Somewhere between Donna Reed & Lara Croft.
I rarely take the beaten path, sometimes by choice, sometimes it just happens. Sometimes I like gourmet lobster mac & cheese, sometimes the stuff from the blue box. My skills and interests are wide-ranging and varied. I would describe myself as romantic and girly but low-maintenance and low-drama.
I cook A LOT and am always trying new recipes. I also like getting out to hike, kayak and otherwise enjoy the outdoors when time, funds, and company permit.
I grew up on a horse farm in the countryside (well, they really aren't located anywhere else.) But I'm just at home in the big city (depending on which one) I guess cities are like people - you either click with them or you don't.
1,000 words now?! Will it ever be enough? I thought brevity was the key to good communication!
Being asked directions in foreign lands in languages I don't speak.
I have been told I have nice legs and a nice smile.
I've also been told I move like a panther. Of course that was an acting exercise - I don't usually go about on all fours.
Stoppard is definitely one of my favorite playwrights.
For music - anything that makes me want to dance or I just connect to in some way.
As for food, I like things that are tasty. This means not you - celery!
On the go:
form of transportation
keen sense of surroundings
cute but supportive shoes
fully stocked kitchen
someone interesting to talk to
knitting supplies/craft project of some kind
garden (even if only in containers)
pet (obviously I can live w/o this but would rather not)
Where to find the best dish (tacos, pizza, cocoa, etc.) in the DMV area.
How I can get inexhaustible traveling funds to visit friends/have friends visit me.
How the pioneers did/made stuff
You know how to balance the responsibilities of being an
adult with the kid inside.
You watched Belle & Sebastian, Fraggle Rock, or The Gummi Bears as a kid.