What I'm looking for?
That’s easy-peasy. I’m looking for a partner-in-crime, someone to take silly photos with while shopping for dinner ingredients at Publix. Even better would be someone to curl up with on the couch at the end of the day. Conceivably I hope to find someone who's authentic and motivated, compassionate and quick witted, maybe with a sprinkling of sarcasm? I know there are still men out there goal-oriented and passionate about their lives—loyal to the people in it. (Uh oh, you're right, - this is starting to sound too much like a shopping list) In conclusion I'd like to point out while I’m “hopeful”; I’m also a bit of the pragmatist. I’m not on this site looking for my ‘Prince Charming’, a ‘Daddy Warbucks’ OR a Knight in shining armour just a real person to click with.
About me? Well thanks for asking!
Succinctly: I am playful, passionate, and subject to change.
Less succinctly but still to the point, I am: An open book - under heaps of headings including; Outgoing, Animated, Genuine, Physically Affectionate, Witty, Compassionate, and Loyal-to-a-Fault. I'm a nurturer by nature w/a generous spirit, a pop culture junkie, and I’m brilliance when it comes to communication!
I like to think of myself like a starburst: a juicy contradiction. I keep it classy like a pin-up but I have the mouth of a sailor. I'm intelligent and dedicated to my job but at the end of a hard day, I look forward to nothing more than a quiet seat at the bar with glass of whiskey, a hookah, and a Sudoku puzzle. I'm an amazing chef in the kitchen but I hate doing dishes. A Queen of laundry but I always end up leaving it folded on top of the dresser and not in it. I'm the type of female that relaxes into traditional gender roles but also insists we go dutch the first date. Starting to get the picture? :-D I know, now you’re starting to wonder – is this too good to be true?! Well. . . . .
Spoiler Alert: NOT a big fan of texting. I know, I know it's a shock! I prefer to keep it old school (Makes things less complicated and lets things develop at a more reasonable pace) AND I have to admit it’s become a revealing litmus test for someone's interest in me. I've had a few experiences where I've spent weeks emailing someone back and forth but when we finally met - it was clear to both of us within 10 minutes the chemistry wasn't there. So I'm a big fan of exchanging a few emails then meeting in person, otherwise isn’t this whole thing little more than window-shopping without a wallet?
I look forward to hearing from you!