Dating creative person
If you think you may have found my smile, please e-mail me as I really need it to be myself. When people are sometimes asked to describe me, the term "spark plug" is often used.I know how to speak my mind and get what I want, but I do so with a smile.“There may be a sense of disconnection from others and alienation, both from society and from oneself, and despair over ever being able to have satisfying meaningful or intimate relationships.” From her article Different by Design: How to MOVE From FEELING Defective to BEING Distinctive.
They should help give you an idea on what type of profiles get attention and have more people responding to it. A little bit about myself: I enjoy travel, camping by a lake, gardening, home decorating, Comedy Clubs & Dinner Theater, music, my dog, & celebrating special occasions.
In his interview in the Speakeasy TV series with singer, songwriter, actress and LGBTQ activist Cyndi Lauper, Billy talked about a feeling many artists have, of being an outcast as a teenager, and recalled being told he was “wrong” and needed to do something about it.
He said he looked up to Cyndi as a role model of an artist who could be very different, an outsider, and still be successful.
She loves rock & roll and may be found at concerts.
I have conflicting reports that she's either a blonde or a brunette.