I'm starting to think no one reads this so if you want to know something just ask. I will say if you don't want kids, don't like cats, and aren't OK with me being involved in my church don't waste my time. If you have questions just ask. Too many times has my time been wasted with people who really weren't OK with these things, which is why I put it out there.
I am a very kind person who is always there for those that I care about. I work hard and play hard (at least when I can). I'm willing to make things work but you must also be willing because a relationship of any nature takes two for it to work, not one. I put everything I can into my relationships and I want to find a guy who's willing to put in as much work too. I can come off as shy and innocent at first but I'm not really; it just takes a little bit of time for me to feel comfortable. I warn you now that I do have a bit of a wall up at first but if you give me time the wall will come down.
I am looking for a real relationship, not a texting relationship. If you are serious about finding someone feel free to contact me. I'm tired of dealing with people who just want to text back and forth. I do get it that it makes life easier and I'm fine with it, however I don't want that to be our only means of communication. I want to see you in person and see if we have a connection and chemistry. I do know due to schedules and distance at times that we can't always see each other in person but that's what Skype is for.
I am looking for someone who I have a connection with, someone who loves me for me and wants kids, someone who's honest, loving, caring, and protective, someone I can have a playful relationship with, and someone that I love being with and love talking to. I don't think this is too much to ask for but it's seeming like it is.
I'm missing a lot of the things that come with a relationship; I'm missing cuddling, making out, sweet little kisses, being wrapped in my man's arms, falling asleep next to my man, etc. I want a real relationship that will last.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
I would say the first time we meet should be meeting for coffee (well hot chocolate for me as I don't drink coffee) or something simple and in public. The first date we could determine once we get to know each other better.