Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Greetings to the wild ones, the men who are out there braving the
edges and the prickly bits in order to get to the really good
stuff, the authentic connection and powerful joy. Seeking a fellow
pioneer of consciousness to rock the world in tandem. Be bold.
It would be great if you loved books and movies and were insatiably
curious. I'd love to meet people, now mostly healthy, yet with a
history of having a bit of an edge, particularly artists, writers,
musicans: misfits who make the world more interesting, more rich.
Tell me you've traveled everywhere and what you loved about each
place. Tell me you've been in touch with your darkness, your self-
loathing, your fear and how how you're stepping over and through
them to the other side.
Dance like you enjoy your body and can feel the music in every
atom. Pull me into your exciting and positive world and don't tell
me you tried to do something you loved but you just couldn't make
Be the hero of your own life and you will be most welcome to
witness the wildness, mystery and powerful beauty of mine.
I am Fiery, Passionate, and Alive
What I’m doing with my life
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One thing I'm doing is writing sci-fi screenplays and dreaming up a
better world. My work has been in the top 10% of the Nicholl
Fellowship and the Austin Film Festival. Working at it, improving.
I'm just crazy about making things up.
I currently send people to Antarctica and the Galapagos Islands for
a living, a fantastic job, though I plan to make screenwriting and
running my organic clothing business my next professions. I'm also
a costumer/parade artist and perform with a parade troupe at the
Oregon Country Fair. I'm also a ritualist, an actress, an Isadora
Duncan-inspired dancer, an improv commedienne, and I professionally
read and teach the Tarot.
In June 2013 I opened an organic women's clothing boutique in NW, a
lovely jewel box of a shop, and we plan to have our own line of
clothing. It's exciting! Plus I've published a book about ritual
which has been well received. Finally projects I have been
developing for a long time are coming to fruition. Yay!
And I have to say I'm living a rich life in my beloved Portland. My
community is so wondrous, love-filled and happy/strange. How I love
Plus I have to mention the big, giant, cosmic onion. I'm a
spiritual peeler. What do you mean "create your own reality?" I
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm a great listener, a particularly good diplomat, a fine singer,
a spirited percussionist, an excellent playmate (truly
outstanding), a colorful writer, a fantastic dancer, an inspired
costumer, a thoughtful philosopher, a compassionate teacher, a
spunky actress/comedienne, and a wildly creative artist of life.
The first things people usually notice about me
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That I'm actually having a good time.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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At this moment I'm thinking...
Book: The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell or Kundera, The
Unbearable Lightness of Being. How about that David Mitchell, Cloud
Atlas or Ursula LeGuin, all of it. John Crowley, Little Big. Jim
Harrison, Dalva. Jorge Amado. Kim Stanley Robinson: Mars Trilogy.
Sherri Tepper, Starhawk. Tom Robbins is a god. I'm working on
reading everything ever written by Neal Stephenson. I'm a
Film: Almost Famous, Strictly Ballroom, Blade Runner, Donnie Darko,
Children of Men, Pan's Labrynth, The Handmaid's Tale, Inglorious
Basterds, Juno, Slumdog Millionaire, Dangerous Liasons, Amelie,
Mississippi Masala, Henry & June, Master and Commander, Room
with a View, Fanny & Alexander, Les Enfants du Paradis, Jules
et Jim, La Dolce Vita or ... (I've loved so many) And, yes I
thought Inception was a wonderful return to a day when films were
based on ideas. That day is coming again.
Food: I was a vegetarian for 20 years and then at my naturopath's
urging, started eating meat. Now I eat the so-called "Paleo" diet:
meat and veggies with some variations though I don't subscribe
wholly to the mythology around the romanticized cave man. I have
read "Sex at Dawn" however. And I love restaurants.
Music: Manu Chao or The Buena Vista Social Club, Michael
Franti/Spearhead. I have a new respect for kirtan: Jai Uttal and
Krishna Das. Came a bit late to the Decembrists which I now love.
Ray LeMontaigne. Cheb I Sabbah, Tori Amos, Regina Spector - this
list is way too long to start.
Ask me ten minutes from now.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Trees, Love, Stories, Movies, Romance, Dreams, Music, Poetry,
Clothes, the Internet, Goofing, talking to myself, Dancing,
Dressing up in Costumes, Sex... (Forget six things; I love all the
world and its terrible beauty.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
...what's true for me and trying to sort it out from what's true
for others or from what some would like me to believe.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Feeling groovy. Following my train of thought. Frolicking.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I continue to believe...
"The greatest thing you will ever learn is to be loved, and to give
love in return."
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