Hi! Nice to meet you, I'm Cara. Thanks for visiting my profile. I can honestly say that I am happy in all aspects of my life. I have a job that I truly love, a family that is supportive and loving, and friends that are fiercely loyal. I would love to be able to share it with someone awesome!
I would love to meet someone just like me, but exactly different. Someone who is always five minutes early, but sometimes runs late. Someone who loves to sing but can't (or can) carry a tune, dance, but can't skip to the beat of any drummer. Someone who will be dorky with me, but who can also articulately discuss politics with me. Finally, strong faith, a kick-ass sense of humor, and good character are all must-haves. I love spending time with my friends and family, whether it be having brunch on a lazy Sunday or catching a sporting event, most especially baseball games.
I'm passionate about traveling...traveling by yourself teaches you a lot about what you can and can't handle, but traveling with someone is so much more fun!! My favorite city in the world is Paris, but Dublin is a close second. In the past year, I've traveled to the Philippines (3 times), New York, Bermuda, and Vegas (does Vegas count as travel if you're from LA?)
Other things about me, in case you're wondering...I studied Political Science in college (Go UCSB Gauchos!) but ended up as an accountant, but now work in a totally different field that I am absolutely passionate about. I'm sweet as pie (or so I've been told) but I am also sarcastic and will give you a run for your money when it comes to witty banter. I'm strongly grounded in my faith, which doesn't mean I'm a bible thumper (not that there's anything wrong with them). It just means that I know who I am, what I believe in, and why. Something super important that you should know...I have two amazing dogs who are pretty much rockstars...move over Lassie. My pictures are recent, my friends are real, and the only "photoshopping" I do on my pictures is changing the filters.
Thanks for taking the time to read my profile :)
First date…I don't know…surprise me, but I'm not a candlelight dinner and lobster type girl (at least not on the first date...lol) I'm not a big fan of the movie first date either. Awkwardly exchanged whispers at the movie theater just doesn't do it for me. How about we join the rest of America and meet at Starbucks for "conversation over coffee"…? If you want to really impress me, take me to Disneyland. What could possibly go wrong at the Happiest Place on Earth?