I am a mom of four wonderful kids who is now finding time to explore new interests. I am very honest and loyal. As in any relationship, I think friendship is a must and allowing things to unfold from there is an opportunity to find a match. I love laughing and adventure. I have discovered jello shots and I do not agree (a great story if you are interested) and I say no thank you. Traveling is something I am enjoying greatly. Traveling with an eighty year old stubborn grandpa and three starving children is definitely a no thank you. But traveling to Europe on my own and making up my own rules was a definite yes please. I love camping and being outdoors so lounging on my floaty in the middle of a beautiful lake with a cold beer is an absolute yes please. Listening to my camp neighbors fight with their family and threaten a beat down is a no thank you. Also, I have recently started focusing on my fitness. I have found that I love the adventure of a good 5k mud run which is a yes please, but falling down an eight foot wall, an unfortunate no thank you. My adventures, either good or bad, have always become a good story and a good source of laughter, even at my own expense. If you want to have an adventure and want to find out if we are a yes please or a no thank you, please feel free to email me.
I'm searching for a man who wants to be my best friend, my partner (in and out of crime ;)and my lover. Although his kid/s should always be his #1 top priority, I want him to be able to divide his time between his kid/s (kids first, always), friends and me. Someone who is independent and willing to try something new. I want the privilege of loving and respecting that man. I want to find a man who will still hold my hand when were 80 and still look at me like I am the one and only for him. Because of where I work, I have seen little old men look at their wives this way and vice versa. I guess I want a lot, don't I? lol That's ok we should all want more and not settle for less. Good luck in searching for your one and only!
So, I took the chemistry test. I have to say I wish I would have skipped it. There are a few things that are accurate, but most are not. The biggest inaccuracy I will not tolerate and have to comment on is Family Orientation. My kids come first, foremost and always. If you have kids, then you'll know what I mean. What this means is, don't bother reading my test because I won't read yours.