Hello there reader! Thanks for viewing my profile.
First~I want to say that I am giving this site one last chance and then I'm giving up on the on-line dating scene. I'm crossing my fingers. I only ask that in your pictures you don't have your children in them, are holding your ex and have cut her out obviously, have your shirt off or half naked while showing off your biceps, blowing smoke into the camera or giving it the finger. I can find a tool bag anywhere, but I'm on here to find something real.
So with that said~my feelings about things have changed, priorities as well. Things that seemed so important before just aren't. I just want to keep it simple and uncomplicated. I've actually found that it can be the man that makes it more dramatic~so to clarify-no drama.
I'm a short red head that is divorced with an eleven year old daughter that is my replica. She is the mini-me that completes me. ;) Her father & I, my ex-husband, get along wonderfully. We were silly & got married just way toooo young. It was a drama-free separation~ which is helpful to a young child's mind.
My parents live here on the cape and help a lot with babysitting my daughter while I go to work. She stays with her father every weekend. My job has taken a big part of mine, so I think it's time to get a life. I'm a waitress at a very busy restaurant & house cleaner year round and am looking for something more stable for my daughter & I. My top priorities have been working family and going to the gym has been my outlet. Thank God!
Honestly~I would like to be excited about someone. I would like to have more spontaneity in my life and take time to the a tourist even if it means in Boston that's an hour away from me. I like a wide range of music except country. Let me repeat myself~ No Country Music!
Now as for my goals in life~ I'd love to own a restaurant or manage one. I've managed before and was great @ it. Going to wine tastings and traveling to wineries are right up my alley. I'm fascinated when I watch the Food Network because I want to travel and experienced all the different types of food in different countries. I love to cook and was able to get a Maximum grant to Le' Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts school in Boston, but I just couldn't afford the cost to live there and go to school full time with my daughter. I was heart broken, but believe that there's a reason for everything.
So~ with all that said- if you're interested & serious-write to me.
First dates are really tough because of the nervous factors of: is this person a freak? Will they think I'm a freak? I guess just test it out with meeting somewhere in between to get a drink and see what happens from there. Do we want to watch a movie together or dare to have a first dinner or lunch? It all depends.