I play things cool, and take things slowly. I'm a guy's girl. I'm a softy, though you wouldn't guess that off the bat because I'm often slinging sarcasm. I don't play games and it blows my mind when people offer up dating advice that encourages it. I'm a firm believer in being straight up about my feelings, cause hey-- being honest about them is the best you can do, right? -- and sometimes that might mean I reach out first, or make the plan, and not wait X amount of time before replying to your text. Man! That part of dating can be exhausting.
I'm looking for a primo sidekick to do all of the fun things we like to do together. I ended a long termer last year and am back on my feet after a year of stumbling my way through.
My goal is to end up settled down-- you know, the husband, the family, not sure I'm sold on the suburbs. I'm not on a mad husband hunt, I'd rather take my time and find the right person, but I am definitely at a point where I've gotten the casual stuff out of my system, and am really looking to meet someone I can connect with. Someone who allows me to be my ridiculous self-- cause really, I can be pretty ridiculous-- I might have a tendency to laugh so hard I snort (this just happened in a work meeting. My boss didn't know what to say).
I don't expect anyone to be without issues-- hell, we've all get them. But at least hope that the right guy will have worked through a lot of them. Someone who is ready for the next phase in their life--whatever that means. Past the non-committal part of his life-- but still wants to go out and have fun with a female counterpart (read: me).
I am 100% down for a good time and can throw them back like the best of them, but I'm definitely looking for balance in my life--my job has a tendency to run me ragged, so balance is key these days: get enough rest, have enough fun, be physically active, get out, stay in and cook... You know. The juggling act.