First off, I dont smoke weed anymore, but I can't change my username :)
I am an intellectual woman seeking someone who will challenge my intellect. Currently I'm enrolled in a very stressful and rigorous nursing program, which consumes most of my time when school's in session. But I certainly try to make time for a day of work each week and a day of golf each month. Any other unexpected pleasantries during the semester tend to be a welcome surprise!
I am coming into my own spiritually, but I am definitely not into organized religion.
I am a very caring, generous, loving woman.
I love to do things for my family and my close friends. My passion is music - I try to go to as many concerts as I can afford to; I love live shows! Haven't been to many in the last few years, as my life has been rather full, but in 2 years, I expect that to change again. I am always happy to meet someone who loves music like I do, and who enjoys new experiences.
Also, because I'm in the medical field, I love helping others when I can. My heart and soul are filled with joy when I do. :)
Ultimately, I want someone in my life who is genuine, caring, open, and has integrity and spunk, and who won't try to control me, but would rather encourage my growth as we walk our life paths together.
Past relationships have taught me that I must remain true to myself, and I musn't lose myself. Too often, we forget to put our psychological health first and lose ourselves in the other person and the relationship.
I've also learned that things don't always work out the way we want them to - but they work out in the way they are supposed to.
Everything happens for a reason.
So, with that in mind...hit me up.
But, do, please, know that if all you want is a hookup, I am not the one for you, so keep walking.
Oh, and don't ask me what it is that I want, because if you don't know or like The Smiths, you won't get what I mean, anyhow.
That is all.
Go somewhere public where we can spend time talking, getting to know about each other, see if it would be worth investing time in one another. Shouldn't that be how first meetings go?
Or how about this: if I happen to be out with some friends already, and you wanted to meet me...join us.
Less pressure upon meeting allows for both parties to relax and not overthink it. I'm not sure I'd want to do the "official" first date thing anymore. Too much anticipation and nervousness often makes for a fairly lousy first impression, anyhow.
And FYI, if you didn't read it already, I'm a big girl. So if we did meet up at a show or a bar a taco stand or wherever...don't be surprised when you see that I really am a big girl lol!