I'm a very caring and affectionate single mother who is looking to find a long-term relationship with the right man. I like to laugh and share with my partner, and am looking for a relationship that can be cultivated into something long-lasting and nurturing. The most important aspects of a relationship for me are trust, respect, and love.
Physically, I'm 5'6" and curvy. Working on getting healthier...you know how that goes...lose a little, gain a little. :~D
I don't really have any hobbies, per sae. I love being my daughter's mom. I enjoy reading, and rank Jane Austen as my favorite author. Total chick books, I know...call it a guilty pleasure. I also really enjoy watching a movie when I can, and like basically anything that isn't a downer or gory. Music is great and my tastes are eclectic, ranging from grunge to classic country to 80's to Elvis to The Monkees, etc. I love getting away when I can...Disneyland, Las Vegas, and Hawaii are my favorites! I've never been abroad, but WILL go someday.
Regarding goals, I strive to be the best mother I can be to my daughter who's in the first grade this year, and do the best job I can at work, but for long-term, the only thing missing for me seems to be a relationship with the right man. Can you call that a goal? Sure, why not? LOL
I guess what makes me unique is my personality. I like to joke around and be goofy, but do have a deeper side. I can be mistaken for immature because of my silliness, but I'd rather be that than boring. I'm a non-practicing Catholic, considering returning to the Church. I can't sing. I have double-jointed thumbs, which I think is pretty cool. I'm full-Irish by heritage.
As for my partner, I'm looking for someone who wants a 50/50 (100/100) relationship; someone who gives as much as he takes. He not only wants a long-term relationship, but he's emotionally READY for one. He's good-hearted, fun, and smart, and enjoys laughing and talking, relaxing at home, as well as getting out. And, of course, attractive to me.
Update: I just read my chemistry thingy and it was WAY off regarding family, my daughter, and the kind of relationship I want. The relationship needs was MUCH closer. Only off in that I prefer physical affection over material gifts.
First date or first meeting? A first meeting should be at a coffee house or something like that, so you're not committed to too much time, but enough to know whether or not you're attracted in person and that conversation flows. It also makes a quick get-away easy, in case the person you're meeting turns out to be a freak or potential ax murderer.
A first date depends on what the two people have in common or if there's something special one can share with the other, and still be able to talk and explore chemistry. Dinner's always good, if there are no other ideas.
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