I grew up the second oldest of five kids. My dad was in the military and we moved every couple of years. Going on family trips was like Chevy Chase's European vacation. Think seven people in a station wagon going down tiny little cobblestone streets. People would just point and stare. We often would get a flat tire in a random city, someone would leave something or get left somewhere. Yes, I once got left in a bathroom off the autobahn and my mom did not realize until they were 10 minutes down the road. I think the car was too quiet. This type of childhood taught me to be flexible, adventurous, adapt to life's curve balls, not be afraid of meeting people and to work hard for what I believe in.
I went to college in ohio and after I graduated I worked for a large bank in a variety of different positions. I had opportunities to travel with the bank and do an international start up. I got married and we continued to travel around the world for work and then came back stateside to California. We had three beautiful kids whom I adore. We decided that I would stay at home to raise the kids because of all the travel.
I got divorced and moved back to Cleveland where I have a great support network of friends and family. I love my kids, love to laugh, love life and now that I have moved past the divorce, I am ready to start dating. I want to experience new things and see what life has to offer. I am looking for someone that is kind, loving and fun to be with. I want a relationship filled with laughter and trust.