Handy around the house (light electrical, carpentry and plumbing). I have to be, for the apt. building I own.
I like to cook. Philosophy degree and $5 gets you a good Starbucks coffee but I prefer Dunkin' Donuts.
Anything else you may be curious about?
Just ask me. I'd love to write the great American novel someday soon. Eclectic interests, such as eastern philosophy,chess, shamanism, Jungian psychology, history of private lives, Early Rome, Spirituality, astrology and more. PS early retirement so am hopefully making the best use of time. Tai Chi is very very good for me. :) PPS I cannot see "likes"...just message me instead if interested. Never mind most don't read this far or wish to remain anonymous and will "like" me anyways.
I am in a somewhat enviable position. I live off passive income and have taken early retirement, so no need to work 9-5. Free unlimited flight miles means the world is my oyster. I'm looking for that pearl. I am not tied to the area and can relocate and plan to do so, but not now as no wish to make a sideways move. :) Always nice to see new places and meet kindred souls. I have a website that is 'new age' in astrology. I am an ordained minister online so I can perform wedding ceremonies for family and friends. I am writing a book .
Favorite music includes Black Keys, early Beatles, Cream, Diana Krull, Fat Boy Slim, Benny Goodman,Gershwin, 50's Motown, Tears for Fears, Peter Gabriel, INXS, Sade and others. Not so much into rap or free form jazz. Love da blues and some country music is funny. Music, movies, shows, food and books do not determine compatibility. :)
Favorite foods include Chinese done wok style, with plenty of veggies. Also Thai, but I'm not one for tofu.
I like the old Classic "Death takes a Holiday", B & W. It was remade as "Meet Joe Black" with Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins. Another favorite is "Heaven can Wait", the 1943 version. The gentleman who played the angel in the later version (with Warren Beatty, not Chris Rock) was the main character in the 1943 version, namely James Mason, one of my favorites.
I'm sure there's more along the lines of shows, venues, etc. but nothing comes to mind right now. But who can forget "It's a Wonderful Life"? Well our tastes and favorites can give us an insight into one another, but certainly do not define us., nor are keys to a good relationship.
An idle mind is the devil's workshop, so they say. :)
Also, why is bra singular, but panties are plural?
Driveway is where you park, but parkway is where you drive?
Why do some you write to on here, never respond? :) not even to say 'not interested'. But they keep looking at your profile?