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Petite 40-Year-Old Hispanic Female Looking For Tall White Male (35-45)  RSS feed

 
Dee Martinez
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Me:

First, the physical because that's how it usually starts, right?  I'm 5'1,” size 2/4.  Small in stature, big in heart.   I have long, dark brown hair, dark brown eyes, big lips, and am “easy on the eyes.”  I love dressing up (the outfits, the heels, the hair, the nails, the makeup, etc.), but I also love throwing my hair back in a braid, putting on a pair of old jeans and a t-shirt and getting my hands (and inevitably my face ) dirty outside.

I am typically a happy person and find joy in even the smallest of things: baby seedlings, sunshine, chickens being chickens, my silly dogs, etc.  I'm a Sagittarius through and through (except for the fear of commitment).  I have a great sense of humor and an easygoing manner, but I've been called a “pistol” (I am a fire sign and born in the year of the Dragon, so it's beyond my control  ).  I am very affectionate, honest, unwaveringly loyal, and prefer a compromise where we're both happy to me getting my way and my partner being unhappy.  I've always felt the need to stand for what I believe in and be myself, even if it makes me the odd one out.   

I have an insatiable thirst for knowledge: permaculture (of course!), natural health and healing, nutrition, science, the supernatural, languages, animals – the list is endless.  Aside from the occasional concert or going out for dinner and a movie, I prefer to stay home (dinner and a movie at home is even better!).  I enjoy watching movies (anything other than horror and gore), reading, listening to music (everything from metal to hip hop and from Latin to Arabic) or podcasts, and working on my land.  I can, however, have fun doing anything, depending on the company.

I live on 5 acres in a small farming community in Northwestern Illinois and am working on converting 3 acres of my property into a fruit/nut silvopasture (poultry and maybe a few pigs), with a half-acre or so devoted to berries and annuals.  I'd like to develop this part of my land into a permaculture business.  The location is ideal as I live off of a main road that connects two towns.  I'd also love to develop this place into a homestead with a wonderful man by my side.

You:

Again, it all starts with the physical because one can't help what one is attracted to.  I happen to be attracted to tall (at least 5'11”) Caucasian men.  While I'm nowhere near perfect, I stay in decent shape through healthy eating, exercise, and working outside, so I would expect the same from you (a few extra pounds are okay).  Tattoos are a bonus.   

I'm looking for a worldly man, someone who has lived, seen things, done things, been through things and has come out the better for it in the end.  Occasional “illicit” drug use is okay, as long as it's of natural origin (i.e., no pills, meth, etc.).  The same with alcohol - all in moderation.

I value compassion, strength, leadership, honesty, loyalty, and humor in a man far more than what he does for a living.  I work a full-time job in addition to working on my permaculture project and am looking for a good, loving, hardworking man who is supportive of and excited about building something beautiful together, someone who would be happy to be my business partner and (hopefully) eventually my partner in life. 

If this sounds like you, I'd love to hear from you (and about you).
 
Dee Martinez
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I will be updating this post and pics in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, a few pics might be helpful. These were taken in October and December of last year. (EDIT: These are not posting right-side up for whatever reason so if a moderator could rotate these for me, I would be most appreciative.  )
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David Porter
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New to this site.  Don't even have much of a profile yet.  Saw yours and thought we might have similar interests.  I'm not looking to bred or raise children.  I need a hard working woman who does not mind getting her hands dirty.  Interested in moving to Kansas and living on a 180 acre farm with 60 acres of trees bordered by a river and creek?  It is rural America at its finest.  Four hours from any major city (i.e. Kansas City, Denver).   I'm not looking to bred children.  I'm 62 y.o. white male 5'11" long when laying horizontal.  6' when on the inversion table.  Traveled and worldly.  Speak some Spanish and some Russian.  Live in a 450 sq ft home that I built.  Off grid and solar.  Will send you a pic of me if you are interested.

 
Jeremy Baker
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HI Dee in Illinois land of Lincoln,
I like your vision, goals,  and sense of humor. Chickens being chickens, got a chuckle from me. And you sound enterprising. I'm 54 yo and would love keep tabs to see how your progressing and lend a hand sometime. I was raised overseas and am comfortable most places, enjoy exploring. Am going around the country consulting in permaculture and renewable energy. Also doing plant surveys and build things sometimes. I enjoy being entrepreneurial and managed my own plant nursery.
Someone once said I look and reminded them of Lincoln. Without the beard lol. Less hair. Have some male thinning hair syndrome. How is it to have all that wonderful hair? Will leave it there for now. I can be reached at childscrick@yahoo.com. Take care and best wishes.
 
Dee Martinez
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David Porter wrote:New to this site.  Don't even have much of a profile yet.  Saw yours and thought we might have similar interests.  I'm not looking to bred or raise children.  I need a hard working woman who does not mind getting her hands dirty.  Interested in moving to Kansas and living on a 180 acre farm with 60 acres of trees bordered by a river and creek?  It is rural America at its finest.  Four hours from any major city (i.e. Kansas City, Denver).   I'm not looking to bred children.  I'm 62 y.o. white male 5'11" long when laying horizontal.  6' when on the inversion table.  Traveled and worldly.  Speak some Spanish and some Russian.  Live in a 450 sq ft home that I built.  Off grid and solar.  Will send you a pic of me if you are interested.



David, thank you for your response to my post. Your place sounds wonderful. However, as you can see from my post, I am looking for someone much closer to my age. I wish you the best of luck in your search.

-Dee

 
Dee Martinez
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Jeremy Baker wrote:HI Dee in Illinois land of Lincoln,
I like your vision, goals,  and sense of humor. Chickens being chickens, got a chuckle from me. And you sound enterprising. I'm 54 yo and would love keep tabs to see how your progressing and lend a hand sometime. I was raised overseas and am comfortable most places, enjoy exploring. Am going around the country consulting in permaculture and renewable energy. Also doing plant surveys and build things sometimes. I enjoy being entrepreneurial and managed my own plant nursery.
Someone once said I look and reminded them of Lincoln. Without the beard lol. Less hair. Have some male thinning hair syndrome. How is it to have all that wonderful hair? Will leave it there for now. I can be reached at childscrick@yahoo.com. Take care and best wishes.


Hi, Jeremy.

I'm glad you liked my post. Chickens are amusing, aren't they? ;P It has been slow progress, but slow and steady wins the race, right? I am always grateful for help, but I wouldn't feel comfortable hosting someone I don't know. If you happen to be in the area, though, please feel free to message me. I would love to meet a fellow permie. Have fun traveling the country!

-Dee
 
                  
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Hi dee, if you are also vegan or vegetarian feel free to email me and i can show youu my pictures :  Adrigol6@Hotmail.com
 
Dee Martinez
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Hi, Skye.

I first became vegetarian, then vegan several years ago after watching one too many PETA videos and reading about how feedlot animals are kept and treated and what they are fed.  However, I did not feel as healthy or as strong after a while so I started eating meat again. As I live in the country now, I am lucky enough to be able to meet my local farmers, ask what these animals are being fed and how they are kept, and in some cases actually see it for myself. While I don't like the thought of animals dying to feed me, and I do believe everyone is entitled to make those decisions for themselves, to me, it is the natural way. Animals eat each other to survive and we are "human animals" who need to eat meat to be healthy.

I hope you find your perfect vegan/vegetarian woman.

-Dee
 
Wj Carroll
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If you were not in "the land of Lincoln", I'd be there in a flash.  I'm  6'4" Caucasian... Irish Catholic... and I have an immense fondness for Hispanic women and food.  I often consider moving to Oaxaca just for the food... seriously!  But...My family has been in the American South, between Wilmington and Charleston... since about 1670.  This is my home.  I have too many family cemeteries o tend to ever leave.... and I love the land, the people and the culture.
 
Dee Martinez
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Hi, W.J.

I am all too familiar with the distance issue.  Mexican food happens to be my favorite as well. Well, you are very lucky to have your family so close to you and to be so deeply rooted to an area.  Having lived on both coasts, and in the South, I am now beginning to put down roots here in the Midwest.

Best of luck to you.

-Dee
 
Alex Riddles
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Too old for you and too far away.
But, thoughts of the undrifted area
Always brighten my day.

Thanks for that from a native Iowan.
 
Dee Martinez
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Hi, Alex.

Thank you for the little poem - it brightened my morning.

I'm glad my post brought back fond memories of the area for you.

-Dee

 
Don Hall
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Aloha, Dee
 
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