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47 F Belmont, MA

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Last Online
Jul 27
5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body Type
Graduated from masters program
Banking / Finance
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Likes dogs
English (Fluently), German (Okay), Estonian (Okay), Indonesian

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My self-summary
Let's see... I have a range of social/romantic arrangements in mind to share via this. Am quite comfortable with my life and my values and progressive social space.

I'm a forests and rivers person, mountains and swamps- only lately coming to appreciate beaches. Body surfing! Love New Orleans, San Francisco and tons of dancing. I stormchase and adore autumn most; I do and attend storytellings. I like meaningful traditions, private and group special bonding moments. Organized religion, not so much.

There's a llama named Calliope, whose description amuses and suits me: "Calliope likes treats and all sorts of mental stimulation, ie: INPUT! She also likes space to roam and hills to climb and posture from..." Posture, do yoga, cavort, dance up there.

I am audacious, sybaritic, and a bit loquacious
What I’m doing with my life
A lot of dance, singing, theater, active athletic pastimes. Many culinary experiments, container veg and herb gardening, enjoying Boston-area theater
Cycling, kayaking, running, hiking, x-c skiing, etc. Dragon Boat racing, this year! A 5K or cycling race soon.

work: a little telecom and finance, a little business analysis - the master's degrees had indeed little to do w/ these

theatrically: a few recent roles- dramatic, G&S operetta, 'live radio' shows, formerly cabaret and choral performance too

travel: I manage to travel, almost yearly. Most recently to Peru, Colorado, to see polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba. And I miss Indonesia.

Actively/Socially: blues, contra, Tech Squares and swing dance, biking and kayaking a lot, hiking, snow skiing, soccer, tennis, volleyball...
I’m really good at
tenacious curiosity, analytical vigor. Disambiguating and disentangling number, financial, and other things.
Communication of experiences and about interactions

banter, gentle extroversion, nonverbal interplay. noncritical appreciation
The first things people usually notice about me
My curly bangs. A certain flair I tend to give my eyes.
A third feature {'it's a feature, not a bug!'} notable in the pics

an alertness, wryness, my open and plucky nature
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Lit: 5 bookcases, man. Shakespeare, Barbara Kingsolver, Tom Stoppard, Edward Albee, Armistead Maupin, Vikram Seth, Milan Kundera. David Brin, Lois M. Bujold, Orson Scott Card(sorry), humorists like Cynthia Heimel. Also world folktales and epics. The Mahabhrata, Ramayana. Am drawn to S. East Asia.

Film: new filmmakers, classics, animation, mockumentaries like the Aussie "Cane Toads" flick. Serenity, Hot Fuzz, the Marvel movies, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Me, You and Everyone We Know, Boston Underground film, ALL B/Pride and Prejudice versions. Oh, the LOTR Trilogy, Triplets of Belleville, Run Lola Run, Dark City, Sin City, Waking Ned Devine...

I'm a bit anti-tv! Yet... Dexter, Dr. Who, Six Feet Under, Downton Abbey, the British Sherlock Holmes. Generally after their airing. Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Rachel Maddow.

Music: 70's, 80's, funk, jazz, torch singers, blues, brass, harmonica(harp!). Björk, Etta James, Sarah Vaughn, NIN, Portishead, Cocteau Twins, Spearhead, Charlie Hunter Trio, Jamiroquai, Stereo MC's, The BOBS, Vampire Weekend, Flight of the Conchords... Play a little keyboards, sing incessantly.

Comestibles: Am a mad epicure, not that Thin Mints aren't wuv too- love Moroccan, Indian, Thai, dim sum, sushi, mole enchiladas. Increasingly I make these various cuisines. Also make bread, yogurt, do CSA/homestead-y activities.

Alcohol: Mead, mojitos, cordials, sake. Bourbon drinks, single malts. Dark beers, Dixie "Blackened Voodoo" lager, "Trois Pistoles" dark ale 'that lingers like old port wine.' It does! Then again, I spend hardly any time drinking.

TL:DR? Hey, I can't remember this list on demand either. :-)
The six things I could never do without
Career practicality.

dance, music (most of which I soon start) singing

friends and socialness, trust and confidences

witty repartee, verbal engagement, evocative and noire-y dialog

sensuality, in colors and textures, in touch

a host of brain-feeding pursuits, my broad set of 'geekdoms'
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the latest smorgasbord of news clips and clever links via social networking; just like you do, admit it.

the latest bit of lit I found at a used bookstore, creative ideas sparked by others' articles, theatrical offerings, philosophical rants

making my local and more farflung world better. Amazed at the many political changes lately, delighted by many, critically examining the lot.
On a typical Friday night I am
outta the work clothes and into a sarong, whatever the season
swing dancing
catching a movie, seeing a show, going to a party, dancing reading voraciously in my nest
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
that I have probably punned around with your word choice in my head. *g* And possibly internally studied your accent/inflection/vocal quirks as an (amateur) 'actor' might.

that I have a strong sense of boundaries you should assume you stand outside of until I am comfortable with you; I extend the same courtesy to others. I dislike controlling, pushy, 'Type A' people who assume all data is theirs to demand.

that sexuality and sexual fantasy are something of a hobby. Yet the simplest touches and moments can overthrow me completely "the smallest twine may move me" (da Bard)

Darn right, I'm GGG. Aren't you?
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi girls
  • Ages 35–53
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
something here intrigues you

you love dance and odd adventures

you've stumbled on a new wonder and want to share it with someone

reading to someone and being read to appeals to you

the whim of the moment moves you

So many of you make great impressions. If you chose an age range that excludes me, I passed on messaging- but you might consider it. :-)

Oh, also, an opening message that isn't even a full sentence won't actually succeed in getting my attention. You do need to put in a bit more effort to start out.