Can we completely write about ourselves?
Absolutely not..but I find the mystery is in learning of a person not by what you read, but by what you discover.
My friends would describe me as an incredibly kind, quiet person. They would say that I can be incredibly bashful, but I am fiercely loyal, and have rarely let them down..
If you were to meet me at this precise moment. You would have probably..scared the crap out of me for randomly appearing in my house, but you would quickly find that I am quite talkative, and always eager to learn about people.
I would hope to learn in our conversation what kind of person you were, and what you believed in. Maybe we could swap humorous stories..such as when I almost got in a fight for having pull up my zipper during a kickball game when I was a kid. (That really happened! Ask me about it)
I could hopefully find out about the dreams that you have, and you could find out that I wish I had superpowers, or that I would love to live by a lake.
Perhaps, after conversing for a while we could go out to eat, and maybe try something that was new for both of us, A place where we could simply be ourselves and get to know one another even more..and maybe have a few drinks!
In the end, I simply want to be happy.
In a perfect world I would meet a woman who knows what she wants, but isn't strictly forceful about it.. She can balance her time with herself and her time with me.
My ideal partner would be kind, and considerate but with a strong personality. Competitive, but not wanting to rip my face off if she loses a game of hoops, or a match of Halo. She could be Spiritual or religious, but not stuffing their faith up my nose. Romantic, but not smothering. Adventurous, but not dragging me to the middle of the woods without supplies or a GPS. And Lastly, a person who is thoughtful, but not living in the past.
Could you be the person I'm looking for?