"Hi Debra, We moved from Georgetown to Elliot Lake a little over 3 years ago. I also like Rita Mae Brown books. Another author you may enjoy is Lilian Jackson Braun. She writes about a man with two siamese cats who help solve crimes. There are some…"
Kayaking, hiking, reading..love love love to read, historical stories, some mysteries, SciFi and fantasy.
Spend time on Bulletin boards with other cat lovers
Cats..also volunteer at a no kill shelter, going on 11 years now.
Love all animals, including, snakes, bats, rats, dogs, lizards, birds...well you get the idea
Work out at Curves three or more times a week.
Music of course ..all kinds
all kinds, old, new rock, country, classic, pop...
Favourite TV Shows
CSI the original, Crimminal Minds, Cold Case, House, Desperate Housewives, and any thing on Animal Planet and the Pet Network
Mary Poppins, Sound of Music, Enemy Mine, War movies eg. Heavy Metal Jacket, James Bond, Mama Mia..Harry Potter, Golden Compass, Ice Age, comedies like Blazing Saddle, A Fish Called Wanda, any Monty Python or Mel Brooks, ...hate horror movies will not watch any thing like Silence of the Lamb or Saw..
Alice in Wonderland, any thing my Maeve Binchy,Rita Mae Brown, Shirley Rousseu Murphy
I can read several books at a time and keep track of all the stories. Read a lot of magazines. Love Animals but not a vegetarian
Work full time Reception/CSR wish I could retire. I would like to do more volunteer work.
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Hi Debra, We moved from Georgetown to Elliot Lake a little over 3 years ago. I also like Rita Mae Brown books. Another author you may enjoy is Lilian Jackson Braun. She writes about a man with two siamese cats who help solve crimes. There are some real quirky characters in her books.
Yes I do have mostly girls for friends. The reason for that is that I don't find "Old Geezers" like myself very interesting. Besides the ladies are much more beautiful don't you think?
All the best,
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