As said best by Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City I am someone who is looking for love. Real love. Ridiculous, inconvenient, consuming, can't-live-without-each-other love.
I am a passionate person. I put my family, friends, and co-workers before myself. I am blessed with two amazing parents who gave me the ideals and values I have to this day. Friends come and go it seems but the ones who have stuck around are wonderful. They know that whenever they need me no matter what time of the day it is I'll call them or I'll be there with them. My co-workers are my second family. I've been with the company for two years and we started it together so my manager is a second mother to me who is always looking out for me and I am very blessed to have her in my life.
As to my "ideal match"... I think it's funny that they use the word "ideal" because when you break it down the word is really "idea". Its like a fantasy of what us little girls would talk about at sleep overs. (Yes I am breaking a girl code lol) but we always talked about our crushes and what we thought our perfect Prince would be like. So here is my idea of my perfect match...
My perfect match, isn't a boy, but is a real man. It's very important that he's responsible, respectable, and passionate. I am looking for someone who will care for me. I'm tired of getting hurt. I am not going to lie, I do enjoy getting calls once a day call me needy but hey, I'm putting the truth out there first.
I've had some pretty decent experiences with match.com in the past so I figure I'll give it a go-around again.
I like to consider myself a hopeless romantic. I want the romantic comedy kind of love. Not the "you complete me" moments from Jerry McGuire but You've Got Mail seems to fit this situation appropriately. If you have ever seen the movie Hitch with Will Smith I tend to find myself quoting the beginning of the movie a lot. So here ya go guys I truly believe this....
"Basic Principles - no matter what, no matter when, no matter who... any man has a chance to sweep any woman off her feet; he just needs the right broom."