virginheart: Stir up my senses....
Smokes Occasionally with Average body type
Okc, Oklahoma
50 year old Female, 5' 7" (170cm), Christian - other
Caucasian, Capricorn
virginheart anything.
High school
I work --maybe too much

Tongs in one hand, meat mallet in the other. The steak is scared.

I am Seeking a Man For Dating
Needs Test Not Completed Chemistry Not Completed
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? Does not want children
Marital Status Divorced Do you do drugs? No
Hair Color Brown Eye Color Other
Do you have a car? Yes Do you have children? All my kids are over 18
Longest Relationship
Pets No Pets  

About Me
You know that feeling you get inside when you really like someone? Yeah... That's what I want. It's been a long time since I've felt that!


Optional Reading:

Have you noticed that handicap parking priveledges are handed out like candy now? I think the original intention was to give those with wheelchairs and walkers wider parking places to load/unload, and people who cannot walk too far without being in pain closer parking. Now you can have carpal tunnel and get one! (Ok..that may be an exaggeration but it's not far off.) I think I'll check into getting one for my handicap--having long legs and needin' more room to open my car door.

Who said you can only wear white between Memorial Day & Labor Day? I’d like to talk to the person who made that silly rule up. They must have had too much coffee that day! Society is led around by many silly rules like that without asking why or siding with individuality. Mob mentality fascinates me!

I think it's really fantastic how people band together and give generously after major crisis or natural disasters strike our world. But the one question that nags at me is WHY can't we do the same when it comes to creating a united front against political corruption? Sure, it doesn't bring us the same warm fuzzies we get from helping others in need, but perhaps if we remembered it's the people who are the "employer" and the politicians are the "employees", we'd get a little more bang for our buck...know what I mean? Let's face it...if my work performance was the same as the majority of the idiots on capital hill, I would have been fired long ago. "We the People" need to stand up and take charge of our office before we completely forget the morals, values, and beliefs this country was built upon.

The majority of products I use on a regular basis and really love, end up getting discontinued. That concerns me. lol

Something else that concerns me: A Church that requires it's congregation to tithe more than 10%. Please consult your dictionary. After that, you might take a gander at Matthew 7:15.

Remember how products used to be made to last? In today’s throwaway society, we’ve grown accustomed to being tickled pink if our new TV can make it a whole year. Shoot…my parent’s old Zenith lived 30 years! Greed mongrels need to remember who’s team they’re on!

All the P.C. B.S. needs to stop. Period. Not much more to say about that one!

Have you ever noticed that any sitcom involving both parents and kids…the kids are in charge and treat the parents like complete idiots?? And we wonder why our kids run all over us. It’s SITCOMS, I tell you! lol

It bothers me how “sue happy” our society has become. I believe each individual should be held accountable for his/her silly mistakes, instead of trying to blame others for their lack of common sense. Don’t get me wrong…..there are legitimate suits out there, but for all the ones that aren’t, the cost is passed on to the rest of us “common sense” minded people…and that’s not fair. My solution, is to require everyone to take a standardized test when they turn 18, that asks questions like: Is it safe to have a plastic bag lying around that your baby can get a hold of? Is the coffee served at restaurants cold? Are chemicals safe if swallowed? Should you spray pesticides all over your dog? Is dropping a plugged in hair dryer into a sink of water safe? If the person answers yes to a single question, then require them to attend a “common sense training program” paid for by the person's parents. They must successfully complete the program before allowing them to graduate, no matter how long it takes! Then, if they do something stupid in life, they’ll have only themselves to blame, and the rest of us will no longer have to pay for it.


A few of my favorite quotes:

"I don’t understand why Cupid was chosen to represent Valentine’s Day. When I think about romance, the last thing on my mind is a short, chubby toddler coming at me with a weapon."

"The boy was as useless as rubber lips on a woodpecker"

"A broken heart is like a broken mirror… its better to leave it as it is than to hurt yourself trying to put it back together."

"If you fill your heart with regrets of yesterday and the worries of tomorrow, you have no today to be thankful for."

"Be careful, - with quotations you can damn anything"

Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Dating to me, is like pouring a bowl of cereal.

There are times when you grab the box and anticipate how good those wheat chex are going to be, but when you go to pour it into the bowl you discover all that was left was the dust at the bottom of the box.

And then there are times when you pour a great, perfect sized bowl of cheerios, dump a couple of spoons of sugar on them, then open the fridge and find that you’re out of milk. That sucks.

Then there are times when you start pouring a bowl and as you approach the invisible mark you come to know in your favorite bowl as the “perfect amount”, you realize there’s not enough cereal to save for later so you keep pouring. You know it’s getting too full, but you keep pouring anyway. Then you reach the bottom of the box and find you now have no room for the milk. You don’t want to try to pour half of the cereal back in the box and make a mess so you trick yourself into believing the milk will fit anyway. Then you try to eat it all, but end up left with a half a bowl of wasted fruit loops, a mess on the table, and nothing left for tomorrow.

I just want a great bowl of cereal.


The man who can read all of this and truly "get" me, is the man I'd like to hear from.

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