I just turned 41 and moved back to New England after a year in NYC. I had lived in Cambridge before for the last 13 years and I am very happy to be back. Somehow Boston seems so clean now and the people are actually nice, needless to say, NYC was not for me.
I’m taking a few months off to build a design studio on my little “weekend” farm in New Hampshire. As you can see in the pictures there are lots of flowers, vegetables and apple trees.
And since all my friends are in Boston, I'll probably be down there every weekend until I move back. Can't wait to eat at Life Alive again
I hope we share some values or at least not completely disagree in most aspects of life.
I live by the “Golden Rule” but here are some more values that are important to me.
1 Freedom of Speech and Thought:
I am straight forward and truthful to myself and others.
Being kind, polite and sweet is important.
4 Preserving things:
Curiosity of how things work; satisfaction of when fixing something and it works better. Giving something more life and preserving it. Creating meaningful and beautiful products and solving problems for users
A wonderful way to understand the environment and it explains, helps us and will lead us to solve problems and find answers to questions. It is a powerful discipline.
6 Doing the right thing:
Being able to think before you do things because most decisions are not so black and white and you need to be able to look at and consider all the different factors.
I am responsible for myself. I am making my own decisions and I don’t blame someone else. Obviously when with a partner big decision are made together.
8 Living on the Edge/Danger:
Spending time on a challenge and applying critical thinking to that challenge. I like thrills and being naughty sometimes.
Being outdoors and appreciating all living things. We can learn so much from nature.
10 Financial Stability:
Don’t have to worry about how to pay the bills.
I am in control of my life or someone else who I trust is in control.
This is all just text and you have to meet me in person to really understand what I am all about.
Ha, also I am dyslexic, so feel free to point out my spelling mistakes.
PS. I am usually drawn to tall, independent and creative women with a lot of energy.
P.P.S. Bathroom selfies and photos down your shirt will not do it for me.