I'm looking for a TALL Hispanic or Caucasian man to make me laugh. I'm 5'10 with heels so if you are short please don't waste OUR time. I want a man who can carry an intelligent conversation about todays issues. A man that has old fashioned values. A man that is not afraid to sing out loud with me when I need a duet partner....lol, okay, that may be a bit much but you get the idea. I want someone outgoing, funny, witty, secure with themselves and man that likes getting out and doing things. I tend to really go for older men say, closer to 50 or around that age. People tell me they like being around me cause I'm bubbly and always have a smile on my face.
I like pretty much like the same thing everyone else does (movies, dinner, coffee) but here are a few 'quirky' things I also enjoy: I like to bowl and I'm pretty good at it, play foosball and I kick ass at it, and go to play bingo. Yes, bingo. Its actually pretty fun and I win sometimes, lol! I enjoy playing on the Kinect with my boys I mainly do the dance stuff but sometimes I'll break down and play some kind of game. I'm not into clubs anymore (that was my 20's). I enjoy happy hours with my girlfriends. Lower level seats at Spurs games are cool. And I'm a member of the San Antonio Conservation Society so I volunteer at NIOSA every year. I'm looking forward to supporting my San Antonio Scorpions again this year. I grew up playing soccer and truly love the sport. I like all kinds of music but mainly country. I also like Tejano music.
I'm honest, loyal, funny, self-sufficient and "pretty good at drinking beer" and I'm looking for the same. Yes, I'm a big nerd but I always have fun so email me if I sound like someone you would like to meet.
I don't want to date anyone that does not live in San Antonio.
My favorite quotes:
I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, i am out of control and at times hard to handle.
But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best. -Marilyn Monroe
I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. -Maya Angelou