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Midwestern transplant well rooted in New York. I can bait a hook and unhook the fish. I catch and release, so I don't know how to clean one. In the right area I can find porcini mushrooms in the woods and make a risotto with them. In other areas, I can find them in the store. I live in a neighborhood where you can hear the call to prayer and the sirens for Shabbos, as you walk by Haitian Pentecostal store front churches, to drink great cocktails and remind yourself to get Mexican conchas and cuernos tomorrow for breakfast. Who would want to live in any other place?
I've had many occupations, sometimes two at the same time, from actress, pastry chef, nurse and waitress. Now I'm the head nurse in a family medicine residency program. I get to work with and train doctors who are dedicated to providing the best possible care to a population that is often overlooked and has challenging health issues.
I get weepy watching videos of solders coming home to their dogs and laugh at solders coming home to their cats.
I find smart men to be very, very sexy; I am a very happy brain and ethical slut. If you have or can fake a Scots accent I'm yours forever. I agree with the John Waters quote: If you go to someone's house and they don't have books; don't fuck them.
My children are happy, self supporting adults. The Lad still lives in Brooklyn but the Lass has run off to Kansas.
I love taking photos of street art, graffiti and cool stuff I see on my travels.