My glass is at least half full and most days my energy bubbles up through all my circuits even before the coffee hits my lips. Sunshine helps. And the coffee is very important.
I'm a playwright, writer of other stuff, theatre producer (very small time) and I have a little academic biz.
I'm committed to a healthy life ahead, so I work out most days Lots of Yoga. I also enjoy expressive movement care to dance? flail about to music? I like to hike, swim, snorkel, SCUBA (tropical waters---oooooo.) I'm not into extreme anything--except occasional bouts of chocolate...Ok cupid? remember Tisaneme...
I'm ready to open my life and my heart to that special friend. I look forward to becoming good friends and lovers and building a trusting and emotionally intimate connection. (Physical too, of course. But I've learned that emotional intimacy is harder to create and more important long-term.) I'm not looking to fill a hole in my heart or my life, but rather, for a relationship where we bring out the best in one another and create a safe place to hold one another's hearts and dreams. Wow that sounds like true confessions and a little schmaltzy. But hell, it's really what I'm looking for.
I'm resilient and creative--practical and positive. I value these qualities and hope someone else will. Fortunately we're all different and those differences can enrich us (and drive us a little crazy but, that goes with the territory.) Something tells me I may need to be with an extrovert. I know there's value in opposites and I have tried that. I can say that my introverted qualities have expressed themselves more in the last few years.
I don’t seek opulence simple pleasures are very good. My travel budget trades fancy for frequency hands down. And travel is something I'd like to do more of. I'm not afraid to travel alone and I have often, but it would be nice to find a friendly and curious travel companion. I do appreciate nice things and I clean up "nice." Laughter is VERY important--a tonic, a process and an end in itself. I can't abide the doctrinaire. I love to have friends over to eat and drink--occasionally to Scrabble or movie. I hope you have friends too (this is important.) I'd like to meet them and weave circles together, where that works. A table full of good food and drink and conversation is a wonderful thing. The attitude of exploring is good for all sorts of horizons--geography, emotion, food, story, music, the deck, PDX, the country, the world ...