I was born in Puerto Rico. I moved to Miami, Florida when I was 6 years old. In September of 2007, I moved to Maryland and in July 2009, I moved to Alexandria, VA and then I figured... why not go for the full tri-state experience, so in April 2012 I moved to DC. DC was awesome! However, I decided I need some work/life balance, so I moved to Tampa, Florida. I have several good friends here (all married) and am about 31/2 hours away from my mom and my brother.
I have a good sense of humor and love making new friends. I guess what it comes down to is that we all want to be happy, and be happy with the person that we end up with. Looks are important and I prefer men that are fit and attractive, but substance in the person that you are with means so much more. I saw something on a profile that described it beautifully: Looks are nice but they are merely the preview of a movie that makes you want to see it, whereas the personality, and unique traits of a person are like the characters and plot that make a movie interesting and make you want to see it again. I'm looking for that movie that I'll want to see over and over again. I want to meet a man with confidence, a great sense of humor, style, and personality.... Is that too much to ask for?
I'm realizing I need to add this:
Ghetto talk is a turnoff to me. Sentences like "I funna talk to this female rite quick and find out where she stay at." make me cringe. If you don't see the many things wrong with that, I am not the woman (notice I didn't say female) for you.
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