I'm actually very, very new., certainly new to being a woman..
Up till recently I spent my life as a male seeking the perfect woman, someone who shared my values and view of the world, and I was among the most surprised that the woman I was looking for was me.
To paraphrase Marilyn Monroe, I'll just say "I don't mind living in a man's world if I can be a woman it
ALERT: If you have something to say, please say it and not some lame generality. IF YOU SAY NOTHING BUT ONE WORD OR SO, your message will just be deleted ASAP.
DOUBLE ALERT: A one word spasm is NOT a message....and indicates you probably didn't even read the profile....OR...worse...you did read it....but just have nothing interesting to say.
TRIPLE ALERT: If your profile has NOTHING in it but cliches that are normally seen on Hallmark greeting cards...about how sweet and sensitive you are.... also don't expect that they will be noticed among the hundreds of other emails. Why not be really sensitive and sweet and actually take the time to say something rather than "nothing"
And truthfully, no one (who has a life) really has time to spend chatting with someone they don't know, who lives hundreds and thousands of miles away. And who is too lame or dull to say anything worthwhile in a message Do they?
OK, guys...especially those strong silent hunky guys who must be out there somewhere; Here's the secret of life --
Every woman dreams of making some guy feel very, very good and making that guy very, very happy. That's number ONE. The problem is that most guys don't "get it"...and they just talk and talk and talk.... So in the end "they don't GET it".... :)
So as Eli Wallach said in the "Good, Bad, and Ugly" If you're gonna shoot, don't talk...shoot!!! :
Oh yes..that means - a "quiet little table in the corner for two"...also That's the best place to 'reach out and touch someone', don't ya think, handsome?
I should also say that I am not so naive..as many of us are in this dating game..to think that I'm just going to bump into the perfect date, lover, romance and live happily ever afterward. I might...and..lol..you might, too.
But really what I am looking for in this internet interlude is good cup of coffee or two (or...OK...maybe a glass of wine) and some good conversation. That's the most we can bet on in life....and after that, who knows.
What that means is that I consider myself a person of substance and I'm hoping to spend an hour or two with another person of substance. That in itself is a rare enough treat. And, most definitely, I am not looking for some poor ravaged male soul who believe that an email and a courteous "hello" back means that he is going to engaged in mad love making very soon.. :)
My life, I believe, is an adventure . I do have moments every now and then when I am terrified.Will I be able to become the woman I wish to be? . But perhaps we all do have such moments. And if you tell me you're just an average boring guy, guess what? I'll be bored right away.
OK, one more thing. I don't know how I took those photos. They look a lot better than I do in real life it, so don't be fooled by pixels. .pssst.. I've probably improved since the photos...and, as I progress in my journey this next year or so, I will soon have the estrogen of a twenty year old hottie coursing through my veins...
By the way, we don't have to be totally "date" driven here, do we? I've met some potential great friends--without the romantic strings attached
But a kiss and a hug from someone who shares the adventure makes all the difference, don't they. We all need not only to be truly held...but to be totally and truly BEHELD as who we are....Maybe I'll be lucky to find that. Maybe you will . I've told you where to find me. and get me and take me away from all this...LOL
“Love is not a hot-house flower, but a wild plant, born of a wet night, born of an hour of sunshine; sprung from wild seed, blown along the road by a wild wind. A wild plant that, when it blooms by chance within the hedge of our gardens, we call a flower; and when it blooms outside we call a weed; but, flower or weed, whose scent and colour are always, wild!”
― John Galsworthy, The Forsyte Saga
PS: for those guys (or girls) who really have nothing to say...why in the world do you want to "chat"..You're just going to bore me even faster than you might in real life....LOL So, please ,if you have nothing interesting or charming to say....save us both the waste of time, OK?
For those who smile at all this..rather than frown...and are curious as to a relationship with an exceedingly atypical gal like me, my other interests outside scientific research, include volunteer tutoring high IQ,, ADHD, and gifted children (I love kids..) and zealous nutritional and anti-aging supplementation ....as well as movies of all kinds, even the very, very bad. Yes, I've been known to cry at sad endings. And happy endings, too. And I have a weakness for baseball, too. Don't ask me why, they don't even wear short pants.
So, yes, now that I've abandoned my male life, as femaie I am seeking a confident, assertive woman or man to be part of a new life and for me to be part of theirs, ready for an unusual adventure, who yearns to have a glass of wine and snggle and watch an old 40's movie with a girlfriend every once in a while (I've always been a chronic snuggler and really am a 40s black-and-white movie girl.
I cannot be sure what the reaction to me will be on this website. I'm almost certainly not the type of girl you expected to meet here o, so I feel reluctant to contact you first.--and hope you choose to live dangerousy and contact me.
I do have some favorite TV shows in recent years...that I get from iTunes or DVD and use them to exercise with...never on TV time.....Fringe, Dexter, Sara Conner, Battlestar Galactica, 24, Lost......don't watch sitcoms ...because they are full of cultural propaganda.....would rather watch I Love Lucy reruns from a 100 years ago....LOL
Reading that shaped my life includes Herman Hesse (Siddharta, Steppenwolf and The Glass Bead Game), Castaneda, Zen and the other Motorcycle Maintenance, Ayn Rand (especially the Fountainhead), and biographical inspiration from Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, Steve Jobs, Anais Nin, Wittgenstein, Turing, Simone de Beauvoir ...
•Reality (that's why they invented it, isn't it. so we're not all prisoners of 'chat"...right?
•Great movies of all types and eras (and mostly not anything in recent years)
•My elliptical trainer and treadmill
•Joy (and that's a lot different from boring dumb and dumber "fun")
•Intelligent forms of life as company --day and night, dressed and undressed
•OMG...lol...did I forget to mention shopping, shopping, and more shopping??? That's three more. No...and more shopping....now. that makes TEN..
These are more Nuggets from the golden girl
** "Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition."
** "I used to think as I looked out on the Hollywood night — there must be thousands of girls sitting alone like me, dreaming.......... But I'm not going to worry about them. I'm dreaming the hardest."
** "We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkle."
** "Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world."
** "Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring."
My momma done told me never to chat with strangers....lol....and, actually AFTER we get to know each other's background a bit...then chatting can be fun.....but, honestly, guys, if a girl just went on chat with every guy who contacted her...and spent a half hour of chat time just to find out that they had nothing in common or to talk about....but you know what...lol......then she wouldn't be very smart would she? Too many men and too little time...lol Really.