I'm an independent woman, looking to find an equal partnership relationship, so preferably an independent man. Basically someone who, like me, can make it alone, but doesn't really want to anymore, and is looking for more to life than work, go home, rinse, lather, repeat.
I've been told that my independence is intimidating to men, because they feel they have nothing to offer me, since I already have it. But you do have something to offer me: your time, your companionship. I don't need anyone to buy things for me, or to pay my bills.. That is not what relationships are about to me, no matter what some other women may think. Relationships don't work if you don't do anything together or want to spend time together. You should be friends with each other, otherwise there's no point to a relationship.
I am a single mother with a teenage daughter. I am rather busy with working full-time, going to school part-time, raising my daughter, and occasionally babysitting my niece and nephew. I have been single for a long time, and more recently feel restless because I want more to my life than I have now. I am ambitious, and like to make and to execute plans.
When I have the time and money, I like to go out and do things, usually far away, if I can manage it. Road trips are something my mom used to do when I was younger, and I have a tendency to do them, too. More often, you will find me around my house, doing projects, like removing old fences, small construction projects, and yard work.