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This forum just came to my attention,  although I've been popping in and out of permies for years!    Maybe I knew and forgot,  I hear that happens at 50.  

Let's see...   Living in MA currently, not against the idea of relocating to a slightly longer growing season with fewer taxes/ restrictions in the future.   I run my own established small business so that would be a process, not a spontaneous decision.   TN?  KY?  Property prices look decent in those areas,  I poke around now and then.

About me, hmm.   Libertarian,  agnostic,  introvert,  opinionated,  thoughtful, helpful, gracious, keto, practical, minimalist.   Independent.   I have dogs, cats, rabbits, fish..   have had (and would like to have again)  sheep, ducks, rabbit.   I know a good deal about, and have an aptitude for,  animal care of all sorts and gardening.  

What I'm looking for.  Easy companionship,  someone at a similar place in life (grown kids,  winding down to a slower pace,  enjoying a simpler pace), complimentary skills.  Looking to take it slow with some internet dialogue to start with, not in a hurry to rush off into a relationship willy nilly.  

Permaculture, sustainability, freedom, personal responsibility are all very important things to me.   Not getting any younger.  

Nitty gritty:   totally into intimacy but not constantly.  I like some space too.  I'm not a touchy/ clingy/ cuddly woman.   Do you know about love languages?  https://www.5lovelanguages.com/quizzes/  Physical touching to express affection is my very least category.  Acts of service and quality time are my top two.   If you ARE a physical touching primary or secondary love language, you would likely feel neglected by me!  Don't do that to yourself ;)  

Now let's see if I can remember how to do this picture thing...  
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HI Heather, I have a post on this forum someplace... Lol. Not real good with this internet stuff, but if you would like to talk lets find the way.

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I am interested. You are pretty, and serious, and I cannot go wrong with pretty serious!

You say that you are not touchy but i bet you would be all over me ;-p

My email is richardcallings@gmail.com

I hope i made you smile, look forward to talk and ahsre some knowledge with you.
 
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Ricky Carmo wrote:I am interested. You are pretty, and serious, and I cannot go wrong with pretty serious!

You say that you are not touchy but i bet you would be all over me ;-p

My email is richardcallings@gmail.com

I hope i made you smile, look forward to talk and ahsre some knowledge with you.




Thanks for the reply Ricky, that's very flattering!   I see in another thread you mentioned your dedication to religion and putting God first in your life.   That's not going to be compatible with me and my lifestyle, but I certainly respect and appreciate your time and nice thoughts <3  Have a wonderful day, looks like it's finally spring here!
 
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[quote=Tom Berens]HI Heather, I have a post on this forum someplace... Lol. Not real good with this internet stuff, but if you would like to talk lets find the way.

Tom[/quote]

Thanks Tom!  New Mexico?!   Now that's a location I hadn't ever considered!  I'd love to hear more about it.   I'll "moosage" you an email address ;)
 
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HI Heather, Did not get your mooseage so I will try to send you one.

Tom
 
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I really enjoyed taking the test.  At 23% I rated high in the touchy feely department but came in at a 2% on the gift department.  I enjoyed reading your thread.
 
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