If you were to ask my friends and family they would say I'm honest, loving, caring, understanding, patient, a great listener, carry a great conversation, loves to travel, loves kids, romantic, funny, witty, smart, well balanced and has definite zest for life. What I strive to have in my life: balance and health other things that like to do:exploring the city, cooking, enjoying a great bottle of wine( red), watching a movie and cuddling on the coach, finding a great restaurant, drinks on the patio, dancing, going to the cottage and travelling to warm climates etc.
I am looking for someone who is as passionate about life as I am , authentic and is truly looking for, and is ready for a lasting, loving relationship. This person has to have a great sense of humor and loves to laugh. Someone who is physically fit and active and who is kind and loving. Also someone who is easy going and enjoys both dressing up for special functions or just sitting back in jeans enjoying a movie or just relaxing and enjoying a good coffee or tea.
Being easy going, I also enjoy not having plans and just being spontaneous, whether that will be sitting on a patio with a good drink, or driving out to the country and getting lost. :) I wish people would sometimes see through my ackwardness or shyness and see the real me. I have been a bit of a late bloomer when it comes to relationships always concentrating on other things in life, whether that would be school or my career. I do realize now that there is nothing more important than sharing my life with that someone special. I am definitely ready for and looking for my perfect match...... my soul mate if you wish, I want one special person to be with,.... when we look back on those wild and crazy moments and say to each other, "I'm glad that I shared them with you." That we are similar-minded. Not the same, because two different perspectives makes for a better view. Similar minds can share a joint goal. Two people can reach amazing heights with a shared goal in mind. I read the Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. It was about enjoying the now since everyone has a lot on the go and we are either thinking about the future or past and letting the present slip away.