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31 Chatsworth, GA Woman


I’m looking for

  • Men
  • Ages 30–60
  • Near me
  • For new friends

My details

Last online
Jun 11, 2014
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body type
Mostly other
Libra, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from two-year college
Art / Music / Writing
Less than $20,000
Mostly non-monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Has dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Latin (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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I’m quite an eccentric character. I’m a free-spirited hippie, a nonconformist and intellectual rebel. I’m independent and adventurous, do my own thing, and have a wild, passionate spirit that can never be tamed. I’ve got a crazy sense of humor and with the right crowd I’m a natural entertainer. I’m insightful, creative, and value knowledge and learning. For those of your familiar with the Myers-Briggs personality types, I’m an ENTP.

I’m a very spiritual person, but I’m not dogmatic or into organized religion. I consider myself Gnostic Christian. I believe that life is a spiritual journey, and nobody is ever going to have all the answers, so the best thing to do is to keep asking questions. When it comes to spirituality, I’m about as non-prejudiced as you can get, so I don’t care what your belief system is as long as you don’t condemn me for mine. I get along well with Pagans.

Music is a passion for me. I’m a die-hard Oingo Boingo fan, but I listen to all kinds of music as well. Regardless of genre, I like songs that tell stories and artists who let their personality show in their music. I also like to sing karaoke, where I’m known for my ability to entertain the crowd and get them laughing, and I do a little bit of songwriting myself. I can express things through music that I can’t express otherwise.

I’m also an artist and botany geek. I make natural tie-dyes with plant dyes and teach people about plants and their uses. I’m kind of a homesteader and prepper, and pretty much live like a hermit in a cabin in my little mountain holler on the edge of the National Forest. I entertain and cook for guests from time to time, but most of the time, it’s just me and my cat and my Beagle. I like it like that, just me and my cat, my dog, my plants, and my music, in a cabin in the wilderness.

That being said, I’m not looking for any kind of commitment. I’m looking more for friends, and if it leads to friends with benefits that's great, but if not, that's okay too. I may not be looking for a committed, monogamous relationship, but one thing you can count on is that I’ll be completely honest with everyone involved about what I do, and I expect the same honesty in return. Also, I have standards, I don’t screw everything that moves, and I’m not looking for one-night stands, short flings, or to "hook up," but genuine, lasting friendships. I'm extremely selective about who I'll date, and I'm not interested in meaningless sex. I won’t rule out the possibility of marriage in the future, but for now, I just need someone to talk to and a little bit of human touch.

I like people that I can have open and honest conversations with about things like obscure music, philosophy, spirituality, mythology, science, politics, and other controversial subjects without any judgment or condemnation. Friends I can go exploring and hunting in the mountains with would be a big plus as well, especially if you hunt with dogs. I like the nonconformists, visionaries, free spirits and intellectual rebels. I like the risk-takers and adventurers, the survivors and outdoorsmen, the artists and the entrepreneurs, the bad boys who are dangerous in a good way. I like men who have plenty of life experience and plenty of stories to tell, who I can learn from and who can learn from me.

Yes, physical attractiveness does matter if we’re going to be more than just platonic friends. There really aren’t any hard and fast rules when it comes to what I consider physically attractive, but I do have a thing for thin, wiry, agile men with long hair who are older than me and a little rough around the edges. So if you're big-boned, heavyset, and wear a suit and tie to work every day, or if you're my age or younger, don't be at all surprised if I like you otherwise but want to be just friends. And I'm being honest when I say that if you're an interesting and awesome person, just not my type physically, I really do want to be friends. I hate to sound prejudiced, but I think we all find some body types more attractive than others, and that's just my personal preference. Pheromones are just as important as appearance, if not more so, in determining physical attractiveness, and that’s just one of those things that either appeals to me or doesn’t, and there’s not much you can do about it. Aside from physical attractiveness, spiritual compatibility is an absolute must. Like I said, I am extremely selective about who I'll date, so if I otherwise like you but am not physically attracted to you, I’ll still be glad to be platonic friends. I'm not one of those people who's only on here for one thing.
What I’m doing with my life
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I make natural tie-dyes with plant dyes and sell them at arts and crafts fairs, pow-wows, farmer's markets, and community events. I'm also a botany educator, and I'm looking into getting some of my writing published.

I'm in the planning stages of a road trip to California and back, where I'll be working on various projects (mostly on organic farms) and doing craft fairs to earn my keep along the way. A road trip to California has always been a lifelong dream that pre-dates legal medicinal weed and Oingo Boingo fandom, and I'm determined to make it happen, hopefully sometime in the next few years.

Also, I'm learning to hunt.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Being eccentric.
The first things people usually notice about me
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What I look like. That's the first thing anybody notices about anybody, regardless of whether they want to admit it or not.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Music: Oingo Boingo, Morrissey, Bruce Springsteen, Roger Clyne, Pink Floyd, Bon Jovi, Rush, Cyndi Lauper, Bob Seger, John Mellencamp, The Eagles, Charlie Daniels, Willie Nelson, Toby Kieth, Gretchen Wilson, Shania Twain, Taylor Swift, and many others. I'm pretty eclectic when it comes to music.

Movies: Forbidden Zone, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Edward Scissorhands, Spaceballs, Tommy, etc. I like weird.

Books: The Other Bible, Wuthering Heights, 1984, The Jesus Factory, The Encyclopedia of Country Living, Prescriptions for Herbal Healing, etc.

Food: I'm pretty much a healthy gourmet home cook. I'll go out to eat occasionally, but I mostly cook my own food from scratch. I like to incorporate wild and homegrown vegetables, wild mushrooms, and wild meat into my cooking whenever possible. I especially like to cook in cast iron over a fire. I like wine.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Other than the obvious necessities like air, water, food, clothing, and shelter.....

Music - It's a passion.

Fire - Other than its obvious usefulness to human civilization, fire is special to me on a spiritual level. Plus, I love to cook in cast iron over a fire in fire pit in the yard.

4x4 pickup truck - I need transportation, and a pickup truck with 4-wheel drive is a necessity for my lifestyle and my work.

Nature - I like my mountain holler in the wilderness, and though I don't mind visiting the city occasionally, I'd be miserable if I had to live there. I'd rather chase bears out of my yard occasionally. Yes, I will run out after them. I don't fear bears, but I do try to teach them to fear humans.

Freedom - I don't like being told what to do or how to live or what I can and can't legally inhale.

Animals - I'm a hermit, so my cat and my dog are the best full-time companions I could ask for.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I think about all kinds of things. I do think a lot about philosophy, spirituality, music, humor, crazy ideas and schemes, creative projects, hound dogs, pickup trucks, and whatever else may come to mind.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
In the spring, summer, and fall, I'm typically getting ready for the farmer's market or whatever other event I've got planned for Saturday. If the farmer's market is rained out and I'm not committed to doing some other event, I'll do whatever I feel like. I may go out to karaoke, hang out with a friend, or stay home by myself and smoke my pipe and drink a glass or wine and play on the computer or read or work on some creative project.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I have Asperger's Syndrome. For those of you not familiar with it, it's basically the same thing as High-Functioning Autism.
You should message me if
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You've read what I have to say on my profile. Just looking at the pictures doesn't count. The ability to have an intelligent conversation is mandatory. I'm not really interested in talking to people I can't meet in person in the near future (I prefer face-to-face interaction), nor am I interested in relocating, so if you're at least semi-local that would be a big plus.

Also, if I'm one of your quiver matches that's fine, but please don't waste your time and mine by messaging me JUST because I'm one of your quiver matches without first reading my profile to see if we're compatible.

Please don't make an idiot of yourself and message me asking me if I want to be friends with benefits in the first e-mail. That sort of thing may or may not come in time, but please make an effort to get to know me as a person before you bring up sex. I'm not into meaningless sex or being used.

Also, please don't make a bunch of promises you don't intend to keep hoping to get laid. That doesn't work with me. I will hold you to your word, and you're not getting any until you make good on your promises or at least make a sincere effort to do what you said you'd do. You're actually more likely to get laid if you don't make any promises in the first place, because it shows you're honest and not a game player. I know there are honorable men out there who keep their word, but I've met enough who make empty promises in order to get laid that I know enough to be cautious and not fall for that kind of scheme.