I have been told I think too much, and over analyze what people say. Is that a bad thing?
I love to laugh, making jokes about everyday life gets me by, even when I don't think I can anymore. I am pretty quick witted, sometimes it gets me in trouble, sometimes it gets me...
Anyway, what I am looking for is someone who has patience, when I don't. Almost said soul mate right there, don't know if I believe in that anymore.
You have to want something in your life to make it happen. In the past I have let what was changing in other's lives determine what was going on in mine, I ended up the loser, they went on but I didn't.
I am raising my 14 year old son, and keeping up with him is exhausting. Having a son was such a life change for me. I was always such a girly girl, and still am to some degrees. But now I find myself watching football and yes understanding it, not just taking him to paintball, but gearing up and having a great time.
I love to watch movies, I'm usually the one that knows the crazy stuff about them that people just can't remember. I almost always know how things will end, I try to keep it to myself, but sometimes that is hard. To me a good ending sums up the entire movie, without that the beginning doesn't matter.
I love to be outdoors, unless it is wicked hot. Kansas is not the place for me I guess.
I'm sure when people first meet me, I come off shy and reserved, but I have been told those are the ones you have to look out for.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
I would want to go somewhere where we both felt comfortable. Not too loud or crazy, so the focus is where it should be. Maybe start out with coffee, nothing too personal, just in case IT is not there.