kiers10j
47 Los Angeles, United States
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My self-summary
I don't answer one word messages, unless it's a very interesting word.

I'm looking for my sweetheart, my beshert, my beloved.

I want to find a guy who has more musical ability than I do (to guide me when I get lost), who can sing harmony. For our road trips!

My tastes are fine and funky— I appreciate quality without being super acquisitive. I'm a bit of a foodie, but not obsessively so. I'm on a salty kick right now. Bubbe's pickles!

I am a writer, researcher, editor and filmmaker. I have possibly way too many books. Sort them with me?

I'm really looking for someone with whom I can share daily hikes, walks, yoga, dancing and sweating with heavily beating hearts. I spend a lot of time sitting very still in intense concentration, and I need to get my old dance and yoga routine back.

I have a dual membership at the LACMA and like to go often, both for the art and the artisanal cocktails at Stark Bar. I also love the movies, especially but not exclusively art-house and foreign. I like a good popcorn movie (and popcorn, but real butter only, please!). I'm a food snob, I admit it.

Do you have a Siberian Husky? Or two? Please let's get together and go grass mushing! I love them. I love all animals. I have two lovely cats.

I think my time spent on cute cat (and otter!) videos is healthy, as opposed to the time I spend thinking about the decline of Western civilization, which is starting to freak me out beyond measure. I have my passport ready, and would be willing to relocate to Denmark, Iceland, New Zealand or Thailand. Maybe Spain or Portugal where I could buy a house for what I pay for an apartment in LA. Or Slovenia. They have good honey there.

I am very loyal and have a strong sense of fairness. I can be fierce. I use big words. I also sometimes use salty language. I'm a wordsmith! Spicy language is often considered offensive but honest. I'll take that.
What I’m doing with my life
Trying to remember that I am spirit having a human experience.

A writer, a reader, an editor, a dancer, a listener, a healer. But what I really want to do is direct. Working on making that happen.

I come from a family of musicians and artists. I have a cello I haven't played in a while, I can keep a beat and like singing jazz standards, bluegrass harmonies and medieval tunes. It has been recommended that I learn the didgeridoo to strengthen my throat. I go to a shul that has a great davening team and I sing my heart out during services (which I haven't been to since last HHD, making me a High-Ho girl, I guess), in fairly passable but often faked Hebrew (who am I kidding? No one is buying it, but they're nice at my shul all the same). I love kirtan chanting as well. I'm in the market for shriti box.

I am independent, but I tend to caucus with the Jews and Vedic types.
I’m really good at
freestyling in the kitchen (but not with baked goods) and starting trees from seed, even with northern exposure. My kapok tree is 11 feet tall, growing out my apartment window. Ideally, you have, or we can find together, a yard that needs a tree that wants to grow 200 feet tall. I'm like that tree—vast potential, but a bit root bound. I'm ready for a transplantation!
The first things people usually notice about me
is that I make them feel tingly.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I am an adventurous cook, and like to use every dish in the kitchen.

I have five bars of raw cacao I brought from Peru in my fridge and smoked Spanish paprika on my spice shelf.

My secret go-to ingredients are saffron, Cointreau, cardamom or Angostura Bitters. I guess that's kinda me: sweet, spicy and a little unexpected.

I love sacred music where I can sing along—

I also like all kinds of music from Tortoise to Junip to Great Northern to Joni Mitchell to Led Zep to Schubert to A.R. Rahman to Julieta Venegas to Celia Cruz to Perez Prado to Sibelius to the Knife to Bjork to Philip Glass to Fever Ray to the Doors to Duke Ellington.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
quantum reality.
On a typical Friday night I am
lighting candles
You should message me if
you have a good heart and good hands, and are willing to go the distance.
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