I am a Colorado native who has seen people and places from all over and still happily calls Colorado home. My parents are from California, I am from Denver, and yet I think I was raised with midwestern values. I love to make my friends laugh--that is the best sound in the world. I am active, but I rarely find myself in a gym. I would much rather be outdoors or playing a sport. I enjoy trying all of Denver’s cuisine offerings, and I enjoy even more trying to cook them at home. I follow politics and world affairs, but I need to cleanse my mind with dumb TV every once in a while. I try to golf with the worst of them, but I am passionate about hiking and skiing. I am equal parts introvert and extrovert: I can talk to any stranger I meet, and I can also happily spend a night at home. My parents bred the travel bug into me, and I hop on a plane as often as possible. I was also forced to go to the opera growing up, and yet that one didn't hook me like traveling did. I would describe my best qualities as loyal, compassionate, and non-judgmental, and I prefer to communicate rather than create drawn out drama. I am much more light hearted than I am serious. I am smart and confident, and yet I recognize that humility is a much more important trait to possess. That being said, I have a good head on my shoulders and have been known to be sassy a time or two. And as a good native girl, I love watching the Broncos.
I am looking for someone who shares similar interests as me, but more importantly, I want to find someone who is kind, patient, and understanding. My family and friends are important to me, and I would be excited to meet someone who also values his family and friends. I am interested in someone who can happily cut up on a dance floor or compete in mini-golf without feeling too foolish. I need someone who keeps me equally grounded and in the clouds and who can tolerate my incessant singing in the car. I would like someone who is comfortable talking through problems, who I can confide in, and will be my best friend through thick and thin. And I never underestimate the power of chemistry.