I don’t have a huge breadth of friends but I’ve made up for that with the quality of friendships that I DO have. I think that’s a good thing.
I didn't go to school to do what I do (I am in the fine wine business), and if one would suggested to me back then (as a double major in Philosophy and English) that I'd be in this line of work, I wouldn't have believed it. But that's how life is, isn't it-- a long road with many unanticipated twists and turns. I know that I might have become a teacher-- as that is my most natural gift.
I’ve never been married. I have been throughout my life, too much of a romantic to settle for someone that “wasn’t right.” Now at the ripe age of 46 I’m wondering where all the time has gone (shakes head). Most of my friends are married now and have been for a long time. They envy me. I envy them. One of life’s cruel jokes?
I haven't dated too much in recent years, and I can't say why for sure. It's just that I seemed to have reached a point where I don't enjoy going to bars (never really did) and I don't easily meet new people.
I’m looking for someone the has a similar passion for the little things in life. I like cooking and I’d love to find someone to cook for (better yet to cook WITH). I’m a total homebody but would like to find someone that would enjoy traveling.
I’m a cat person, and I've adopted a few strays (sucker) but I appreciate a good dog.
I am an INTP on the Briggs-Meyers scale (kind of cool, I think)
I don't have any tattoos.