This is such a hard section to fill out. Where do I begin? I'm 27 years old and live in Cranston, RI. I went to Sacred Heart University for 7 years where I got a Bachelors and Doctorate degree and am now a licensed physical therapist. I eventually want to focus my career around Women's Health - there is so much to offer a population that does not know help is available. I also have high hopes of opening up a floristbakery someday (wishful thinking!). I am half Italian and half Portuguese (what I like to call a Portawop) and am very family oriented; I love my family more than life. I have a wonderful group of friends whom I trust with my life and consider them an extension to my family. Some may say I have a great on a couch. I like to work out to channel my daily frustrations even though I will comsense of humor, I'd agree, but I'll leave you to be the judge of that. I am full of life and energy. I always have a good time no matter where I am and tend to be the life of the party, although sometimes, there is nothing more that I enjoy than snuggling plain that I have to go but won't be in a rush to leave once I begin my workout. I have road rage. I am beyond trustworthy and honest, compassionate and loving and expect the same qualities in my counter-part.
I guess this brings me to my ideal match. I am looking for a gentleman who hasn't forgotten what being a gentleman is all about. I want someone who has a good head on his shoulders and knows what he wants in life. I'd like to say that I want someone who is settled into a career but my intention in saying that is that he has to have drive and commitment in what he does and wants a prosperous future (that doesn't mean money wise). I want a man who loyal and trustworthy and respectful of the person I am. I am looking for someone outgoing and isn't afraid of something new. I want someone who can laugh, because I truly believe laughter makes life sweeter. Finally, I am looking for a man who hasn't let 2012 suck the romance out of a relationship - thoughful acts (and flowers ;) ) are never overrated in my book.
I'm sure I have forgotten to include a bunch of things that I probably should include in this part, but I guess that will leave us a lot to chat about another time.