64 Vancouver, United States
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My self-summary
I enjoy broad interests. My curiosity about virtually everything allows me to enjoy the company and activities of many people.
What I’m doing with my life
I try to live in the moment, build my health and cherish loved ones.
I’m really good at
Welcoming guests or being a guest, I like to entertain and to be entertained. I bake and cook well. I read and write reasonably well and I enjoy an abiding curiosity about the world and its peoples. I am a good friend, parent and daughter
The first things people usually notice about me
I don't know.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
favorite food: raw oysters; homemade ice cream; fragrant fresh oils; homemade kraut; homemade mayonnaise; fresh eggs; barely cooked salmon; very rare lamb and beef;
beet, fennel and Asian pear salad; real tomatoes in August, right from the garden.

books: many many many books dozens a year fiction; non fiction; cookbooks; New Yorker Mag; Architectural Digest Mag; Bon Appetit Mag; food labels; train schedules; Currently Reading: online profiles

show tunes, musicals, 60s & 70s rock, depression-era popular music (yes we have no bananas), Blues, Turandot, Carmen,

TV: Girls; Nurse Jackie; The Big C; Mad Men; Breaking Bad; Treme; The Wire; Wilfred; Jon Stewart; Colbert; House of Cards (BBC) & (US)

many movies: The Music Man; African Queen; Godfather; Drugstore Cowboy; Babette's Feast; Das Boot; Brokeback Mountain; To Kill a Mockingbird; Brother from another Planet; Auntie Mame (with R. Russell); Lincoln; Birdman
The six things I could never do without
Family and friends
Books and music
The possibility of authentic love
Sharp knives
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Everything and Nothing. Big Ideas. Minutia. Pleasure. What it means to be human.
On a typical Friday night I am
Doing whatever appeals to me. I love socializing, music, art, reading, dining, movies, lounging. I'm open to new things and comfortable with myself. My kids just took me dancing for my birthday, I had so much fun, I'm actually sore! The kids are taking me to see "Book of Mormon". And they gave me truffled honey for my birthday...sounds good on cheese.

Having just retired, I plan to take classes that interested me while I was in college, but wasn't able to schedule. Anthro, Linguistics, Literature, History. The possibilities are endless!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have been known to put an ice cube in white wine....OMG
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