Time to update this thing, since I'm always growing and changing (for the better!!)
Here's the deal! I've been living between Los Angeles and Paris (and at the moment without any permanent address) with my cat and my dog, and I want someone to end up on a tropical island with. I haven't ever lived on a tropical island, but I'd like to try it, and if it's too boring, at least build a beach hut (or dome) there for when we want to escape and snuggle up. Currently, my goals are:
1. do more acting (and get paid for it)
2. do more singing (and maybe get paid for it)
3. do more traveling (and not have to pay for it. lol). I just want to explore the world, learn about places and people, and figure out where I want to plant roots.
4. Become Who I Really Am and express it in my life
5. find ways to make the world a better place... through organic fruits and vegetables, eco-friendly building supplies, energy and prayer healing, meditation, clean water, etc.....
I'm striving to be vegan, taking two steps forward and one step back, all the time. Curse you, sushi, curse you....
This healthy eating thing has made dating a bit of a pain, though, so if you aren't vegetarian or vegan, you might want to think twice about me. We eat every day, so we may argue every day....
I was raised Christian, and am still Christian, though I don't attend Sunday services and am beginning to have a different translation of the Bible. I try not to call that "church" because *we* are the church, not a building... but anyway... I'm going to admit that my relationship with God isn't as close as I'd like it to be, but that's my fault. I'm also trying to be more disciplined with meditation, as I find that that is when I feel God speaks to me. Prayer is when I talk to Him, meditation is when He talks to me. I wish God would learn to text though. Some books that have recently impacted me are The Power of Now, The Four Agreements, and Conversations with God.
I'm seeking a guy who hopefully is in an artistic/musical/entertainment related field, because I love being able to relate to someone, and be excited about what they do. I may be old-fashioned, as well, but I appreciate a guy who isn't afraid to take care of a woman. I mean buy her dinner or take her away for the weekend without insisting on splitting the bill. I know we as humans are equal and independent, etc, but it's just the treatment I prefer. What can I say. Whether I'm earning $100,000 a year or $10,000 a year (and I've hit both extremes in the past 5 years), I still appreciate a man who will treat me like someone special in his life. Would it be too lame to say I'm worth it? :-P
Oh my gosh I write a lot.