I do not believe in the 'emoticon baggage' notion that I read from various profiles, because everybody has their own poop. If the writer wants hide their feelings, then it's best to blame it on the dog. OkCupid says I "dislike" dogs? That's not true, not true at all. Okay, I like most dogs--dogs that can handle my allergies and my temperament to barking. Most of all, dogs that aren't used as fashion accessory... Sorry Paris Hilton, that's animal abuse!
Moreover, I like my step-mom's Boston terrier: silent, but dandruff's deadly. Just for clarification, well-behaved dogs can be sweet. I've been on a "face-off" vis-a-vis an unleashed bulldog and two pit bulls; I know about these things. Martha Stewart says, people who love dogs also crave attention. Fuck Martha Stewart, I like attentiveness just as much!
I'm creative, I cannot stop creating whether you like it or not. Let's hope you like it. I've dabbled w/ fine art, graphic art (Quark is horrible software,) video editing, Photoshop, snap-shots, drawing, painting, mixed media, and now I'm learning how to make pop-up books. I'm an artist who does not understand perfection. I believe that is something you can never attain. Like famous people with plastic surgery; the expression on their face is priceless! They look lovely, don't they.
Making art is NOT a good paying career. I shop at Whole Foods for the twenty-cent bananas and free samples---try it sometime. I don't drive a car; if fact, I enjoy picking coins around Atlanta; I live in an inexpensive condo that's not mine, with a slough of maintenance problems. My clothes, some of them are my brother's. I hardly buy new clothes. Is there anybody who is adept at sowing skills? I find hidden treasures, if you will, that people throw away; I mean good stuff. Let us just say, it's the season for "cost of living." Too much information? That's if you get what I really mean.