A little about me...
Everyone agrees you’ve got to use it or lose it. So, after retiring from the University of Washington, I’ve been working on this plan to keep busy. Somehow I’ve lived 70 years now, and have high hopes I’ll see many more years.
Volunteering in the English as a second language program at Edmonds Community College has become a regular part of my week. I’m a teacher’s aide in the classroom, a facilitator in the lab where students come to do their homework, and a leader of weekly “Talk Time” sessions.
I’m also thinking about forming a small group or salon made up of mostly creative people––writers, teachers, musicians, artists, filmmakers, photographers, chefs and other kindred spirits––who’d like to get together to share their work, ideas and opinions in a positive, informal setting. Would you be interested?
You may think I’m crazy after all these years, but I believe you get to choose how long you last, especially if you accentuate the positive and don’t take things too seriously. My plan is to pursue my passions for teaching, the arts, left coast politics, food and travel as much as possible.
About the one I'm looking for...
It's a mystery. I don't think we can predict chemistry or attraction or what makes two people click.
I'd just like to add...
My favorite quote: "The greatness of a nation and it's moral progress can be judged by the way it treats its animals." Gandhi
Q. Do you enjoy cooking?
A. I really enjoy cooking
Q. How patient do you consider yourself?
A. Quite patient
Q. Are you romantic?
A. Very romantic
Q. How punctual are you typically?
A. Always on time
Q. Do you enjoy going to the movies?
A. Love it
Q. How much do you enjoy going to live theatre?
A. Like it a lot
Q. How much do you like reading?
A. I enjoy it
My Top Interests:
News and Politics