I am a fairly intelligent, active and romantic lady lawyer looking for a man who is also intelligent, romantic and likes to keep active. I enjoy exercise, walking (especially in my Willow Glen neighborhood which is blessed with many lovely trees and kids) music (I sing and play guitar). I am a big SF Giants fan and also a BIG fan of SCU Women's basketball. I enjoy reading (all types of things - but especially mysteries, suspense, and cookbooks). I love gardening-it is very sensual and destressing. I suppose I like to do the usual things - dining out, going to concerts, movies, taking long walks; I like doing puzzles - like to do all the puzzles in the newspaper. I love animals of all types - especially cats - I have two. I cannot think of a lot of things I don't like - except perhaps liver and anchovies; I guess I also don't like people who are grossly dishonest, mean, bitter, selfish and really right wing. I would like to meet someone who also likes to keep active, who likes music, likes animals and who is romantic and intelligent.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
First date huh . . . well if it was a home game week I would take you to a Giants game - but first I would whisk you away for dinner at this really great restaurant just a couple blocks down from the ball park - Delancey Street. It is a really nice restaurant (and as a special bonus the tab supports the work of the Delancey Street foundation which helps folks like my clients learn to become normal lawabiding productive people - over the years I've had a good number of clients helped by Delancey Street) anyway its a really nice restaurant (as a bonus it has awesome views of the bay!) and we'd go there first and then we'd hop on a muni trolley back down to the ball park and I'd take you to an excellent SF Giants baseball game - maybe you'd even get to see a historic home run ! Now if it were an away week . . . I'd probably take you to dinner at one of my favorite restaurants in Willow Glen or maybe I'd make you a lovely picnic dinner then we would go enjoy the "Music in the Park" downtown. Afterwards - we'd talk for quite a while discovering all the little and special things we shared . . .