Online dating sucks but being a busy single mom and working a lot, it's the most viable option for me. I'm finally at the point where I know what I want and I'm ready to start actively looking for it. I'm confident, fun-loving, funny, independent and a caring person. I can be a bit sarcastic at times but the guy I'm looking for can handle that. I love to joke around and trade witty barbs. My perfect guy is laid-back, funny, smart, passionate about life, would be my best friend, has an expressive face and knows what he wants. Family is very important to me and hopefully is to you too. But you should have your own life, activities and friends because I will also have those things going on and isn't it great learning about something new and making new friends? We don't need to hang out everyday together because it's nice to miss you sometimes. Life is about more and I want more. I have goals and plans and could not be with someone who isn't bringing the same to the table. I'm usually attracted to people who describe themselves as weird or nerdy. Looks are important but I've been turned off by guys who are gorgeous but lack personality. I've fallen for people who I didn't find attractive at first.
Call me sexist but men and women are different and I'm very old-fashioned in a lot of ways. I think there are certain things a man should do and certain things a woman should do. For example, I find it sexy when a guy can fix my flat tire or can frame out a doorway. Sure I can do those things but I don't want to! I would rather make you feel good for doing those things for me. Lol. And I would enjoy make your lunch and help you find your mother's birthday present. I've been told I'm a bit intimidating because I am very independent but I want a man who takes control. I'm in control all the time and it's nice to let someone else take the reins.
Summer is here! Let's take day trips, go camping, have drinks in toga, make out at the drive-ins... have fun. I am looking for a serious relationship but I'm still up for just having fun and seeing where it takes us.