I'd say loyalty is one of my strengths, I have - & keep- a ton of friends. Therefor I'm interested in an urbanite who enjoys socializing; whether it's parties, lectures, the theatre, Burning Man or the Fremont Fair. As an unabashed city-slicker I'm NOT looking for those proverbial romantic sunsets beach walks or a hiking or biking partner, though willing to leave city limits for road trips. Love 'em!
Presume from my photos it's obvious that I also love fashion (and am known for my unique style). But I'm not a complete airhead, and I realize that dressing up is more about fun (and it's NOT about how much you can spend, quite the opposite) than narcissism. Clothes are also an art-form, one too oft overlooked here in Seattle, unfortunately.
I do love animals, & since living in the PC NW I write my quota of political action letters, from animal rights to politics and women's issues. I also do a lot of volunteering (though sometimes it's just to get into a gala without spending the $150 on a ticket!). In other words, like most of us, I'm a mass of contradictions: a broke but always bill-payin' long-time home-ownin' artist. I will say that I'm far less flaky than I look, creative but as "down to earth" as they come..
Hard Day's Night
almost any documentary
Across The Universe
My Life As A Dog
West Side Story
Jim Jarmusch films
"American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot” (Craig Ferguson's Biography)
anything by David Sedaris
Patricia Cornwall or something distracting
I'm an omnivore, but spicy is faves, so maybe Indian or Vietnamese. Love Sushi. And real BBQ, not this NW ketchuppy slop.
Blues (I once was the head of security for the Winthrop Blues Festival. Now that was a wild weekend!)
ok, I admit it, I love cheesy Musicals, my darkest secret for the Internet. I have season tickets to the 5th Avenue
my art supplies
I'm a doer, not a thinker.
But I do spend a lot of time organizing events & submitting proposals.
Baking Birthday cakes (maybe couple a week)