When you meet me, you won't know quite what to make of me. But you are not the kind of person who makes snap judgements or buys into stereotypes. So you will be intrigued enough to start a friendship. We will spend time wandering through art galleries, museums and Toronto's green spaces sharing ideas, talking. We will discover so many things in common we will be surprised. Our closeness will grow gradually
You and I are not obsessed with money or status. We know that life's best rewards come from meaningful creative work, and closeness with friends and family. Compassion and love are more important to us than success. Though we love the stimulation of the city we also love to get out into the wild spaces and re-connect with nature. We march to the same drummer, but it's not the drummer that most people are marching to.
Because of this, you will understand how important my creative work is to me. You will appreciate that I also know how important your work is to you, and that I don't constantly demand your presence because I know this. We are both somewhat self sufficient, and guard each others solitude, rather than demand each other's attention. You are not intimidated or weirded out by the fact that I like to read philosophy, history and anthropology sometimes for fun.
But we do love good company! We have a wide array of close and quirky friends and we love to have a few of them over for dinner. We care about them deeply - and will do anything we can to support them. We laugh and share good food and good times.