44 Mannheim, Germany
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My self-summary
I love my life and I feel that the best is yet to come...

I favor an intelligent fun guy who has a good heart and substance. Tasty restaurants, a walk in the countryside and savory conversation over a warming cup of coffee are a few nice ideas to get together. What do you think?

I'm passionate about the simple things in life, like nature, dancing and cooking. I feel excited and curious when trying out a new recipe - surrendered to the process, like when cooking chili con carne or a Morrocan tagine that takes a long time to make. I love photography, Japanese culture, the smell of fresh flowers and a good swim. Oh, and I love the sea, rivers and oceans! I always feel free, invigorated, adventurous and happy near water.

My friends would tell you I'm a loyal, vivacious and tender kind of woman, and yet I mostly feel shy, passionate and centered. On a beautiful day you could find me sitting in the park enjoying the soft warm air and the sweet fragrance of flowers in bloom. And it feels serene to spend my leisure time pampering in a fragrant bath or reading a good book.
The first things people usually notice about me
My shiny long hair and my long legs. Oh... and that I blush easily;-)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
TV shows: I Enjoy Mad Men and the Americans - I feel completely absorbed, like I'm a part of the world that’s being portrayed.

Books: I recently read “The Best Of Everything” by Rona Jaffe and enjoyed the feel of Manhattan in the 1950s. Nostalgic in some ways...
The six things I could never do without
Feeling the grass beneath my feet when I walk across a meadow

Good food - preparing it, savoring it and talking about it

Good conversations make me feel alive

Nightswimming in the summer

Travel - Traveling opens up a different world in me. My favorite trips have been to rented cottages in France or Italy. I enjoy experiencing nature and BEING there. Maybe cook a little, swim, take a walk and talk over a glass of red wine or two.
You should message me if
you believe chivalry is not dead but still very much alive...