his stage of the game. We always have lessons we can learn and each interaction is unique. No, I'm not completely content, but working on it and would love a fellow traveler on the path.
I've spent a good deal of my adult life performing and traveling the country. I was on the National Tour of Phantom of the Opera for ten years. Its been an unconventional life, but I've seen a lot of places along the way. I definitely have always taken that road less traveled, literally and figuratively. As I enter a new chapter in life, I've moved to the Northern Berkshires, hoping to find the sense of place that I've not had for many years. I recently purchased two kayaks and am loving the waterways in the Northern Berkshires. I hope to find a partner for some nice paddles. I also like to hike. Dogs seem to love me (they are such good judges of character LOL) although I don't have one of my own at present.. Although I made my living in the performing arts for many years, and have a love theater and music, my first love is nature....not in just the recreational sense, but really a deep appreciation. I am looking for a deep connection, a best friend, true companion, a confidant, and an open minded partner with a sense of adventure. Being a performer, I can be quite entertaining to an appreciative audience and enjoy playful banter. My sense of humor is on the irreverent side and I love a good belly laugh at some absurd thing or other. I think shared sense of humor is extremely important in any relationship. I suppose I should list my likes and activities at this point, but when reading profiles, they all seem to say the same things, of course that cannot be. So I guess I'll leave it at that.
Moving to the Berkshires from Manhattan was a big change of course, but hoping to find like minded progressive folks up here too while enjoying the lovely nature that surrounds me. I do hope to find someone to share the next stage of life with, and I am open to finding a chemistry over time, or through that elusive immediate feeling that happens all at once.
If you think we might have some things in common, please do write.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Oh, coffee, glass of wine, a place to talk