Hi - thanks for taking a look! I've decided to open the prospect of potentially dating again, though admittedly being a single mom (there is no father involved) can make this a challenging and perhaps daunting process!
Most of my time is spent, of course, with my daughter, doing things that a 3-year old would like doing -- going swimming, going to parks, going to the zoo, hanging out in the backyard, etc... we are pretty much "on the go" all the time, I like to get out and do "whatever" especially things in the outdoors - I also enjoy golfing (I'd like to get back into it!), and gardening, really enjoy playing board games or card games (Cribbage or Phase 10, or Gin Rummy anyone?) - as well as going to thrift stores or yard sales, finding great bargains to use or things to re-sell (I have all kinds of "awesome find" stories!). I usually put the money aside to use for trips or special purchases.
Of course I have a job that pays the bills, but I also really enjoy my line of work, it's "the perfect fit" of a job for me and I am very fortunate to have a job I enjoy going to every day and great people to work -- and I get paid well on top of it!
I think at this stage in life you have a better idea of what you want/don't want in relationships and I think they definitely take more work than they seemed to when I was younger -- Sorry but I am not interested in dating someone that is not financially stable or is just recently out of a relationship looking for an ear to listen to them grumble about their ex. I am looking for someone that would enhance my life, not add drama to in (where none currently exists).
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Nats games are always fun, mini golf, or grabbing dinner at a local restaurant.