I appreciate intelligent people and those who are also attractive to the eyes. I tend to be attracted to bald or men w/ less hair on their head than their face.I am not sure why but it seems to occur. As you will read eventually, I eat NO meat. I prefer not to cook it but don't mind you doing that for yourself or others.
I am quite accustomed to, at eating establishments, choosing things I can eat or asking they be prepared w/out meat.
I am also a true Southern woman, having been born and lived in the DEEP south for all except 3 years or so. I don't care for snow, except for looking out at it from the chalet or lodge.....w/ a cup of hot chocolate and maybe sharing a fire and/or blanket with you. I don't mind if you go snow or water skiing; I probably won't join you. I will ride in a boat.
I enjoy being outdoors but not 24/7! I like my quiet time,too. When you are at the gym, I may be taking a nap, cooking a meal or baking your favorite, reading. Then later we could walk together, swim, or, well, I am sure we could think of something to do later.
I don't necessarily describe myself as happy as much as I prefer 'content' and I could be content being alone the rest of time. But my preference is not to be alone but to meet someone who wants to share their time with me.
I camped in a tent as recently as a couple of years ago......but I insisted on an air mattress. Yes, age does things to one's body as well all know. I don't go much for getting pedis,manis,and hair done frequently. I'd rather you know or learn how to 'do feet.' Guess I am kind of low maintenance on that end. I will be delighted for you to cook breakfast, bring me coffee, and I will clean. My experience has been that men usually are better at cooking breakfast. I enjoy cuddling, screen porches, cool starry nights, weekend getaways to almost anywhere I 've not been, or a place one of us has been and want to share w/ the other, local eateries and buying locally grown food, produce, as much as possible, as well as am conscious of recycling,energy conservation and most anything that is considered 'green living.' By the way, do you know what a yurt is?