58 San Diego, United States
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My self-summary
I crave what the poet David Whyte wrote of in
“Everything is Waiting For You.”
Here's the opening.

"Your great mistake is to act the drama
as if you were alone. As if life
were a progressive and cunning crime
with no witness to the tiny hidden transgressions.
To feel abandoned is to deny
the intimacy of your surroundings. "

In my vivid fantasy world, James Bond is my mentor and "The Most Interesting Man in the World" would be my life coach. I strive to be an exotic blend of Oscar Wilde and Noel Coward.

Recently a good friend had this to say about me: “you walk the fine line between fun and serious, sensual and sexual, romantic and raunchy." Hey--it's a tough road to hoe but I've had plenty of practice.

Hopefully you get a grasp of what I’m like from my friends prospective from this quote, and the “raunchy” part I hope is more about my sense of humor more than anything else, lol.
What I’m doing with my life
The entrepreneurial growth process continues. I work with business owners to help them better market their businesses. I work from home and set my own hours. I really do enjoy what I do--and for those of you who ask--no, I'm NOT into network marketing.
I’m really good at
Causing trouble.
The first things people usually notice about me
My eyes...and my sense of humor.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I only occasionally watch tv--about once a month and that tends to be HBO. I do have a guilty pleasure with Game of Thrones though so I'll be watching tv once a week starting in April.

Musically I'm not limited to one genre and I'll listen to whatever feels right on the moment but I find myself gravitating to old soul mostly--groups like The Delfonics, Dionne Warwick, Earth, Wind and Fire, the Royalettes, Curtis Mayfield, The Dramatics and the Stylistics dominate my Spotify playlist. I'm listening to Deniece Williams as I type this.

I spend a lot of time reading and following the work of David Deida. If you haven't heard of him he's worth Googling.
The six things I could never do without
Great food
5 Senses
I used to say the ocean/beach, but I’ve since learned that I would give up the beach for a little daily spooning. (the hugging kind)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
When will the world get male birth control pills?
What if the hokey pokey really is what it’s all about?
How to make more desserts on the BBQ.
If everyone Wang Chungs tonight, what will tomorrow look like?
Or the great debate of green vs red Tabasco, should you bring the heat or the flavor?
On a typical Friday night I am
Enjoying stimulating conversations with friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Really? I procrastinate in front of the computer instead of cleaning my house.
You should message me if
You want to laugh and enjoy a good sense of humor