I am a single mother of one who loves to create glittery art projects with my four-year-old, play euchre, sing ( whether it's karaoke or lullabies at nighttime for my daughter), and go for walks.
Having dreams and goals are great, but I have tucked most of mine away and will reevaluate them when my daughter begins school next fall. There is one goal I would like to achieve in the next year or two: I look forward to finding the right house to make a home and all the fun renovations that come with it.
As beautiful as classical music can be, I do not have that type of station preset on my car stereo or saved as a favorite in "I Heart Radio". Other than that, I know the lyrics to way too many songs due to an eclectic taste in music.
The stereotypes are mostly true regarding red-heads. I can be fiesty at times, but I'm generally nice, a little sarcastic, and pretty funny. I honestly have never chased after a guy, but it may be where I've been going wrong. With the help of this website, I hope it narrows down the chances of landing another Mr. Not-Right-For-Me.
To me, a first date is meeting a new friend (regardless of either party's intentions).
Naturally chivalrous gentleman make me smile (...open doors & offer to let ladies be first). I am far from being a damsel in distress, but it does feel nice to be appreciated.:)
My intentions aren't to have one night stands or "hook up".... so that idea can be deleted.
Playing a round of miniature golf or meeting up to take a walk and view nature's surroundings is a great setting for a first date. You can chat with/get to know each other and have just enough going on around you to break up the awkwardness if it's not going well. lol.