Just your average employed, intelligent, self sufficient, tattooed, musically talented, arts loving, movie snobbing, happy in my own skin woman looking for someone with a fairly well developed vocabulary, a sense of humor, and the ability to match me in a battle of useless information. My offspring are nearly grown, and I sing in two a cappella groups in my spare time. I'd love to find a man who's interested in actually getting to know each other, and who has all, if not most of the qualities I possess...and the willingness to support me and learn about what I like. I'm not looking for a savior, and I don't need to be rescued...I'd just like to meet someone with whom I can enjoy the occasional outing (or inning, I guess). I'm not expecting to have it all figured out within 30 minutes of meeting, so let's have some fun and see where things go, shall we?
I AM AN INDOOR PERSON. Hiking and fishing are not my strong suit. I burst into flames in the sun, so I just....don't.
I'm am happily godless. This will not change. Self righteous bible thumpers need not apply.
If I add you to my favorites, consider that my way of making eye contact. :)
Gentlemen, I want you to be successful and find what you're looking for. Allow me to give you a few helpful hints.
A profile full of car and bathroom selfies is not attractive.
You're not the only guy to, "put in the wrong birthday and now can't change it." If you aren't sure of your birthday, check your drivers license. If you don't have a drivers license, we have a whole different issue.
If we meet, we will know how tall you REALLY are, so you might as well tell the truth.
Know your strengths and weaknesses.
Posting photos with hot girls leads us to believe you are looking for a very specific type, and most of us ain't it.
Posing in front of someone else's car doesn't make you cool, it makes you a poser.
I'm sure there are tons of things that drive you crazy about women, as well (like why we think capri pants are awesome). Message me and tell me all about them!
Ultimately, we all deserve to pursue happiness, and we have a pretty famous document to back that up. I don't believe anyone should become a chameleon and dissolve into someone else's world. Like what you like, I'll like what I like, and it we can merge that and become the world's next power couple, splendid. If I'm not your cup of tea, I'm a big girl, I can take it. As it says in a pretty cool country song, "follow your arrow wherever it points."