After staring at this section of my profile for what felt like forever; I went to the experts on the web. All of the girly sites said to keep it short (apparently men have a short attention span..huh, who knew) and speak from the heart. I am more of a shoot from the hip kind of girl; so here it goes…
I too am all the things the other 10,000 profiles define themselves as outgoing, fun and super down to earth but I have way more depth to share. I am extremely loving and loyal. I am independent and confident in myself. I am outspoken with facts to back up my thoughts and actions. I think before I act. I am the modern day feminist- we have come a long way since 1973.
I am never offended by a dirty joke and can dish out one of my own. Sarcasm is a spice of life, so bring it on. My laugh and my smile are contagious. You will find yourself thinking seriously about my observations on life and current events. I will keep you on your toes.
My family is the most important part of my life. Without them I wouldn’t be who and where I am today. A man that is close to is family is extremely attractive; and a must.
I have experienced great love and love lose. Both are truly vital experiences, emotions, and lessons one must experience before able to give oneself to another.
I like people who have brains, humor and wit, spunk, self-confidence (not narcissism), resilience, strength of character, a willingness to learn and be taught (humility), those who have been through some sh*t in life and pushed through it.
My Perception of an Ideal Relationship: Complete and utter comfort. I can be myself around you without feeling judged. You can sit in your room working while I do a crossword and I'm entirely content. I only have eyes for you, you only have eyes for me and we communicate this verbally, physically and often. Fights are rare and when we do get into it, we don't stop talking until we've reached some sort of peace. Unparalleled companionship, unprecedented generosity and unconditional love grant us the foundation for a lasting long-term relationship.
What I've Learned from Past Relationships: Flossing is important. Laughing is essential. Perfection is impossible. Give and take-push and pull. We will scratch the surface; but we will never change the core of others. Better to be single than to be in a bad relationship. If it's worth it, I'll work for it; if it's not, I won't. Don't say anything you'll regret because you can't take it back. Finally, you must expose yourself emotionally -- it's the only way to reap love's greatest rewards.