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Meet eHarmony member #5059346915 A Single Woman in Portland, OR 48 / Vice President / Sales and Marketing

Few times a week Once a week I have kids

White

  • Gender: Female
  • Height: 5'3"
  • State: Oregon
  • City: Portland
  • Marital Status: Divorced
  • Has Kids: I have kids
  • Education: Some college

Portland, OR Singles

Hi, I'm a White woman, living in Portland, looking for a great guy. I completed some college. I'm 5'3". I have kids.

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More about me

The one thing I am passionate about...

I am passionate about people, nature, travel and different cultures. I am fascinated with, and enjoy learning about, all of these. I gain an equal enjoyment observing and participating, as perspective is gleened either way.

I typically spend my leisure time

Working on my house, hiking, reading, being with friends.

The most influential person in my life has been

Integrity

The first thing people notice about me

I look them in the eye.

The last book I read and enjoyed

'The Progress Paradox' Easterbrook. I read it as a part of my reading routine so it's not my favorite genre, but I enjoyed it none the less. It is a comentary on this paradoxal relationship that people have with growing vs being accomplished and the social, emotional and cultural fallout of this issue.

The three things which I am most thankful for

  1. My relationships with such distinct and authentic people, (including my family).
  2. My desire and drive toward always improving myself.
  3. The rights and freedom I have to travel, observe and share my point of few.

The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me

My humour.

Friends Describe me as

Articulate, Intelligent, Perceptive, Respectful

A little more about me

Yes, I really am a woman...though the name Mitch might throw you off a bit. I can tell you that everyone in my circle of friends and aquaintances thinks that the name fits. Not too feminine, not too masculine...just 'Mitch'