1 – The best thing I bring to a relationship is:
a) My sharp mind
b) My warm heart
c) My attorney
d) “I was supposed to bring something?”
2 – I’m closest to heaven when I’m in:
3 – When a relationship ends, I:
a) Reflect and learn from the experience
b) Try to maintain a good friendship with him
c) Steal his credit card and head to a spa
d) Bury the body deep in the woods
4 – I’m most attracted to a man with lots of:
5 – When I was in school, I hung out with the:
6 – When I was a little girl, I hoped to become:
a) a doctor
b) a teacher
c) a centerfold
d) a little boy
7 – I sometimes have nightmares in which I am:
b) being chased
d) looking for dates online
SCORING: If I got you to smile, you win.
Okay, you probably want to know about me. So, my bio in brief: Until I was 7, I grew up in a ghetto in Chicago, which started to make me a little too slick for my own good, but we moved out of there in time – to a small, idyllic Midwestern town. I suddenly found myself living in a Normal Rockwell painting – but it was great. I pulled straight A’s in school, and spent all of my free time either playing sports or hiking in the woods with my dog. But as soon as I got out of high school, the town felt REAL small, so it was time to start traveling.
Eventually I settled down in San Francisco and loved the City - so many fun, smart, eccentric people here! I spent my time starting up sales/marketing companies, studying philosophy and psychology at SF State, playing in a punk rock band (briefly - I'm not the world's best musician), and making friends with lots of the interesting characters I was meeting along the way.
I've often taken off for months at a time to go live in new places, just to get to experience a new culture and way of living - Tokyo, Hong Kong, Paris, Bangkok, Manhattan....
I'm retired from business now, and spend my time managing my real estate investments, doing charity work, and pursuing my life-long dream of being a failed novelist.
I’m slowly recovering from an old body-surfing injury (inner ear) that got made worse recently by a bad attempt at medical treatment for it, so for now, I'm very sensitive to sudden noises, so I need to spend my time in very quiet environments. It’s limiting, but it is what it is, and it’s my opportunity to learn how life can change on a dime, and to gain compassion for others who have had much worse things happen to them.