I am best described by the seeming contradictions i embody- self reliant Texas cowgirl / born and bred east coast Irish Catholic girl; Wranglers, dirty t-shirt and ball cap Friday through Monday / Ann Taylor Monday though Friday; perpetual student of world religions and philosophies / practicing Catholic; happy and content living in a small town / easily able to navigate NYC; quiet and contemplative / gregarious and engaging; Bud and BBQ / fois gras and sauterne; a Tarheel who bleeds Carolina blue, yet one who admires Coach K; Bob Wills and Don Williams / Ted Nugent and Axl Rose; traditionalist single mother. I am all of these things. I admit, i even confuse myself at times, but overall am very happy with who i am (of course, there's always room for improvement).
I am single mother of a precocious six year old. We live on 15 acres with three horses and a heeler. I am self employed and like to stay in the country as much as we can on the weekends. My life is quite full. I haven't had much time for dating, but I know as full as it is, there is a lingering absence in my heart. I am now going to take another stab at finding that special someone.
I love strong coffee and a sunrise on the back porch; the sunset and a glass of wine on the front porch. I can't help thinking these simple pleasures would be exponentially better if there was someone there to share them. I like going out for a night on the town, shooting pool or catching some good Texas music, but am just as happy running to the grocery store and cooking dinner at home and sharing a bottle of wine, good music and some interesting conversation.
Some of my favorite things: a fresh cut pasture, Texas Music and classic country, a good day of riding, working outside, exercise, room service, old friends, traveling around Texas (and the rest of the planet), Carolina basketball, my family, and of course my daughter.
My perfect match… A man who is confident and not easily intimidated. Someone who enjoys the country life and the hard work that goes with it.. Someone who holds doors and offers to help friends and strangers a like. A man who is comfortable with the many contradiction I embody. Someone who is not going to give up or be scared when he can’t figure me out by the third date. And last, but not least, someone who accepts me for who I am, past, present and future. Are you out there? Are you up for the ride? Well, jump in the truck and lets go!