I have breast cancer. The minute one guy messages me, I log on to politely say that I have breast cancer and am not really dating right now, then multiple guys message me. So if anyone wants to hang with a fabulously positive woman that will be fine and back to her amazing self in about 6 months, let me know. I'm going wine tasting tomorrow. I'm
still living my life! So much luck in your search!
I am a Mom first and foremost. My children are everything to me. I had been a stay at home Mom for many years. They are now 10 and 13, so they still take up a large majority of my time. I recently accepted a position as a Branch Manager for a local staffing service. I do make the time to get out and do things with my friends, however. I have every weekend off, as my ex-husband works as a financial analyst over the hill and can only see them on the weekends.
I am an avid reader and am one of those people that tries to see all of the Academy Award nominated movies before the award show. I love to cook and make some mean crab cakes. One of my favorite things to do is to open a good bottle of wine and cook with someone I care about. I chop and he stirs. We both do the dishes.
I am an extremely honest person with a lot of integrity. Probably almost to a fault. I have been known to return to the store to pay for something that I realize I wasn't charged for after already returning home. I am a pretty happy, optimistic person and I love to laugh and try to find the time to do so every day. I am open and extremely communicative. I am also very affectionate, and like to show it. Your typical "walk on the beach holding hands with a few pauses to sneak in a hug and a kiss" scenario fits me (as I am sure it does with 98% of the other women on here:-) Also the "cuddling on the couch with a glass of wine and watching a good movie together under a blanket" scenario is a good one.
I hope to find a man that I can just hang out with and will be my best friend, but a spark is absolutely imperative for me and I will not settle for anything less than passion in the long run.