I want to start a business that designs jewelry for the Spleen. You know, for those days that I feel like turning myself inside out. Plus, what in the heck is the Spleen? I feel like maybe it feels overlooked in life. It deserves some diamond earrings or maybe a tiny royal crown to make it feel special.
Sometimes I do things just to say I've done them. Let's be honest, a lot of times I do things just to say I've done them. This is why I'm an ordained minister. I saw an ad on Craigslist and thought it could be fun. Tell your successfully 'Matched' friends that I'm running two for one specials this month. And if they're having a themed wedding, I already own a Chewbacca costume. Hot. Dog.
There's this artist named Brian Andreas. I love him. I have two of his pieces on my wall. One says:
"When I first met him, I knew in a moment I would have to spend the next few days re-arranging my mind so there'd be room for him to stay."
The other says, "They drove south one winter until they could stand outside with no coats on and we never saw them again." ... Enough said.
Oh wait. Inigo Montoya's face is also hanging on my wall. Next to the door. Watching you when you leave. oooooo... ; )
I've always loved John Denver, ever since I was 4, sitting on the floor in front of my mom playing her guitar. Think about this:
..."and some say love is holding on, and some say letting go. Some say love is everything, and some say... they don't know."
If you can't see why that's ... oh so simply profound... *sigh. Thanks John. Plus, he also said, "Thank God I'ma Country Boy." Well, girl. But still : )
Okay, now it says I have to write something about who I'm looking for:
I can 't dance. Or sing. I like funky accessorizing and being anything but 'like everyone else.' I tried those jobs where you sit behind a desk.... And that will just never work out. I'm in Sales because I'm... Charming. (Was that concieted? Haha) Im perhaps a little stubborn, confident, independent, and maybe sliiightly narcissistic (lol- It's the Aries in me). I've had a job since I was 13. I've moved to 4 different states and two different countries on my own. I can take care of myself. And I like you to let me. But... :( I'm also still just a girl, and I like to be treated that way. Women seriously ruined things with all that feminist business. (haha : ). I think 'manliness' is the sexiest thing on a guy. I like the 'old fashioned, Christian, man is the head of the household' type of living. Men don't get many opportunities to be men anymore. The least I can do is let you remember when to get the oil changed in my car and help me carry in groceries. ... However... Don't take it too seriously. Because I still might need you to hold my purse now and then : )
Oh and hey... We're going to have fun. A lot of it. Because I think that's the most important thing- finding your best friend. : )
(After 2 months on Match.com... I've decided I should go ahead and add this to save us both some time:
If your profile starts out with "I'm a pretty easy going guy" or "I'm just your average dude" or anything similar... If it starts out with "I'm new to this Match.com thing" ... please don't bother emailing me. Your profile is your commercial and you're asking me to invest my life in you. I don't want a mediocre model - SELL ME! - Even if it's the creepy used cars salesman pitch! Needless to say, if you honestly do think you're average and plain old easy going.... I am not your match. If you are over 40, I am not your Match ( and I don't care how rich you are.) If you have never left, or rarely leave, your home state, I am not your Match. If you smoke cigarettes, I am NOT your match. If you do fall into one of the above categories, there are PLENTY of girls on this site for you! I'm just not her. Good luck in your search and I wish you the best!)