32 • Southwark, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Female / Single / ID: 2593923
Seeking Female 29 - 37 living within 50 kms of Southwark, London (Greater), United Kingdom For: Penpal, Friendship, Romance / Dating, Long Term Relationship
Last active: 3 months ago
Art / Painting, Astrology, Beach / Parks, Concerts / Live Music, Cooking / Food and Wine, Crafts, Dancing, Dining Out, Education, Fashion Events, Music (Listening), Meditation, Movies / Cinema, Museums / Galleries, Philosophy / Spirituality, Photography, Poetry, Reading, Shopping, Social Causes / Activism, Theatre, Traveling, TV: Educational / News, TV: Entertainment, Volunteering, Writing
American, French, Barbecue, Seafood, Greek, Indian, Italian, Chinese / Dim Sum, Japanese / Sushi, Continental, Thai, Deli, Vegetarian / Organic, Mediterranean, Vegan, Fast Food / Pizza, Mexican
Classical / Opera, Country / Folk, Pop, Soft Rock
The Greatest Showman (makes me come alive, love everything about it), Mamma Mia (sunny, feel-good, I love Abba, and it reminds me so much of me and my mum), The Wedding Planner (comfort, some great lines, memories), - I like 'feel Good films'. I love the beauty of the artistic surrealism, romance and symbolism in Big Fish. I'd have to think a bit more about some others some time.
Several, depends what for. I have special places in my heart for Tipping the Velvet, Glory Road, Anne of Green Gables, Little Women, The Darling Buds of May, and the Harry Potter books. Hand to Mouth: No Ordinary Cookbook is definitely one of my favourite books, - it's visually gorgeous, and the stories have a romance to them, visually nourishing and soul feeding - try and get a copy. I love the poetry of Mary Oliver and E.E.Cummings, and the writing of Jeannette Winterson. Most of my favourite books are from my past. There's a handful of non-fiction books on various new-age and holistic things that I use and dip into a lot and excite me. I like comforting or heart-warming books full of beautiful description, emotions, good values, wisdom, and that I learn something from, stretch my mind a bit, and nurture me.
Open to, but aware it will take work and time to understand some deep and fundamental things about each other about which we could know noting and/or misunderstand or mis-interpret.
Answer to the question 'How would you spend a perfect romantic weekend?': - beautiful views, curling up, good food, - it would be more about how I felt in myself and with them.