My desire to make an ongoing positive, lasting impact in the world fueled my decision to enter the massage profession.
I have always been a very diverse individual. The first half of my life I was in the military (Navy/US Air Force Reserves) and then worked in the corporate legal world. I now primarily do massage. I also do small business consulting.
I have a interest in the arts, history and science; a kaleidoscopic imagination; world explorer with an insatiable curiosity and adventurous spirit; jester who relishes in life’s absurdities and believes nothing’s too sacred to laugh at including one’s self; Buddhist who earnestly practices kindness as my religion; athlete who is adept at many sports and enjoys almost any physical challenge; openly communicative; kind, considerate and fair; book/people/street smart; mischievous/wily/irreverent; rational, yet passionate. A true romantic. Some of my interests which include (in no particular order): spending quality time with those I care about, playful/witty banter; the Arts, Sciences, World/American history, philosophy, music; documentaries; bird/bee-like activities; bike riding or hiking through parks or streets–day or night; yoga, kayaking, white water rafting, monkey business; learning (and teaching) new words, concepts and skills; roads less traveled; snuggling; taking pictures/computer graphics; writing; sneaking into places; identifying patterns in human behavior; speaking in funny accents; swinging from chandeliers (just checking to see if you’re still with me); adventure travel (local or abroad); antique sales; order; chocolate; chaos; red licorice, strong coffee/tea; a healthy lifestyle mixed with occasional junk food indulgences; craft beer, red wine, or assorted adult beverages.
If you’re a kindred spirit, have a wanderlust/gypsy spirit and wish to learn more about some of my travels, please see the travel page on my blog. I work to support my travel habit!
Blessings to you, and may joy, peace and prosperity be with you now and always. ~ Vonda (“V”)
"I pray give skill to my hands, clear vision to my mind, and kindness and meekness to my heart. Give me singleness of purpose, strength to lift up a part of the burden of my suffering from fellow men and a true realization of the privilege that is mine." ~ Mother Teresa