I consider myself to be a laid-back, sweet girl with an old soul, a big heart, and a little bit of a wild streak. I am very compassionate toward others and have a strong desire to “save the world.” I work hard and have high expectations for myself in what I want to accomplish. I want to help children be as successful and as well-adjusted as possible so I am finishing up my doctorate in school psychology. Once I graduate, I plan on either working in the schools, in a community mental health setting, or maybe one day having my own private practice. As much as I work, I also like to have fun and enjoy life as much as possible. I have a good sense of humor and like to enjoy the little things that life has to offer. I like to spend time with my dogs outside, go to Braves games or watch them on TV, go out with friends, eat good food, do creative things (like those BYOB painting sessions), spend time with family, or just curl up on my couch and relax with a glass of wine and a movie. Occasionally I love to go out and have some drinks and dance, listen to live music, and just let loose and have a good time. I also love to spend time outdoors (camping, hiking, going on walks, etc.), I just don't get around to it as much as I'd like to...but if I found someone who was more focused on doing things outdoors and being active, I would definitely find more time to join you. : )
I am looking for someone who is passionate about his own dreams or ambitions that he has either actively pursued or is in the process of actively pursuing. He should be willing to share his heart and soul with me as much as I am willing to do for him. And probably most importantly, he should be honest, genuine, have a good sense of humor, a positive outlook on life, and just want to have fun and enjoy life with someone. II am sure I have left many things out but overall, I am just looking for a deep, meaningful connection with a person who is capable of that kind of relationship. I would love to just go out and have fun with someone and see where the connection leads us. If the right person comes along, I think that it could turn into something more meaningful.