I have a strong preference for joy and delight although I'm sensitive and moved by hardships, tragedy and sorrow. An attentive listener and an ardent conversationalist -- I talk with anybody everywhere. Health conscious but not obsessed. Deep thinking. Always seeking new ideas. Jewishly knowledgeable and strongly identified. I've recently uprooted my life, again, finishing my 2-year sojourn in Chicago, to return to Falls Church, my home turf, to be near my children. The adventure continues. I'm ecstatic at the possibilities. Maybe you.
The descriptive selections under "pets" don't fit my reality. I am a pet person. To many of you this is telling, so I'll tell: I've lived with and cared for several dogs over the past 20 years. I've also lived amicably with a couple cats, one my own, when young and single. The peak household pet population included: 2 dogs, Hugs & Kisses, Cuddles the bunny, her cagemate Penelope the Guinea Pig, Pooper the parakeet, Goldlie the goldfish, and Spike the googly-eyed Black Moor goldfish. Now I'm just a pet person with none. My future may hold a pair of blue roan English Cocker Spaniels.