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54 / F / Straight / Single
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- Yesterday – 4:03pm
- 5′ 0″ (1.52m)
- Body Type
- Judaism, but not too serious about it
- Taurus, and it’s fun to think about
- Sales / Marketing
- Rather not say
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t want kids
- Has dogs and likes cats
Alice in Wonderland is probably still my absolute favorite and honestly I love garden books and can read them the way most people read novels. I love Jeanette Winterson "Lighthouse Keeping", read most of Michener and still wish he would not do quite so much research and Hugo taught me more about the French Revolution than I absolutely needed but still love The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Les Miserable. I was into Tanith Lee until it got too far out there for me, I am open to just about anything that a friend recommends to me. I might just as well admit that I have read every Heinlein book, most Piers Anthony and any number of other sci-fi/fantasy. I read all the Ann Rice books, got very tired of her weeping vamps though so lost interest along the way. I have read most of Shakespeare's plays and sonnets, Jane Austen in complete, quite a bit of Steinbeck and ugh..Hemingway...but I read it anyway. I loved Ishmael.
Music....it's the words mostly I think....so if the words touch me, the genre may not be usual for me but I like it anyway. I really like the music now. Folk has come back and I love Adele, Ani DeFranco and Tracy Chapman and lately a lot of Pink. Music needs to either talk to my body or my mind and if it does both that is when it's perfect. I also really enjoy most classical (except Wagner), a lot of the pop music, tons of old blues, I like something from every era from very old blues to very current pop type music. I do love the musicals. New favorite:
I just discovered Agnes Obel.
Food.... I really developed a liking for Indian food and Pambiche (Cuban) is fantastic. I'm bored with Thai at this point and my soft spot for good pastries leads me to Pix Patisserie when my willpower fails. Ooh..and seafood, that's the best. I love oyster shooters, scallops, lobster, crab, mussels...mmmmm.Is champagne food?
Movies..I love musicals big time! Barbara, Judy, Shirley....sigh.....give me Andrew Lloyd Weber on film and I'm a happy camper......the Buffy Musical wins double award for combining vampires with campy musical numbers as does Rocky Horror....good dramas, old and new. I emote all over the place with some of them and though I loved it, I will never watch Pay it Forward again....thought I'd never dry up after that one. To be fair though, I cried when I thought Number 5 was dead as well as the little flying metal guy in ...damn, you know which movie that was right? I am adding Dr. Horrible's Sing along Blog, I loved it. And new favorite: Warm Bodies.
I cannot take excessive violence, do not watch horror at all as my imagination works just fine on its own with no help whatsoever.
what my dog is thinking (this is not one that takes a lot of time as Lucy is not an intellectual dog)
why we celebrate Christopher Columbus (who certainly does not deserve hero status) and not Thomas Crapper (because I don't care how mature you are "ballcock" is a funny word and I think he should be recognized for it in spite of not actually inventing the flushing toilet).
will I ever learn not to just open my mouth and let every thought, relevant or un fall out?
and I'm back to one of my older thoughts again.....wouldn't it make sense to have combination cemetary/golfcourses? I really think this is a brilliant idea if I could just get people over their creep factor.
This week it's thoughts about "When did that wrinkly thing on my elbow happen". Deep stuff, I know, but there you are.
Why aren't the beaches the obvious place to meet someone? I mean with all those romantic people taking long walks on them constantly, don't they run into each other a lot?
Am I the only person in the world that hears "you can't always eat a chihuahua" rather than "you can't always get what you want"?
This week has been all about naming a cat that I just acquired. He's a long hair, black polydactyl if that helps.
What is the large, dead fish meant to infer in men's profiles? I am assuming that women do not have dead fish in their profile pics but I could be wrong.
- Guys who like girls
- Ages 51–60
- Near me
- Who are single
- For long-term dating
LGBT comfortable is mandatory. I cannot be flexible on that. By comfortable I mean for equal rights across the board (including marriage) and dating someone who is involved with the community. For clarification I can say it is due to my job as well as my family that this is a factor not my preference. I am indeed straight...just not narrow.
If your age range includes what could be my daughter's age, or YOUR daughter's age I have no interest. I want someone who is realistic about their own age and looking for an equal not a trophy or an accessory or pathetically clinging to their illusions with the "I look and feel 10 years younger" statement.
you are actually looking to physically meet after a reasonable time and a phone call rather than eternal messaging. I have plenty of pen pals already.
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