Hi there! I'm Trish. I never thought writing my own bio would be hard, but this was definitely harder than I thought, but I digress! I am one of many in a large, Catholic family. If I had to describe myself in a few words, I would say that I am smart, thoughtful, confident, and sarcastic. I was born in New Jersey, but moved to St. Louis when my dad got transferred. I quickly lost my accent, gained a few more siblings, and have loved it ever since. I have a job that I love, and when I am not knee deep in databases and spreadsheets, I am studying for my CPA license. In order to save my sanity, I spend quality time drinking a lot of coffee, laughing really hard, watching funny shows (Big Bang or Parks and Rec), or playing tennis. I enjoy getting family and friends together to play games, sand volleyball, or even take a walk. I love baking and trying new things, especially anything with chocolate. It sounds super cliche even as I'm typing it, but it's the truth. If you have a sweet tooth, you are in luck.!
If you've gotten this far, you are probably wondering what I am looking for in a man. I am looking for my best friend that I can share my life with (particularly a partner in crime). I find myself attracted to men who are funny, honest, confident, and outgoing. Since I enjoy humor, I would love to meet someone who also knows how to have a good time and crack a joke. I think someone who understands sarcasm and can read between the lines would be a bonus. My family and faith are extremely important to me, so a family-oriented guy would be fantastic. A few other things I find incredibly attractive are a man who loves his mother, holds the door open, and can do his own laundry. Double bonus points if you can match socks. I've recently been turned on to traveling and would love a guy who enjoys it as well. Currently, Ireland and Greece are sitting at the top of my travel list. I fell in love with Ireland after I saw "The Quiet Man" and Greece is just so beautiful with its crisp blue waters and hillside towns. And who hasn't thought of going there since seeing "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"? I would love to fill up my passport with stamps, but I know that it's not always easy to travel. A guy who knows how to make a girl feel special at home is a plus too. I'm not on the prowl for an adrenaline rush, but I'm impressed with anyone who is willing to try new things and have fun at the same time. Going out of our comfort zone is a great way to grow and laughing is my preferred way to get through it. I would love to have a best friend who can keep up with me, whether that be at a party, in a new city, or on a Thursday night after work. If any of this sounds like a challenge you want to accept, let me know!