I moved back to Vegas in Oct 2011 for a permanent job after traveling for 7 years. I took a management position in January 2012, and have been working 60-80 hrs a week for the last year. Things have finally calmed down and I would like to date again.
I choose to be 100% honest from the beginning. What I have found on match.com is that not many members feel or act the same way. Please be honest from the beginning. No one is perfect and we all have a story. Yet we all also have the ability to choose our paths in life, despite what you have been through in your past.
I do not NEED a partner, however I would like a partner. I would like someone who compliments me, treats me like an equal/friend, and supports me and my en devours. I am very easy going, have many interests, and am non-materialistic. I choose to surround myself with positive people and enjoy the humor of others. My parents are still best friends after 45 years and to this day I have never heard them fight, say disrespectful things to each other or ever degrade one another. That is my standard and I will not settle for less. I understand that relationships are work and require a commitment from both parties to reach a state of equilibrium. When both people have the same goals for the relationship, equilibrium is totally achievable.
I love to travel, meet new people, explore cultures, enjoy camping, hiking and working out. I love spontaneity and road trips with no goal in mind. I am looking for a true partner in every sense of the word. Someone who can be my rock to lean on and my soft place to fall at the end of a long day. I am a manager and have to be the rock and leader all day at work. I want to be able to come home and relax in the arms of my partner without having to put on an act. I enjoy sports and have played many in my life. I enjoy watching them as well. I have a competitive spirit but a very soft heart. I am very independent and need a man that can look at that as a positive and not a negative. I want a husband and children one day. If you do not want either then I am not for you.
After reading through my profile and you are still interested, please email me something other than “Hi!” or “How are you?” Put a little thought in it and give me a reason to respond.