Maya

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About me

Gender FEMALE
Occupation Wife, wedding planner,
Location Ojai, California, United States
Introduction I grew up in one of the last small beach towns in Southern California, just south of Santa Barbara, and never got over it. I adore traveling with my husband and have six nephews and two neices spread from Hawaii to Colorado and an amazing big happy family that I love very much. I would rather swim in the ocean than anything else I can think of...unless its sipping a cold glass of champagne or tea and curling up with my cat, who refuses to be named. Have an incurable case of wanderlust that has taken me halfway around the world...hoping to get to the other half.
Interests Travel, DIY home repair, All things wedding; planning, flowers, calligraphy, invitations, SHOES!, animals of all kinds, healthful living, vegetarian food that doesn't make you miss meat, the beach, travel, always travel.
Favorite Movies Currently: The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, Avatar, Alice in Wonderland, Water, The Pursuit of Happyness, An Inconveinent Truth, Little Miss Sunshine, Casino Royale, Nacho Libre, Batman Begins, Good Night and Good Luck, Lemony Snicket, March of the Penguins, Walk the Line, The Incredibles Always: Lost in Translation, Belle Epoque, Artemesia, Frida, Pollack, any James Bond, Willy Wonka, The Sandlot, all Star Wars/Indiana Jones.
Favorite Music Music: Radiohead, David Bowie, Beatles (not Elvis) Coldplay, the Cure, the Smiths, Wilco, Interpol, Cowboy Junkies, U2, old Fugees/Wyclef, Chris Isaak, Moby, my husbands' band, White Stripes, BRMC, Echo & the Bunnymen, Eagles, Bob (who doesn't like Bob Marley?) My Morning Jacket, Interpol, the select tr/hip-hop, house, emo Really anything as long as there are semi-depressed/angst ridden undertones.
Favorite Books I love...Books. Neruda, Hemingway, Steinbeck, Moby Dick, the great W.S., Tolstoy, Isabel Allende, The Robe, Jack Keroac to poetry, landscape design books, and the occasional splurge of "chick-lit". I've read a million books, but can rarely recall the authors' names. I'm usually reading 4-7 books at a time.

Which is more important to you and why: flexibility or expandability?

Its important to reach out, but if you aren't flexible, what's the point?