Finding my passion, what to do with my life. Ocean photog, animals love em travel/languages, painting, music. Outdoors, did I say redwoods yet. Australia Dec 2015. Ekart Tolle!
Sacramento, in love with Redwood Trees there is nothing more awesome than the smell of a redwood forest, best aroma therapy! 350 SCUBA dives, love the ocean.
"My hearts in the highlands." Robbie Burns I know many people but my friends would give me the shirt off their back and have, I'm very blessed.
Tri lingual, (español/português, well traveled, puddle stomping, tree climbing, I assert that coffee is one of the five major food groups bad puns hiking tantric friends lovers kind intelligent conversation road trips sunsets stars, laughing smiles are contagious!
"To dream the impossible dream".
eclectic tastes in music and men.
Heard a good quote on NPR that hit me, "life is not a dress rehearsal".
Lotsa volunteer work in past, HIV and gay organizations, theater, community, gay chamber of commerce, Monterey Bay Aquarium: Public shows, school outrach.
Enjoy photography, love cinema, art, road trips, promenading in suburban settings, pilgrimages to the mtns. Love walking along the American river.
Making choices, taking responsibility, cleaning up mistakes, possibility.
“Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.”
Notwithstanding the above, open minds, and eclectic tastes, spooning, love artists of all sorts, musicians, creative people, animal lovers. Hippie boys. Love, It's all a chemical reaction isn't it.
Intelligence, sensitivity, practical, dreamers, accents, life experience, suspension of disbelief, passion for vocations, art, creativity, are turn-ons over materialism.
Words are so important, we create our world with our words, ¿no?. Manners and a good vocabulary are a sine qua non. A good kick in the pants when I'm out of line is appreciated.
Sage, incense, are we not all connected, related, love one another, enough with war. The older i get i see less black and white i see and more shades of gray.
“My friends have made the story of my life. In a thousand ways they have turned my limitations into beautiful privileges, and enabled me to walk serene and happy.” -Helen Keller
“Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing.” - Helen Keller
O.K. I'm done.