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39 F Fort Worth, TX

My Details

Last Online
Apr 30, 2008
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body Type
Christianity, and somewhat serious about it
Aquarius, and it’s fun to think about
Dropped out of two-year college
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Has dogs
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
I am a 32 year old mother to my Dog. She is my baby, and the reason I sometimes want to stay in bed in the morning rather than getting up and going to work, aside from my lovely partner.

I love camping, hiking, kayaking, dancing, role playing games, and will try almost anything once.

While I identify as gay, I am open to friendship with people of all persuasions and genders.

I am eclectic, free spirited, and loving
What I’m doing with my life
I am at a job I like, and have been here 6 years. I like who I am and am happy with my life, but would like to add select friends.

I updated my relationship status, but I should also add it here, I am dating a wonderful woman who has that knack for taking my breath away with her smile. While I can imagine my life without her in it, frankly I don't want to.

I have also gotten addicted to OKCupid tests. I have now written four, and have taken 158 as of this writing. I have no idea what draws me to take such tests as which is the proper urinal to use, especially since I have never used one in my life (wait, should that go under the private info?).
I’m really good at
Picking up new hobbies, cooking, and making people feel welcome.
The first things people usually notice about me
I rarely sit still. I love to watch movies, but usually I am doing needle point, crochett or another hobby while I am at it. If I go to the theater friends say I never sit still, I am leaning forward, jumping back and ready "to do a Dolphin" at any time, though I never kick the seat in front of me, that is just rude!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
a) Anything on a subject I am currently curious about, fantasy, or whatever strikes my mood. I grew up the daughter of a librarian, so reading was very encouraged and I would read anything. Now, due to time constraints I have to be a bit more picky, but still love to read. Right now I am on a kick of Gypsey Teague, but I am almost finished with everything she has ever written, so may have to find something else soon. Some favorite authors include Jean Auel, Marrion Zimmer Bradley, Janet Evanovich, Fanny Flagg, and J. K. Rowlings. I am begining to think I need to read more. I thought I was pretty diverse, until I started surfing this site. I run across all kinds of people and when I read favorite authors, they are people I either have never heard of, or just don't remember. This makes me want to head to the library and check them out. I'm not sure if it is just my curiosity, or wanting to know what the cool people are talking about.

b) I know it is sappy, but I love a romantic comedy. I will watch just about anything, but some of my favorites are But I'm a Cheerleader, Horse Whisperer, The Princess Bride, and Better Than Chocolate. I do not watch horror, I watched Hostile Thanksgiving 2006 and still get flashbacks!

c) My music is very eclectic. I love my old Glasnots CDs, The Mamas and the Papas, Joshua Kadison, Kathy Mattea, and my all time favorite CD used to be the soundtrack to Forrest Gump. I went to a Wishing Chair concert in September and they are now my all time favorite. You have to love those liberal Folk n Roll lesbians! Check them out at, they have a lot of their music so you can listen to it online.

d) I like most foods also, but am allergic to some things especially nuts and peanuts. If peanut butter and jelly or Chick Fila are on your favorite list, we might have a problem.
The six things I could never do without
1) A pet, I have to admit I know my Maddie will someday leave this plane, but I have to have that unconditional love. She has now seen me through more breakups than I care to admit to.

2) My faith in something greater than me, whether called God, the Goddess, or as Susan Sourby put it in The Secret Garden, "That Great Good Thing". I don't care if other people believe or not, but my belief gives me hope, comfort and a sense of purpose.

3) Mental challenges, I stagnate and start hating life if I cannot find something to challenge me. I have also found that the same challenges get boring to me. I tried Sudoko puzzles, but they got old. I believe bordom is an insult to one's own intelegence, so find it my duty to myself to not be bored.

4) Friends, you cannot choose your family, but you pick your friends. I have a few very good friends who are extremely important to me. A friend will help you move, a good friend will help you move the body.

5) This one is a bit obvious to me, but I guess worth mentioning, corrective eyeware. I am completely non-functional without my glasses.

I cannot think of that last thing that I just couldn't do without, I guess I am just easier than that.

The thing I don't like about this question is that it assumes that you could not live if things were taken from you. Maybe I am an optimist, maybe a pessimist, but anything can be taken away. I have experienced the death of someone I thought I couldn't live without, but yet I am still here. I had to give up a laundry list of foods for two and a half years and still have several off limits, tough but do-able. If you are a survivor the only things you really need, are ones in your head.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The nature of our existance, my next dance lesson, new hobbies, daydreaming of the future, and my beautiful, sexy and talented partner. I also sometimes obsess about the past, but not often.
On a typical Friday night I am
Who knows? Sometimes I go to clubs and dance or play pool (pool, very badly). I may go to dinner and/or a movie with friends, hang around the house, head to my mama's house, or to the dog park!

Often lately I have turned into a real home body and spend Friday nights relaxing around the house spending quality time with my sweetie, before the weekend attacks with friends, chores and commitments.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I won't lie, but I will refrain from answering. My favorite answer when my mom asks me certain questions is "Do you really want to know the answer to that question?" So far, she never has.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like girls
  • Ages 26–64
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends
You should message me if
a) You are interested in finding out about a new person who may have different ideas and opinions from you.

b) If I stalked you, and you stalk me back and think I am interesting. I tend to be very hesitant to take that first step and make contact. Just because I don't message you doesn't mean much, I am shy that way.