I'm Sara. I just moved back to the Buffalo area in May. I had been away at college for the five years prior. My degree is in Opera Performance and classical voice. I enjoy all types of music though, not just Classical. I currently work in the insurance business, sort of fell into it but I'm liking it more and more each day.
I suppose I could best be described as tall, curvy, with dark features. I prefer relationships that come from friendships. I think first second and third dates are weird because you're not quite sure when it's okay to swear like a trucker. I generally handle myself with class otherwise. I'm not your average girl, I hate fake conversation about cupcakes and petty drama. Some may dislike me because I don't have much of a filter, I will tell you what I think, all the time. I think giving money to the homeless is stupid because if they have time to hold up signs asking for food, they have time to go find a job and buy their own. I think the unfortunate truth about stereotypes is that they're generally accurate. I think Buffalo would be a much better city without the West or East side and that things would improve if we would stop paying taxes for Welfare and EBT that they mostly use to buy doritos and slushies. Most of my friends would describe me as the caretaker. I love going out of my way for those I love. In relationships I like having dinner on the table and your lunch packed before you leave. I do not expect my partner to do all the little things for me as often as I like to, but I still expect a little thought here and then. My friends would also describe me as the group comic. Expect a fair share of sarcasm if you meet me.
I believe my ideal match would be someone that can laugh, doesn't take himself too seriously, yet still has aspirations and expectations of always bettering his own person and those he loves. A man that isn't afraid to say exactly what he feels and shows some amount of true emotion is exactly what I would hope for. As a musician, I am perhaps even overly passionate about my beliefs and thoughts and if my match was not the same way, they should at least accept that of me.
Nothing personal, but turnoffs are 'ghetto' people, those with a lack of common sense, or those that do not have some sort of grasp on spelling and grammar.