- Member Type: Gold PLUS Member
- Location: San Antonio, TX, United States
- Orientation: Bisexual (Non-Op M2F )
- Listed As: Girl (M2F)
- Looking For: Admirers, Friends
- Last Active: Sep 23rd, 2018
- Joined: Jul 21st, 2003
I'm just a quiet, intelligent, educated old queen with a taste for fine wines, stretch limos, elegant dinners, cuddling by candlelight, and old-fashioned romance...trying to maintain a champagne lifestyle on a beer budget...a sexy old granny, not opposed to a sincere LTR with the right person.
And the "E" stands for elegant, dahling! At my age, I tend to look like Walter Matthau in drag if the lighting isn't good, so putting myself together for an evening out could take as long as an hour and a half. If you're coming to pick me up for a date, bring a good book to read while you wait. "War And Peace" would be nice.
The main problem with being a semi-retired old queen in South Texas is the lack of places to go and BE glamorous. Around these parts, "formal" means putting on clean Levis and ironing the T-shirt. (And I grew up in a part of the country where ladies actually dressed up to go out to dinner!)
I'm just a snow bunny at heart. I'm living in the semi-tropics these days, and day at the beach is great, or a weekend at the lake with the girls. But given my druthers, I'd ruther spend a week in the mountains skiing my buns off! There's nothing more romantic than strolling through the village on a cold, snowy night, hearing the snow squeak under your boots and watching the snowflakes floating through the pools of light from the streetlamps. Or sitting in front of the fireplace listening to the fire while Mother Nature dumps a foot of fresh for the powder hounds. Besides, I can't wear my furs at the beach.
These days I'm much more of a homebody. I just don't have the money for all that travel any more. I still get out with the girls once in a while, and there's the occasional dinner date. At home, I'm more comfortable in slacks and blouse, or my ratty old comfy robe. Just your nice quiet old-queen-next-door.
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