I have no intention of upgrading to a premium account so that I can see who wants to meet me. If we do have the opportunity to chat online, if you reply with on word answers or can't help the conversation progress, I'll just stop attempting to communicate because it takes two to have a productive conversation. So if I've caught your interest the only way I'll know is if you send me a message.
I'm multifaceted. I love my job because it keeps me in a "learning mentality," I work hard and play harder. I work-out to stay in shape but I refuse to spend more than three hours a day in the gym. I'm also a child development major, and yes I love working with kids, the major I chose isn't an accident it's a calculated choice. Volunteer work is a hobby that's become my passion. My social life has its ups and downs, so I'm looking for someone that I can fit into my life like a puzzle piece.
I want someone who is well grounded, educated and can be my best friend. I find it attractive when a woman is aggressive in what she wants, is intelligent and confidence. I've been in enough relationships to know what I want and more importantly, what I don't want. Color is never an issue with me, a woman is a woman no matter the cultural background. With all that being said, if you've read all of that until this point it I should've interested you enough for you to at least say hi.
"Character is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching".
--J C Watts
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Miniature Golf @ Boomers, then off to a mom and pop taco shop for a late dinner (because I'm a strong believer in supporting small businesses), then Karaoke later that night (no alcohol because I have to drive). If the fun turns into a complete night out (like the movie "The Hangover" minus the bad things), then maybe you can go with me to the homeless shelter and feed the homeless breakfast (I'm a vet and I'd like to help the vets that didn't get the chance I was given). After that long and exhausting adventure, I'd drop you off at home and hope that I gave a good impression and left you wondering if there's going to be another adventure like that again.