About

Languages: English and French

I’m not a writer, but a student of creative writing. I became interested in the craft of writing a few years ago, and decided that I would seriously pursue it, no matter, where it may lead me in the future. I do understand that it will take many years to become a good writer. Nevertheless, I have begun this journey…

Any suggestions will be extremely helpful.

About Me

I enjoy dancing. A few of my favorite dances are the Carolina Shag, Argentine Tango, and Cha-Cha. Years ago, I was a part-time dancer instructor. Of course, I don’t teach anymore. However, I still enjoy dancing. My name is Green Lee Meadows III. I suppose; you’re laughing aloud about now, asking yourself that this guy can’t be genuine. Yes, it’s true; I do have a unique name, and I’ve been named after cemeteries, motels, and farms. Do you remember the television show called, “Green Acres?” People will call me by several different names. For example, Green, Green Lee, or Green Meadows. I usually go by my middle name, Lee. My unique name has been handed down for nearly five generations. My family history can be traced back to the early colonial European settlers from England, France, and Germany, as well as, the America Cherokee Indians.

I was born in Baltimore, Maryland in November 10, 1964. I am the second from the youngest of five brothers and one sister. Both of my parents were born in Hinton, WV. My father served eight years in the United States Army and is a veteran of the Korean Conflict. My father was a welder by trade, and my mother was a typical homemaker, although she worked an assortment of jobs while I was growing up. My parents reminded me of the characters in the best-selling novel and motion picture, “The Note Book.” They were always in disagreement, yet they were madly in love with each other. We were the classic American family in the sixties and seventies and lived basically a nomadic life. Eventually, in 1969, we moved from Indianapolis, Indiana to Carolina Beach, North Carolina. My father passed away in 1992.

What do I do for a living?

I loathe that question. I’m never sure how to respond, considering that people anticipate hearing one thing. We are all multi-faceted, and we’re not our jobs. However, I’m an oil on canvas artist, college student, web site designer, photographer, and electrician . Mainly, I’m a student of life and I’m always learning. I presently reside in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Who would I like to meet?

First of all, I don’t care for drug users, rednecks, racists, narrow minded people,  or an alcoholic or someone who drinks too much. I absolutely abhor a person that is an abuser of a woman or child, whether it’s physical or emotional abuse. I loathe anyone who belittles another individual.

On the other hand, if you are a person that cherishes life and respects all life on earth, then I welcome your friendship.

Are you the type of person that would dance in the rain on a hot summer day?

Just imagine, you’re in a field alone. Millions of butterflies hovered around you. Would you extend your arms into the sky and smile with enthusiasm, while thinking that you must be in heaven?

Do you silently cry when you watch the evening news on your television of the horrors of war? Do you whisper to yourself, “Why can’t there be peace on earth?”

Would you become embarrassed if your loved one shouted that he or she loves you, while you’re standing on a busy street corner?

If you answered “yes” to any one of these questions, we certainly have something in common.

Whom would I like to meet?

Artist, dancers, musicians, painters, writers, teachers, caregivers, and people of different cultures; People that have the passion to fight for his or her ideas and are unclosed to other cultures with the same common interest, ideas, lifestyle, and are open-minded, sentimental, and loyal. I like people that will use his or her intellect to be generous to other’s that are less prosperous in this world. I venerate individuals who take voyages to discover his or her unknown talents and navigate with vehemence when he or she finds the cryptic gift. I like people of various horizons, and enlightenment’s that augment others around them to be receptive and reach out with animation to ascertain new friendship that last a lifetime.

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by lostupabove on March 9, 2012 at 10:39 pm

    Hello Lee
    Thank you for visiting my blog. I noticed you are very interested in classical music too.
    I hope to see some more of you.
    Steph

    Reply

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