I feel as if I have won a contest. I was very shaken with my shoddy start on these Boards of Mothers, and as I perused thru my cyber solar system and landed once again in the warmth of your fair community, I am humbled that you find me worthy of a forum for communication. Now that we are friends, please allow me to become a first name neighbor with you. My name is Virginia. I am sure I am many years the senior of most of you, but I am like a girl in my heart. I enjoy the luxury of retirement. My career(s) were that of a Hostess in the VIP quarters of a swank Las Vegas, Nevada casino. I have taught many methods of dance locally as well as two seasons aboard a Luxury Liner for singles. My only real show business endeavor was demonstarting microwave ovens in Macy's Housewares department before many of you were born. I had a script I performed and wore a beautiful gold lame' gown provided by my employer.
I am a single, never married woman who became very involved in Plato's Retreat on the upper west side of New York City. I acted as a third in many polyamorous relationships, and am a vehement believer that true love can be shared between more than one partner. I have enjoyed deep, intimate relationships with both male and female lovers and have been a property owner of a home in The Pines on Fire Island that hosted countless "swing" parties in the 70's and early 80's. That lifestyle came to a screeching halt for me with the onslaught of AIDS, but the ideals,
and basis of such relationships still are very dear to me. I have served as a sexual surrogate in many marriages and worked as a tool to stregnthen the bond between mates in both heterosexual, and lesbian structures. I am a champion of animals and am the mother of a 13 year old toy poodle Tinkerbell, that gave me many wet kisses today for my big day (mothers day) I enjoy as well as study eastern philosophy, love feminist authors and sheepishly have fallen victim to the addiction of Bingo. Classic Rock always fills my four walls. Elvis Aaron Presley can be heard more times than not. I do enjoy Van Morrison, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Crosby, stills, Nash AND (YOUNG), and consider myself one of Joanie Mitchells ladies of the Canyon. I have read about your Stevie Nicks tribute. I enjoy Ms. Nicks as a songwriter/lyricist but sadly her voice reminds me of a blender when I have tried to listen to her for extended periods. I am in awe of her beauty, and place in the folklore of Rock music. I fancy myself somewhat of an artist and have enjoyed selling my abstact paintings at a local flea market. (One selling for $125.00)
My life for the last 15 years has been gaining as much knowledge as I can thru this mind boggling machine I am typing into. I am involved in many E.A.Presley fan bases as well as a frequent online shopper of my tactile addiction Capo Diamante porcelian figurines. My home is a showplace of the pieces I have collected for the better half of 35 years. My sitting room was photographed in 1993 for a collectors periodical, and I appeared with my Tinkerbell in matching fantasy costumes of Italia and wore an antique pair of button top boots from the late 1800's on the periodical cover. It was a shining moment. Tinkerbell was a bit of a banshy courtesean since she appeared bare foot. It is past 11:30, and I am not the night bird I used to be. I hope I have provided you, my new neighbors with a profile that is worthy of your friendship. If there are doggy lovers, I host splendid doggy socials in Flushing Meadow Park. Of course Tinkerbell is the star of my early morning weekday, and afternoon weekend galas. She is such a prima donna. I am eager for your correspondence. Thank you for welcoming me into this cyber cell. I will treat you with all the respect I can offer. I have searched posts by Darla Diamond, the crossdresser Sweety referenced me to. I can assure you, as nice as Diamond may be, my global views are much different. Please give me a chance to show you the person I am. With that I am into the kitchen for some Sleepy Time tea and then sweet dreams of a fair Prince named Tangle, and a dashing villian named Dynell.