Living in a small town, it's hard to date a guy that your best friends haven't either been married to or dated...So here I am! I love the outdoors. Fishing, shooting trap or bbqing with friends are some of my favorite things to do. I play softball a few nights a week and LOVE to catch a game in the bay! I am a very social person, and my friends and family are VERY important to me. I also have a 16 yr old son who lives with me full time.
As far as music goes....Country is usually my 'go to' music, but I like all kinds of music. Depending on my mood and what activity I have going on at the time, it could be anything from Bon Jovi's Livin' On A Prayer or Gretchen Wilson's Redneck Woman!
One of my favorite places to visit is Capitola. I love to sit on the beach, or my hotel room on the patio, having a****ail just relaxing. There are some amazing restaurants and fun little shops to browse around in. I have two brothers in Carson City/Gardnerville area so I go up there quite a bit. I do have a weak spot for a little roulette every now and then!
Honesty is a HUGE thing with me....So just be up front and tell the truth and we will get along great! I love to try new things and I love to laugh. We need to be able to have fun and also connect on an intimate level. I have a lot to offer to the right guy. I'm an independant and very stable gal and am looking for someone who is family oriented and confident with himself. I own my home and have a good job and I find that a lot of men find that intimidating. Don't be intimidated! ;) I live a pretty simple but very busy life. Drop me a line if I'm someone you might be interested in starting a great friendship, and if things work out, who knows!
I like to have fun and am not afraid to try new things. Even a picnic at the lake while soaking a line is my kind of fun. Or a baseball game in the bay and then a walk on the pier.....I'm pretty easy to please. I love to cook and have been told a time or two that I needed to open a restaurant, so if you are looking for a nice home cooked meal, I can handle that too!