TsiviaRavina: Introverted Hedge & HearthWitch: MUST believe...

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Right now, my interests are split between my volunteer work as a paranormal investigator (incredibly fascinating), and all things that I can possibly grow in my backyard. I don't have a great deal of sunlight where I want it, so I'm debating a shade garden and then adding containers for the Mediterranean herbs. I'm also interested in walking my 10,000 steps a day to get rid of extra weight.
Woman
Woman
Man
45 years old
Dating
LTR
Friendship
from 27 to 67

Caucasian/White
5'7" (170cm)

 

Have some extra pounds

 


Jewelry Designer, Historian, Aromatherapist, Herbalist, Hedge & Hearth Witch, Writer, Editor, Faery Godmother, Tarot Reader, "Sp
Pagan

 

None

 

English

 

Bachelors degree

 

Administration of Justice & Women's Studies

 

Does it matter?

 

Never

 

Rarely

 

Penn State University, Thomas Edison State College

 


United States
07726
Monmouth County, NJ

 


Introverted Hedge & HearthWitch: MUST believe in Faeries!
  
DARE: Translate my user name: Tsivia Ravina (Hebrew) and I'll tell you the story behind it. :-)

My English name is Hillary Rebecca. English is my first language; I do passably well with Spanish and French (well, enough to garner some major tips from those Quebecois and French travelers who would visit the winery I worked at when I lived in California), and I know some words and phrases in Irish and Scottish Gaelic.

I am an ecclectic Pagan who, when not investigating the paranormal, loses hours to rose, herb, and bulb catalogs. I have a rose garden, and will gain two more raised beds for my herbs and bulbs/perennials (That will make four raised beds, not to mention the herbs I have to put in pots so they don't take over the yard).

And yes, I babble.

 

  
A. Manette Ansay, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Anne Bishop, Jaqueline Carey, Sharon Shinn, Ellen Dugan, Deborah Blake, Christopher Penczack, Z. Budapest, Scott Cunningham, Diane Haeger, Manda Scott, Margaret George...

Look, every person in my house has their own Kindle. We probably have over 350 books between us since we got them in August. 'Nuff said.

 

  
Are you a "drama-junkie"? Does your life need to be in constant, unnecessary turmoil to keep you riding a "high"?

 

  
Hmmm...How 'bout a walk through the trails in the park? It's free, and if you like dogs, we can bring both of mine, or yours and mine. We can bring a snack or, if we feel like feeding the ducks at the pond, we can pack a picnic. If there's snow, we can go to the best hills at the park, or you can try the one in my backyard, realize we're no longer in prime sledding condition, and head for the hot tub on the patio instead.

Maybe something active? Like tying a pillow to my butt and teaching me to rollerblade? Tying a pillow to your butt and teaching you how to ice skate? Curling up on the couch with goodies I baked and something warm to drink and argue over which movie or TV show to watch, which is funny because we both know that we'll watch about fifteen minutes, total, of whatever is on the screen before we jump each other, going to a movie (some kind of indie or action-adventure flick) then to Perkins to either rip it to shreds, praise it in unison, or (the most interesting option): one of us loves it, one of us hates it, and neither of us is afraid to tell the other she's full of shit, going out dancing to music I actually know (wait, that's a second or third date), or meeting you wherever my friend's cover band is playing, then going out to eat/talk until four in the morning/the sun rises. (***NOTE***: Conversation is essential for our first date. However, kissage, cuddling, making out on the couch--these would not go amiss either.)

 

  
Right now, my family is addicted to the New York Times crossword puzzles and Scrabble. There's Parcheesi on occasion, and we haven't opened the Monopoly set yet. (I got the family a bunch of new games for Christmas so we could do something interactive with each other. The plan is working well so far!)

 

  

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fast and easy American fare
health conscious
fruits and nuts
heavy duty carnivore
home cooking
ramen noodles and black coffee
sushi, sushi, sushi
vegetarian
wide international palate

 

  
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