I'm a friendly, open-minded, down-to-earth girl. I'm a planner (though enjoy the occasional spontaneity). I'm organized and detail oriented. I'm looking for someone to share my life with ...I realize that finding that special someone is a process, and I'm not looking to rush into anything. Ultimately, I want to find my soul mate. That being said, I want to take things slowly and let things evolve (not push a relationship before it's ready).
I'm looking for someone who is emotionally, financially, and in all other ways available for a relationship. I need to know that I'm on the same page / future-wise as the person I am with. I'm a very affectionate, loving person and want the same in return. I love to hold hands and snuggle. I want someone who knows how to laugh, but can be serious when needed. I get stressed out at times, and love when my partner can balance me out - someone who understands when a hug and a sympathetic ear is all it takes to make things better.
I can be just as comfortable in jeans and flip flops, or dressed up and ready for a night out. I am participating in 2 community charity events: my 4th annual Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, and recently did a 1/2 marathon for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. It is important for me to find someone who will be supportive of event goals ...even better, someone who will get out there and do them with me.
I love walks on the beach (especially at sunset!), children's laughter, the smell of flowers, massages, pedicures, bubble baths, candles, country music, a glass of wine after a hard day, and meditation...and the list goes on.
Note: if you fall into any of these categories, thanks for stopping by, but we won't be a good match. Wish you the best.
1) plan a date with me, and then stand me up
2) say you're going to call / text, and don't
3) aren't serious about finding your future wife and starting a family
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
It depends on the person and our common intersts, but I'd vote for something simple and low-key. Somewhere we can talk and get to know each other.