I'm a girl (actually a woman, but I can be girly sometimes too!) of varied tastes and activities you can push me out of an airplane (at the proper altitude) with a parachute watch a Bruce Lee DVD (or criminal minds) you can hold my hand in a scary movie (I don't cover my eyes) take me to a posh restaurant and I will look the part, or we can go to the local burrito shop on our way to a ghost hunt.
I understand NFL football as well, if not better than a bookie; tried NFL sports betting one year and yes it was profitable!
Secretly I whish I could be Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct, but when I open my mouth you'll find out I'm more like Cameron Diaz in Something About Mary.
Giving makes me really happy, and YOUR happiness matters to me. I’ll do anything and everything I can to support you in following your dreams. I believe in dreams, and I’ve realized a fair amount of my own. I want the same for YOU!
My hero is Richard Halliburton, if I could find him in the ether, rewind time to the 1930's and he wasn't gay, together we'd take the world by storm...he already did. Like my hero I live with few regrets.
When his father wrote him during his travels, and asked him to "return to Memphis and adjust his life to "an even tenor." Halliburton wrote back:
"I hate that expression, and as far as I am able I intend to avoid that condition. When impulse and spontaneity fail to make my way uneven then I shall sit up nights inventing means of making my life as conglomerate and vivid as possible…. And when my time comes to die, I’ll be able to die happy, for I will have done and seen and heard and experienced all the joy, pain and thrills—any emotion that any human ever had—and I’ll be especially happy if I am spared a stupid, common death in bed…”
Halliburton was lost at sea in 1939 (at the age of 39) sailing a Chinese junk he had custom built in Hong Kong and headed across the Pacific to the Golden Gate International Exposition.
I don’t need a life brimming with Halliburtonesque excitement. These days God grants me the serenity to be the person my psychopharmacologist medicates me to be. I have great structure and strive for a balanced life, sometimes I dare say…boring, but I do crave spontaneity.
I live by living, not observing. I’ve done a triathlon on Phuket, ran the Maui Marathon, gone spelunking in Belize and midnight skinny dipping in the cenote Dos Ojos (Spanish for two eyes) so I could get an interview with the reclusive Buddy Quatlebaum who holds the world record on cave diving, and owns the property where Dos Ojos opens her dark eyes. Two of my Match photos are from beside Yalku Lagoon near Dos Ojos.I'm honest, intense, emotional & forgiving.What do I want in a man? True! True love, true to your word, true of heart and true to your beliefs, even when those beliefs are not popular and require sacrifice and bravery—be true. I am true to my beliefs and causes (enough to wind up in hand-cuffs) and I want THAT kind of sincerity in my partner. Be what you are and wear it on your sleeve.I want a man who is a gentleman and a gentle man. I’d rather be with someone smart than wise. Wise people learn from other people’s mistakes, but they never really dip their feet in the surf, do they? Smart people try, fail, get up, and try again & win.I adore men with wit, brains and humor over good looks. I don’t take myself, or anything else too seriously, except the causes I advocate for.
I’d love to say I’m low maintenance, but I’d be lying. I don’t specifically mean material things. It's the commitment that's key. I’m not for beginners, but for those who are ‘gifted learners’ of relationships or want to be.If you’re used to driving a Pontiac with standard equipment I’m probably not for you. I’m a Lamborghini, but I run well with preventative maintenance and proper care, and hey, I’m a hell of a lot more fun to drive than any Pontiac.
I’m Myrna Loy looking for her William Powell; are you ready for the real deal?