There are several words that could describe me: loud, complex, opinionated, educated, witty, and challenging. That's just to name a few, and possibly why dating hasn't gone well for me in the past both with people I've met beforehand and those online. With just about everyone I've ever known in serious relationships, getting engaged, getting married, having children, etc., it really has made me try to think about what I want out of life. Do I actually try to meet a good guy or do I just save myself the inevitable heartbreak? Does what I am even looking for in a guy exist? I guess I won't know unless I even try a little. If the right guy comes along, I guess I could consider a relationship.
My hobbies and interests include reading (ex. Harry Potter, Dan Brown novels, The Hunger Games trilogy, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo trilogy, Nicolas Sparks novels), shopping, some video games, snowboarding (I absolutely LOVE winter!), dance, and I've recently gotten into golf. As a kid I played hockey among other sports. I really enjoy the outdoors (not hunting or anything like that, nor am I a "country girl") and watching pretty much any sport (except basketball). I especially like watching the Twins and the Wild (be warned, I tend to yell at the TV). I like watching different a lot of different genres of movies as well (maybe not scary movies...I tend to watch those behind my hands). I really don't have a favorite movie, so asking would be silly. My favorite TV shows are "How I Met Your Mother" and "The Big Bang Theory."
My taste in music has evolved over the years. It has gone from what was "popular" on KDWB to country, then I found a love for hard rock and metal. I do still listen to the top 40 stuff on KDWB and with the occasional upbeat country song thrown in that doesn't have to do with "my girlfriend cheated on me" or "my best friend died."
As for what I like to do on the weekends, I could go for a party where I will attempt to kick ass in pong, dressing up and going out to a trendy area of town, or just staying home with a movie and a beer.
If you're uneasy about my "Catholic" standing, don't be. I'm not clinging to a Bible and rosary like my life depends on it.
Something simple like coffee or drinks because a) it's cheap so those of us girls that have an independent spirit don't feel bad about the tab, and b) to get to know someone you actually have to talk.