To be a college grad, a good mom, and to work on myself till one day I'm satisfied
with who I've become.
Intelligent men, articulate, stimulating conversations, summer nights, BIG hands
and BIG smiles.
All drugs, ignorance, slackers and people who live in the U.S. but have no respect
for our country.
Self-help books. It's cheap therapy and I'll take all the life lessons I can
I love Sting, Sade, Simply Red, Rolling Stones, sax music and flamenco guitar.
CALLING ROOM SERVICE:
Shrimp cocktail, pasta, raspberry cheese cake, Smoothies, and hot cocoa with
extra whipped cream.
WHAT SHAKES ME UP:
A man who enters a room with charm and presence -- you can see the spirit in
Meet the modern Playmate. She paints. She reads philosophy. She ponders the
meaning of life, the meaning of sex, even the sociopolitics of appearing in
Playboy - as the historic 500th Playmate. Of course Alicia Rickter also looks
super in a bikini - or better still, dressed in that important Sartrean concept:
nothing. She's no ordinary 23-year-old; then again, the ordinary doesn't really
register on the Rickter Scale of Being. What matters to Alicia is testing life's
limits -- shaking up the world a little, taking chances. These days that means
transforming from jet-setting model to night-school student at Cal State, where
tonight she's late for psych class. She flew home earlier in the day from a
swimsuit-modeling gig in Cancún, then sped straight to school. That beep
in her purse as she tries not to be noticed? Just her modeling agency paging
its prize offering. "I asked them never to do that," she protests.
"I haven't told anyone at school that I'm a model, much less a Playmate.
I don't want any special treatment. I just want to be Alicia the student."
Good luck Ms. Rickter.