Single professional in Roseville looking for a fun, sexy, mature, drama-free woman for friendship and romance. I work in higher education as a Systems Analyst in the East Bay and love my job and the people I work with. I have lots of interests (check out my list) and love to get out and do things with fun and interesting people. I am compassionate, loving, passionate, sensuous, intelligent, funny, playful, well-grounded, laid back and open-minded. I can fit easily into most situations and sometimes am generous to a fault. I do look better in person...trust me on this. I've never taken good pictures for some reason.
I am looking to meet a woman who is kind and caring, compassionate, open minded, communicates well, honest, and above all has integrity. Someone who knows what she wants and will not give up until she gets it, is passionate, a great kisser (and loves to kiss as much as I do) and is appreciative of a man who gives her the attention she deserves. She doesn't play games, nor does she lie or mislead. She says what she means and means what she says.
Update: I find it frustrating that just because I had a birthday recently I'm no longer worthy of messaging someone that I was able to before I became a year older. It just seems so arbitrary. This is what happens when you place an age restriction on your profile. So if you're one of those who has, and who wonders why I look at your profile and don't write - perhaps that's why.
Now if you're more than 14 years younger than me - I can't email you. Even if you have specified that you are looking for someone older. Seems POF has decided people are not smart enough to make their own decisions - so they are going to make them for us and regulate our activities. What's next? Blacks not allowed to date whites? I find this appalling. If someone states an age range limit I have no problem with that. If they haven't - how is anyone to assume what that person wants. And no point in sending me nasty emails or calling me names. And this isn't to say I'm looking only for someone younger. There are women in their 40s and 50s who will only date men younger than them, sometimes 15 years or more. Are they restricted too or is there a double standard and does this restriction only apply to men? Message to POF: If you are going to restrict me from emailing certain users - then don't show me their profiles, ever. Certainly your programmers are smart enough to figure that out. I don't want to click on a picture just to find out I can't email the person. It's a lousy system design as implemented. I have a hard time with inept people in business. If you agree, come find me on OKC.
Ok enough of the rant. I'm usually easy-go-lucky, but I have a real problem with this. I'm surprised no one else does. Regardless, hopefully we will all find love and happiness in 2014. I'd love for nothing more than to get off of online dating forever.
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I'm open to anything. Coffee, jamba juice or an adult beverage of your choice (although I really don't drink much anymore - but don't mind if you do). I prefer something short and sweet for the first time we meet. Someplace we can talk and get to know each other, laid back, no pressure, no expectations, no hard feelings. If we are so drawn to each other that we don't want that first meeting to end - my schedule will be open enough that we can get a bite to eat or whatever we choose. For an actual "date", let's do something fun. Golf, tennis, pool, a bike ride, a hike in the mountains, or take a drive someplace. Galleries or museums downtown, Old Sac, San Fran, Tahoe, or a Giants, River Cats, 49er, Sharks or Kings game.