Also, if you are interested, why not send out a message ? I send out messages. I get some "no responses" and "no thank yous". Why aren't more men open to hearing the same ? Why do men just look so much and not send a message ? Why not express yourself, at least just alittle ..........
So, after first meeting, if we both want, we could "date" for a while to get to know each other. Honestly, we can enjoy that. For me, this is not something to be too long and drawn out however. Let it happen in a natural and comfortable way, but let it happen ........
If it's long-distance, I am also now more open to that then before. We can phone and skype and then travel to meet each other. But it has to truly be Honest. Not a long-distance scam .... we both have to enjoy the whole situation ( the person, the potential, the locations, etc. ) and give each other our time and attention.
I realize that when men are intensely " into " their jobs or have grown children or become grandparents, some of that "charming way" of attracting women can get put "on the back burner" so to speak ..... or one seeks the fulfilment of a "fantasy" .... a much younger love-partner, etc., etc. Well, I'm not a "fantasy" woman. I am a true and lovely person who sincerely wants to know you and live in Joy and Harmony. I have the sensuality, desire, health and "energy" to do that. Talk to me and have your own impression ... ask questions ... thats' all okay.
About family .... I truly enjoy being around children in spite of not having any of my own. I'm also happy to enjoy and participate in "family" activites !
I'll briefly add that I am a freelance, photographic artist. I've photographed many Live Music Concerts ( of many types of music ) and also the Beauty in Nature. I currently work at photography part-time and sell my work at several large public gardens. I could be "retired", but photography is something I really enjoy.
Right now, I live in Tujunga, just north of Glendale, CA. It's about 15 minutes from downtown LA ( really ! ), tucked up into the beautiful San Gabriel Mountain foothills. Please notice that this is Tujunga and Not Topanga. However, I'm open to "change" and the possibility of moving within Metropolitan LA or even "beyond". It definitely is possible for me ... There's so much to enjoy and explore, in addition to other travels.