Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
What is there to say that hasn't already been said? I'm fabulous!
Isn't everyone? Walk on the beach? Sure. Likes to have fun? Duh.
Classy? Yes and no. Confident? Yes. Not so pleasant when I'm not so
pleasant? Sure, guilty as charged. We can't all be that amazing
special someone that is described in these zany pararaphs. Cut to
the chase: I'm a simple gal, with a complicated brain. I'm
conversational and active, spiritual and adventurous. My passport
is current and my shots are up to date, so anywhere you wanna go is
up for grabs. My hippie camper is in it's full glory, after all
it's summer in Minnesota. I have power tools and know how to use
them. I have gourmet tastes with a simple twist. I enjoy a good
life and am happy. I care about the earth. I'm given to moon dances
and star gazing. I dig being in nature most, but truly do enjoy a
fascinating movie, theater experience or a night out listening to
music. I'm charmed by a great smile. I melt when you touch me
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Taking care of me, which took some time to learn how to do. I have
lots of things that keep me busy, much to my dismay sometimes. I
run a small, yet efficient, nimble, effective agency. I have a
consulting firm. I'm a great Auntie, a good friend. I travel, I
bike, I hike, I practice yoga, and meditate. I don't do much
without music in the background. I engage in my friendships and
contribute in ways I believe make a difference.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Traveling, cooking, being out and about, not to be seen, but to
see. I'm a lovely listener. I'm a dear friend, I'm a trusted
colleague. I enjoy spiritual endeavors a lot and dabble in all the
oracles and traditions.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Physically: My smile, my hair, and if your a leg man, my gams.
Intellectually: my smarts and ability to carry on a lovely and
spirited conversation. Socially: my commitment to social justice
and willingness to seek change. Spiritually: my authenticity,
genuiness, kind demeanor and engagement in eye contact.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: after all these years, Interview the Vampire remains my
book. On the non-fiction side: Woodman, Hillman, Bly, Rumi, Perry
Brass, Eckart Tolle, ya know, the usual Jungian subjects. Movies:
Let's just say I'm a flick freak. Shows: Broadway? 'Into the Woods'
always stands out. I'm on a local nonprofit board for one of the
theaters in town and live theater is important in my life. Music:
YES, YES and more YES. Just keep that techno, violent rap and the
are-you-kidding-me-disco-really? far from my ears and we'll get
along just fine. Lucinda, Mercedes Sosa, Lyle Lovett, Townes
VanZant, oh the list could be endless here. I also dig 60's and
70's rock and roll. Led Zep still makes me dance every time. Pink
Floyd Meddle is one of my all time favorite albums. My friend made
me a copy of his recording of the Masai people singing and playing
music with their hands when he visited Africa ~ it's one of the
most intimate and lovely gifts I've ever received. Dance me a tango
and I promise you'll be astonished at my delight. Heck, dance me a
polka, just dance me. Food: Gourment done simply. Organic and
healthy. Watermelons have seeds in my world. Let's go to the
farmers market early Saturday morning and pick out the best we can
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Love, Love, Love, Love, Love, my power tools, music, art, nephews -
that's 9, but there's a whole bunch more... mostly love, love, love
and stars and water and mountains and my passport and poetry and
love. The rest I can do without ~ maybe. Well, my bike, my RV, and
this lamp, that's all I need.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
That night in Nepal. The wine in Mendoza, Argentina. Breath. The
silence at Wounded Knee. Balance. How to say it. When to say it.
Presence. Owls. Where to find seeded watermelon. Yellowstone.
Tibet. What's for supper. What's for breakfast. Why active boys get
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
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