Sometimes in life you love and you lose love. Quitters never find happiness.
I am a unique woman that is multi-faceted and loves to laugh. I have a quick wit, sarcasm, complete with innuendos. I will stir the pot a little while brewing up a delicious dinner and dessert (yes, I do cook and bake) and keep you entertained with amazing conversation. I know how to keep a man's attention and love to work around the house. I am quite handy, am not afraid to get my hands dirty and realize that if I break a nail they really do grow back and bruises heal.
I am adventurous, spontaneous but also understand my limitations. I am not materialistic and have never tolerated arrogant, self centered people. I believe in doing more for others than they do for you and it will come back to you in other ways (yes, Karma) Good Karma is amazing but bad Karma is as they say... well bad Karma is a Bitxx. So I prefer to always keep the Karma good because it is the right thing to do.
I treat others the way I would want to be treated and the way I would want my family, my sister, my mom to be treated. So therefore I would treat a total stranger with this respect. Keep in mind that it is easy to speak kind words but unkind words are hard to be unspoken.
But please... do not ever misinterpret my kindness for weakness. Anyone that is mean, cruel, rude or disrespectful to others can easily be put in their place and I have never afraid to put them there. My father always taught me to never start a fight but once started, I will finish it. I have never been in a physical fight in my life and never will, but words and intelligence can easily end any dilemma in a heartbeat when well thought out.
I am looking for a man who knows who he is, what he wants from life & what and who he is searching for. He needs to know how to be respectful to a woman. I am searching for a man that is not arrogant or boastful, a man who has a great sense of humor, maybe even able to laugh at himself... intelligence is key. He must be employed. This is not to say that he must make 6 figures, but he must be able to comfortably pay his own bills (not mine). But most importantly, a man who is looking for a woman to spend a future with, not just today and possibly tomorrow. (Wishy-washy men & overly controlling men can keep on moving on...)
If you do not like animals or are allergic to Cats or a big lovable 100 pound dog, then I am not the right woman for you. If you want to meet at a Starbucks for coffee or tea, I do not drink either. So if you ask me out for either, I will realize you have not read my profile and dismiss your request for being superficial. I am looking for a man that cares more for who I am inside than what he sees on my exterior. Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes clear to the bone.
I am romantic, creative, love to cook, bake, a photographer, poet, Martha Stewart and Norman Rockwell, as well as a seductress all wrapped into one little lady. For some men it may not be enough and for others, it may be too much. However for one man out there, just like Goldilocks and the three Bears, it will be Just Right ~~~
Do not look love, love comes to you when you least expect it.
Here is a poem I wrote 4 years ago about a broken family. I hope it touches your heart...............
Although this poem no longer causes me to feel as it did when I wrote it, I find my poetry has been therapeutic for others, & each person may heal according to the poems I write or have written.Therefore I change these poems periodically.
I lay here each night, alone in the dark,
No sounds do I hear, not one single remark,
Just the sound of the dreams, as my dog lays nearby,
Occasional tears, alone as I cry.
So my dog creeps up closer, to soften the pain,
Feeling my heartbreak, feeling the same,
Where two hearts became one, and one made family,
Now I am alone, my animals and me.
Each night I come home and let my dog in,
He searches for you, as I search within.
A game we once played, Hide and go seek,
As he frantically waits, I feel sad now and weak.
He howls out while searching as if calling your name,
I feel for the lost love, I feel for his pain,
He remembers your touch, he remembers your face,
The way that you loved him and played with such grace.
He remembers the walks, he has not forgotten you,
Best friends he was, my dog and you,
With sadness defeated, he comes to my side,
Alone in this home where we all used to reside.