Dori • Ms. Butterfly

Writing, music. in Anaheim, California

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I'm a Virgo in my 40s. Born in Carmel, CA. Raised in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and CA. I currently reside in Anaheim, CA.

I love traveling. In the 80s I hitched my way around California and Oregon. Yea I was young back then and should've stayed home but I'm a free spirit and I wasn't too happy at home. So, I'd have to say My favorite city that I've lived in or visited is Portland, OR. Next favorite city would be San Francisco, CA.

My Favorite travel dream would have to be Paris, France! Never been there but would love to go.

I LOVE butterflies.

My favorite color is pink.

I love cats.

I also love horses.

I love the hippy era, the time when everyone just wanted our world to be at peace, yet at the same time, be heard and change the way things were... "MAKE PEACE NOT WAR"

My favorite number is 12, not sure why, maybe it has something to do with my life before this one. It has been my favorite number since I was a little girl.

I love taking pictures, so needless to say, I love photography.

I love listening to music (classic rock, pop music from 70s 80s and 90s, love songs from 70s and 80s, old metal from 80s, hard rock from 80s 90s and 00s).

I belong to Sergio, my boyfriend, for four years now. We've had some really rough journeys but somehow managed to stick it through.

Life for me is kind of confusing for me at this time. I really don't like talking about it much-too painful. So, I just want to stick to basics on here.

I love writing stories, although I haven't written any in quite awhile. I've been writing a book on my life for over 25 years now. I haven't been able to write in it for over a year now due to post traumatic stress disorder.

My life has been in limbo for awhile. Hard to explain but a few years ago I had a breakdown and I just can't seem to get ME back. Feel kinda lost I guess you could say. The pain gets worse as time goes by and I don't know how to cope. At one time in my life I actually had it together. Never say never...