I just moved to Houston and looking for a new relationship. I am not looking for casual sex or a f-buddy of any type, if we work out towards a relationship, great, if not, I can be plutonic friends w/ a guy. The question is can you be bothered to be the same w/ a woman? While I am new to Houston, I am not completely Houston stupid, but I will and do get lost quite often, want to help a girl out?
Otherwise a guy friend to hang out and see a band, have a drink or two, discuss daily crap etc. is a great start. I want to find out what you know about the secret ins and outs of the big city and what I can do to entertain myself on a daily basis. I am not of the clingy sort - more of the - I need my space - type. I have a small dog who is the most precious possesion I own. I am fairly wrapped up in my career - but a work hard/play hard kinda gal until I crash and burn. I have had several short relationships in the past couple of years, and each one leaves me more and more settled to what I want and dont want in a man. I could give you a list - but I would rather see what you are like flying solo. Its all about who you are as a person, not as you want to be perceived as, that's deceptive and ultimately a waste of my time. I am a fan of theater, I read just about anything I get my hands on when I have the time, and sometimes just send my netflix movies back w/out watching them cause I had other things to do and sitting in front of a tv isnt all that appealing quite frankly, although I have about 3 shows I keep up w/ weekly. Size is only something on the outside, how big a person are you really? Lastly - I leave you w/ a favorite chick quote of mine "I am someone who is looking for love. Real love. Ridiculous, inconvenient, consuming, can't-live-without-each-other love." Can you relate?
I would like to be able to see how comfortable I could be - after all - if we cant be comfortable from the get-go..its prob never going to work..I believe in being casual, drinks, conversation, good food, good music, stretching out on sofas and kicking off shoes, just generally being ourselves, speaking our minds, no hard feelings should someone have a differing opinion whether we debate it for an hour or not..I can always agree to disagree..