The point has come in my life to start looking for a someone to build a life with. Though the years I've dated and learned a lot about myself from these experiences...especially after living in San Francisco for 10 years where dating is a minefield! I'm not putting much hope into this site but it couldn't hurt. However with the advent of social media, why are we less social? Are there people who don't have their face buried in a mobile device??
The past few years have proven a bit of a challenge but with fortitude, I've grown stronger and determined! My life is almost complete with my career, home, friends, family and sharing this with someone would be great! Also, no need to pick out china patterns!! I have my grandmothers china she kept for years and it looks beautiful!!
I've seen a few judgmental people on this site, so it is no wonder why these people are steadfastly single! If you don't like an answer to one of the questions I took time out to answer, deal with it and move on! No, I'm not bitter or jaded; I see things for how they are and I call people out on their B.S. I've waded through all the dating bullshit when I was younger, and I don't have time or patience for the childish shit guys seem to dish out...even at their age! Its time to get our acts together and build a life! That life doesn't include waiting for the next circuit party and wearing A&F shirts past 40!
Cooking, taking care of my house, Costco shopping(!!), avoiding paying full retail price, martini making.
I could add more!
If you think BeYAWNce, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Nicky Minaj, DiaRihanna, and the crumbling, geriatric, utterly pathetic "I gotta stay relevant so people like me", Madonna is good music, I won't judge; OK, I will a little! To use the word "artist" to describe these, over-hyped, marginally talented, corporate shills is a misnomer as best!
I do admit, I loved Madonna back in the 80's and early 90's when her music was good.
I've read quite a few books and the latest was Crashing Through: A True Story of Risk and Adventure and the Man Who Dared to See by Robert Kurson. An amazing read indeed!
When it comes to movies, I like the classics the best. Too many to list but the writing and the acting was far superior to the much of the garbage put out by Hollywood today.
2. Friends. I don't see my friends often since they are spread out across Southern California and the country.
3. I know how to cook and do when I have the time.
4. My AMEX card! I never leave home without it!
5. My bed. This is what I look forward to after long days at work in 600 TC sheets!!
6. Cup of ambition. Yes, coffee! Oh Lordy Yes!! The sweet morning nectar of life!