prod her into the world of cyber-dating, has agreed to write her
profile. onehummingbird is, in a word, a joy. She is warm and
adventurous, thoughtful and generous, funny and frank.
Onehummingbird has a lot of credentials from a lot of fancy schools
(Waldorf-Brown-UPenn) but it is the Waldorf schooling that has
arguably left its deepest imprint. Expect to find onehummingbird
singing in the morning, writing a poem in calligraphy in the
afternoon, illustrating a botanical book in the evening and knitting
at every possible opportunity.
A nurse practitioner by day, and an artist by nature, onehummingbird is a true jane of all trades.
some fun things to do with onehummingbird:
-take a nice hike
-visit one of oregon´s amazing hotsprings
-cook a delicious meal (another of onehummingbird´s talents that i
have yet to mention)
-travel the world (i´ve joined her for trips in canada, Brasil,
mexico, costa rica that have surpassed all expectations)
-listen to her play the guitar and sing her latest folk songs -
perhaps around the fireside - a true delight
-go for a run along the river - she likes to do half marathons...as a hobby!
-visit a museum
-go to fun portland food and drink events (pear tasting,
winteralefest, happy hours with great nachos)
-go for a pretty bike ride
-go to a concert (early is better for morning shift nurse practitioners)
-plant a garden
Do these things sound fun to you? Send onehummingbird a note. If you sound compatible, I will try to convince her to respond to you.
Onehummingbird is in her early 30s ultimately looking for a deep,
caring and honest partner interested in having a family. If you have an aversion to partnership or children, she´s probably not for you.