Southern Lady: Southern Lady but not a Belle

            Sign in to contact ...
Veterans organizations.
Animal protection.
71 years old
Interests Share
from 60 to 72

5'6" (167cm)


Have some extra pounds


Self employed










United States
Washington, DC


Southern Lady but not a Belle
I moved from Atlanta to Washington in 1975 but still have a Southern Accent. I am very soft spoken so you old goats may need to turn up your hearing aide.

I live in the SW quadrant of Washington between Arena Stage and Nationals Park ~ two of my favorite places.

Living in Washington affords me the opportunity to enjoy concerts, lectures, theater, museums and the rich historical and cultural heritage this beautiful city offers. (I'm a bit of a culture vulture.)

I am an active volunteer with Honor Flight. If you are a veteran, "Thank you for your service."

I like ballroom dancing and slow dancing to 60s & 70s love songs. I also enjoy oil painting, pickleball, cooking, walking, reading and picnics.


Who are you most like?
1. Leonard
2. Sheldon
3. Raj
4. Howard


Coffee at Panera, Starbucks or the Corner Bakery Cafe' is always pleasant.


I used to enjoy Hop Scotch, Hide-and-Seek, Tag, Red Rover and King of the Hill but that was before I became concerned about fracturing a hip. Then again, my recent DEXAscan showed no signs of osteoporosis, so perhaps a lively game Twister might be fun.


I enjoy the sensual sounds of the Big Band Era singers. Also the "Baby Boomer" generation music. I would say "Oldies" but the oldies stations are now playing music from the 80s.

Movies are always nice....surprise me!


I am the mother of a kind, generous, sensitive successful businessman.

I am the author of a book about a specific group of American women.

I am beautiful, successful, talented and admired by all. Okay...maybe that's an exaggeration (or a whopper) but I am a writer after all and a tiny bit prone to literary license. Alright, I'm not so beautiful either, but so far the villagers haven't run me out of town with pitchforks and torches.


I would like to see an International "Hands-Across-America" type event with everyone in the entire world joining hands and simultaneously singing a rousing rendition of "We are the World." What could possibly go wrong?


The Smithsonian Associates.
The Audubon Society.
National Air & Space Museum
DC Historical Society
Civil War Discussion Roundtable
Does my library card count?
Assoc. of Oldest Inhabitants (DC)
The Red Hat Society ~ Google us (I'm a Queen Mother)
AARP ~ it was the only way to get them to stop sending me junk mail.



Performing Arts
Visual Arts



Southern Lady 's tags: history  museums  writing 



x Brainiac Dating Star Member!


For more information, click here

About   FAQ   Testimonials   Tags   Contact   Privacy Policy   Terms of Use