I rarely take the beaten path, sometimes by choice, sometimes it just happens. Sometimes I like gourmet lobster mac & cheese, sometimes the stuff from the blue box. My skills and interests are wide-ranging and varied. I would describe myself as romantic and girly but low-maintenance and low-drama.
I cook A LOT and am always trying new recipes. I also like getting out to hike, kayak and otherwise enjoy the outdoors when time, funds, and company permit.
I grew up on a horse farm in the countryside (well, they really aren't located anywhere else.) But I'm just at home in the big city (depending on which one) I guess cities are like people - you either click with them or you don't.
1,000 words now?! Will it ever be enough? I thought brevity was the key to good communication!
Being asked directions in foreign lands in languages I don't speak.
I have been told I have nice legs and a nice smile.
I've also been told I move like a panther. Of course that was an acting exercise - I don't usually go about on all fours.
Stoppard is definitely one of my favorite playwrights.
For music - anything that makes me want to dance or I just connect to in some way.
As for food, I like things that are tasty. This means not you - celery!
On the go:
form of transportation
keen sense of surroundings
cute but supportive shoes
fully stocked kitchen
someone interesting to talk to
knitting supplies/craft project of some kind
garden (even if only in containers)
pet (obviously I can live w/o this but would rather not)
Where to find the best dish (tacos, pizza, cocoa, etc.) in the DMV area.
How I can get inexhaustible traveling funds to visit friends/have friends visit me.
How the pioneers did/made stuff
You know how to balance the responsibilities of being an
adult with the kid inside.
You live near the Arlington area and want to play tennis.
You watched Belle & Sebastian, Fraggle Rock, or The Gummi Bears as a kid.