First and foremost: I am seeking the strong Christian man that god has waiting for me. I love God, he is my best friend and am looking for someone to help me grow in my relationship with the lord as well as in each other. I am looking for someone who is stable-minded but can still occasionally have a good time out. Someone with similar beliefs as mine- I grew up baptist and I go to a non denominational church. I hold onto my baptist beliefs: don't speak in tongues, God sent his son to die on the cross, once saved always saved, etc.. but I have let go of a lot of the traditional baptist ways of thinking. I want someone who will challenge me to learn more about God and to help me become not only a better person but a better servant of the lord.
Being married helped me realize, more than anything, that I am a very devoted and loving person. I would do anything for the one who holds the key to my heart. I am a faithful and trustworthy girl. I deserve nothing less than being treated like a princess because I treat my man like a king.
I work full time as a manager in retail. It takes a lot of work and I put in a lot of hours so a social life is hard to come by. I love spending time with my family in my free time.
I don't go to the gym... sometimes it sounds good in theory because I know I feel better after the pain and sweat but I am satisfied with how I look. Don't fix what's not broken, right?
Music: I listen to mostly christian music but it depends on the day. I do like modern country(not the twangy crap), pop, chick music, rock and some R&b. The sweetest music is when a man sings really sweet slow love songs to me.... but the best part is when they actually mean what they are singing. I love the song "Just the way you are- Bruno Mars" and am looking for a man to feel that way about me and wholly and compassionately mean every word.
Criteria in a man:
I don't party...I am a single mom, plus I seek to please god at every turn. I have a son who just turned one. I am not looking to just play around. Being completely honest about everything is a must. I am super honest, even if it sometimes hurts. I know that telling the truth hurts for a shorter time than finding it out later. Being secretive means you're doing something wrong. That doesn't mean you should throw your entire life story at me on the first date, please.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
When I was in Washington (I was there for about a year for work) I would say that we should go to the Puget Sound and walk along the water, look at starfish and other sea creatures washed up along the beach. I am a sucker for the cheesy romantics. There is a pier out there that is just amazing. There is a little park area that has benches and you can look out at the islands, mountains, and ferries on the other side of the sound. BUT I am in Oklahoma and the closest thing to a beach here is Thunderbird...ugh...so What do people normally do? Have a nice dinner, go for coffee or bowling. I like to go anywhere where we could talk and get to know each other. I love seafood/ sushi. :) If you have any ideas on a better date that we could go on around here let me know. ;)