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34 Kansas City, MO Woman


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  • Ages 30-46
  • Near me
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Last online
Oct 22
5' 9" (1.75m)
Body Type
Average build
Other and it’s important
Doesn’t have kids but might want them
Has dogs
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
This is a Long profile.
But I like words and I figured, why not put it all out there so a person can truly get a sense of who you are?

So yea,

I'm a real broad of a lady.
I don't fuck around or play games.
I will tell you straight up what I'm feeling.
I live like a gypsy and I obviously sometimes curse like a sailor.
I'm not a tiny tightbodied spinner trophy or a perfect creature, but I do (most of the time) still hold confidence with my own personal beauty, inside and out.

I strive to be as authentic and honest and loving as possible.
I adapt easily with most, but value how I spend my time and energy.
I basically just want to be laying in good light outside with the one's I love.
Or going on some type of journey or adventure.
I'm a lush for life.
Nature, adventure, paradoxical beauty, meaningful connections, soul growth, laughter and creativity are my religion.

I crave to live and learn as much as possible, even if it means crashing and burning a handful of times.

I'm an independent lady,
but like most single people,
I do find myself at times looking for the right person to share my experience with.

Someone with a good head on their shoulders.
Someone with balls.
A great friend,
someone who truly stimulates my brain and my body, someone i can be crazy and silly and ugly and comfortable with, passionate with, where it is raw, real, simple, and worth it if complicated.

Someone who's not afraid to passionately kiss me in public.
Or push me up against the wall and ravish me.Someone who realizes life is short,
and wants to seize it and experience as much as possible.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Surviving. And working on Thriving.

I grew up in kc, but lived in San Francisco for 8 years. Moved back here 5 years ago. I've had to grow up fast, and have learned a lot of lessons early in life that have made me extremely hard working and self sufficient.
I've lived lesson-filled character-building chapters while caring for and helplessly watching three immediate close family members as they battled fatal illnesses and old age, aiding them in the final days of their passing.
This has shaped me, and made me value life on a huge scale.
It causes my priorities to be a little less material focused and more experience driven.
I've been on my own for quite some time so I create my family thru my close friends and community.

I work as an artist as well as a professional elite nanny of 15 years..
I basically raise rich people's children and manage their privledged household for a living and I am pretty amazing at it.
I've raised over 20 children, most from infant or toddler age thru the first 4-5 years of their life.
I'm kind of the baby whisperer. ;)

When I'm not playing house for cash I'm an artist, writer, photographer, storyteller and sage of sorts.
I love to travel.
Lived in East Africa for a couple months working in an orphanage.
Spent some time in Ireland and Mexico.
I go to California and New York at least once a year for both friends, family, and business.
I also dabble in interior design, costuming, and party planning.
I'm a pretty detailed editor both visually and with the written word.
Additionally, Holistic healing, herbalism, and homeopathy are a big part of my life, (I can give you home remedies for lots of ailments, and the best massages) ;)

Despite all these things i enjoy Doing,
I am continually working on just Being, and creating a balance between my mind, body, heart, and spirit.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Creativity, cooking, compassion, communicating, nurturing, dancing, sensuality, admiring beauty, and real craftsmanship, herding children and dogs, connecting, and having an overall damn good time
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
My smile, style, & sensitivity

Also, my stems
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Books. I admit I haven't read enough lately. The last novel I read was Benjamin Button and that was before they made a movie about it with brad Pitt which surprised the hell out of me.
I used to read Tom Robbins and Kurt Vonnegut. Also Ray Bradbury,...
i like learning about linguistics, and stories of real people living real life.
I sometimes read mystic shit that speaks to my soul:
How The Universe Works, Many Lives Many Masters, BE HERE NOW, The Tibetan Book of the Dead, The Tao of Pooh. The te of piglet. Bringers of the dawn. The Alchemist. The Prophet.
A Dictionary of Symbols.

Shel Silversteen is still a personal fave and I have a huge classic and antique childrens book collection.
(They just don't make em like they used to)

MUSIC... If its good, I like it
a bit o this and that: stuff my hippy parents listened to....classic rock and oldies, r&b, etc...i like to dance to latin music and reggae/dancehall, blues, bluegrass, Motown, ...anything classic that I can sing to, and anything I can shake my hips to :p
I'm shamelessly great at karaoke.
Off the top of my head...nothing to make me sound cool-just stuff that pierces me:
Neil Young, jeff buckley, pete yorn, mason jennings, gillian welch, bon iver, swell season, rufus wainwright, edward sharpe and the magnetic zeros, janis, aretha, ella, billy, nina, sarah, chet baker, supergrass, van morrison, cat stevens, bob marley, beck, iron n wine, sam cooke, otis redding, stevie wonder, al green, neil young, tom petty, some bob dylan and leonard cohen (at least the writing), that harmonica music off amelie, and other stuff that escapes me when asked.
I love classical music too.
I like to listen to new things and can appreciate the genius of a really bad country or pop song.
i have a tough time with names, but when i hear something and like it, i'll definitely let you know.

MOVIES: Charlie Kauffman. cohen bros. spike jones. tarentino. Wes Anderson, all audrey films. all baz lurman films. all tom twyker films. all films by that french guy who did amalie. Beasts of the Southern Wild. the princess and the warrior. harold and maude. mommy dearest. labrynth. ledgend. the neverending story. The dark crystal, life is beautiful. Adaptation. Hedwig. American Beauty, the world according to garp, dancer in the dark, pee wee's big adventure.
I love old classic films. And Hitchcock's great too...
movies that invoke imagination, have significant plot line and character development, take honest and detailed hands-on work and stick with you for years to come.

Mad Men
Six Feet Under: (Best series Ever)
Big Love
Freaks n Geeks
Im a sucker for some crap reality shows, especially the creative competitive ones like project runway or top chef

FOOD: I'm a major foodie; i love it all. i will shamelessly dance in my chair during a great meal, and my cooking is pretty fucking amazing.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
-leafy greens
-warm sunlight
-that moment when you realize you are exactly where you are supposed to be.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Love, the universe, how big the world is and how there's never enough time or money to see it all, nature, sex, children, human behavior and relationship, art, how a bad commercial or advertisment can be better, lighting, how the ambiance of a room can improve, death, evolution, my mom, my ancestors, my path,
how to live my life as passionately as possible.

I am guilty of being great at over-analyzing anything with an omniscient point of view.
Sometimes i just think incredibly too much and wish there was a button to hush it all.

I believe in magic. And miracles. Not in a freakish stereotypical goth cat/angel lady wannabe-witch way, but in a admiration and awe of pretty much everything our world creates and is.

I have faith.
I believe there is more.
I've had enough beautiful awestricken, sometimes devastating yet miraculous experiences to teach me this.
I choose to listen. (When I can.)
I just choose not to name it because I believe all religion and faith is basically one, just with different names and words.

I choose not to argue about this.
But I'll discuss it.

I believe in the possibility of anything.
Because I have to. Because that's all any of us are capable of from our limited human viewpoint.

I understand that most drama and conflict is simply caused by misinterpretation, misunderstanding, innocent ignorance, upbringing, and environment.
I should probably be a therapist or nurse, but Im extremely empathetic and sensitive as a sponge (sometimes to a fault)
so I'm afraid I'd internalize and/or take home too much.

The maternal mama in me makes me worry a bit sometimes.
And weep for the world and the state it is in.
But I choose joy.
I celebrate life. More than most.
It is a blessing and sometimes a burden,
But I know how to have a fucking good time! I'm wild, and crazy, and most men tend to be too boring for me.
I am here to experience life Fully.
I want to roll in the hay with childlike splendor.
I want to just be.
And I want to be better.

I care a lot about what I love, believe, and work for.
I strive for peace and balance but realize upheaval, desire, and pain are also part of the journey.

I am happiest when I Remember
and when i have the opportunity to
simply surrender
and just let go.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Happy it's Friday
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I'm afraid of roller and ice skating and refuse to do it. Tall-girl fear?
I even took lessons to try and conquer it and failed miserably.
Some things just aren't meant to be. :p
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
you're over 30,
sorry to discriminate, but I hate bending over to kiss a man so it would be great if you were least 6'.
2. Facial hair helps.
Sorry, I'm just a girl who loves some scruff. I wont write you off if you are clean shaven though. Just sayin. It's what tends to turn me on. ;)
3. Look, I'm not perfect. I never have been. And I'm not looking for perfection.
I have a little extra here and there and flaws i feel insecure about.
I just know what I'm attracted to, and that is at least a slim to average build. Aesthetics are important to me.
I need you to give a shit about yourself and be somewhat healthy
(or at least you Try)

4. and most importantly,

you give a shit about others.
You say hello or at least smile to the stranger at the checkout counter at the grocery store, you hold the door for the person behind you, you try your best to connect with humans outside of your phone.
This is key.
Aka, just don't be an asshole.

Please. : )