I am here in Manhattan, to explore my collective interests. I recently left my work as a writer/actor; a career that I was very dedicated to for 35 years and am currently involved in designing wearable art. It requires a lot less auditions and It's a wonderful way to get my concepts off the walls and into the public. I am enjoying the opportunity of artistic independence.
I love treasure, and eternal questing but also get a great deal of inspiration from my young, adult children, friends and family.
I am a storyteller and have a big personality for someone who is relatively petite. love a lot of the "70s" culture and music and can remember the details of every concert I went to, back then. I have been a mentor for 20 years and have worked with parents and young adults in the autistic community. My life took a big turn when I chose to adopt a disabled orphan and the experience molded my outlook on overcoming impossible odds. I always have something to teach and something to learn.
One never knows...do one ?
I want to meet other community oriented people who love to focus on improvement projects. It's also time to expand my entire social circle. Always working towards having more energy, as well as creating a better diet. I am trying to use the city more fully now that I can work with a flexible schedule. I have everything I need TODAY and just want to meet a few terrific men to share ideas, activities, travel and fun. If I discover the right chemistry then I would love a seriious, committed relationship.
I love bad boy movies...old Sean Penn, Christian Slater, Nick Cage, Hugh Grant stuff, ( quirky is my thing ). Somehow, I have always loved Jeff Bridges; as he has no problem continuing to reinvent himself. Also a huge Mike Leigh fan and love his attention to historical detail.
I hit the restaurants that have 1/2 price specials because I unilaterally will NOT pay for ambiance but if you want to take me to world class dining spots, I wouldn't try to wrestle you out of the idea. I love to eat but my dancing, those happy old jeans and my health are more important. I miss Spumoni..the real old stuff we ate as kids. Always up for spicy Indian food, scones or baked french fries w/blue cheese...let's really be honest: the holiday buffet at the Waldorf! I am trying to stick with salads and fruits but I seriously would walk a mile for Lavazza cappuccino!!!
but I can identify with Sally Field and Linda Hunt.
2). It was probable that I was Annie Oakley in a prior life. Even her relatives agree.
You really think you've discovered something wonderful and you want to share your secret...
If you don't message me, I won't ever know why you keep visiting my profile, will I? Please, no fly-by-night visitors or foreign individuals looking for safe harbor. BTW: I have my own means of financial support; please have your own also.