I would love to welcome you with a lovely cocktail and some appetizers, but for now I am limited to the allure of my words...so, here are some random factoids to get us started:
*I am not a Harley fan, but I DO fantasize about owning a Vespa.
*I hope some day to learn the piano.
*I have a small dog, but do NOT force her to wear clothes.
*I watch "Glee". (One of several guilty pleasures.)
*I prefer the dark green part of Romaine lettuce.
*Fluevog shoes curl my toes.
*You really should hear my Sharon Osbourne impression.
*Chunky or creamy peanut butter? I can't seem to commit.
I wouldn't consider myself "frilly", particularly...but I'm definitely female. The love of shoes, sparkling wine and shmoopy films. The whole girly enchilada. Does that mean that I can't dig in and get my hands dirty? Absolutely not. I just spend most of my time being presentable, which is likely a by-product of my profession. I'm happy to skip the beautification session to get out for a hike, a trip to the beach, or a day of yard work.
More than the importance of being IN good company is that I AM good company. Part of what helps to ensure that is some time unaccompanied. As a person that works closely with the public, I really enjoy a bit of quiet, private time to decompress and recharge. Then...let's go! If there's a road trip in the plan, I'm all over that. I'll go just about anywhere, if there's something to see...especially some great people watching.
Literacy means something to me. Extra points are given to those who punctuate and spell well. I am not a complete Nazi about it, just appreciate some attention to detail and an interest in better-than-average communication. Words matter, and really, they're just plain fun. If you choose to do creative things with your words, I support that. I make them up, occasionally.
It appears that there are a number of young gentlemen (WELL under 30) in the market for a "Cougar". It's lovely to think that I qualify, but just NOT something I am interested in acting upon. Thank you for the messages, but I think that I will best find what I seek among people within roughly a decade of myself, in either direction. My friend Miss Gravity concurs.