I'm a divorced mother of 2 girls age 16 and 14. I have live in help so I do have time to date. (I get that question a lot )
I am very secure in who I am and what I want in life. I am very grateful for all the experiences that I have had in my life. They have taught be a lot about who I am and what my purpose is. I am a very spiritual person and I believe that everything happens for a reason. It is looking at each and every situation and finding the positive and not the negative.
Is it realistic to be positive about life? After all, being positive sounds good in theory, yet in the real world so many things can so often go awry.
Yes, being positive is entirely realistic. Because truly being positive is not based on what is or is not likely to happen. Being positive is all about what you decide to create. Being positive is a perspective from which you can choose to operate.
I love to laugh, dance and just have fun at whatever it is that I may be doing at any given moment in time. I love my family, and friends and I am very loyal.
I live life and that means TAKING CHANCES... If you want to take a chance let me know...and we will see where it may lead...
What I'm looking for:
Looking for a life partner, best friend and lover, who wants to build a strong foundation for a real relationship based on friendship and open honest communications.
Someone with integrity who knows who he is and what he wants. Has a positive attitude who gets up everyday grateful for what he already has.
He knows that he already has everthing that he needs inside of himself and wants to share his life with someone who is also whole and complete with herself.
Recently went back to work on Wall Street after a 16 year absence and luckly enough to be working for the same boss at a different firm.
Raising my girls alone as their father is not apart of their life by his choice. I'm not looking for a father for my girls, they have several Uncles who have stepped up to the plate and filled that positive male role model for their nieces as well as my own father before he passed in 2009.
They are by far my greatest accomplishment and my teachers as well and I wouldn't trade it for the world.
Learning all I can about the true nature of reality, self awareness and personal growth.
Just being me....