An art professor once explained to me that our eyes are more sensitive to contrast than to absolute luminance. Think of an ocean sunset. The brightness of the sun is part of its beauty, yes, but taken to the next level by the deep blue of the sea, and the darkening sky as it turns red… orange… finally leaving behind a violet afterglow.
I am a young woman, full of contradictions. My build is slender, with prominent collarbones and long legs. But I am also fit, stronger than I look. I love to be impeccably dressed, to invest in high heels, sophisticated form-fitting dresses and luxurious lingerie. But I am also in tune with nature. Forests, animals, walking barefoot in the grass, and maybe even swimming in a lake – with or without a bikini. I am university educated and at the beginning of my research career. And yet… in the arms of a loving man, I can fully embrace my girly side, and, if that’s what he desires, let him take the reins.
My hair is auburn, I have an ivory skin and high cheekbones. I am very open-minded, non-judgmental and easy to talk to. I would love to get to know you, your mind, your passions, your wants and your needs. For now, I’ll leave you with one of my favorite quotes: “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness,” – John Steinbeck