Life is too short to be wasting it on someone that is just not the right fit. I’ve wasted too many years with the wrong person. I sacrificed my own happiness to make sure he was. Now- I’m focusing on me!
I had a hard time describing myself so I asked my family and friends. They think I’m thoughtful, faithful, and generous. I’m easy going, fun loving and caring. I’m quick witted, strong willed and hardworking! I liked my family until they started saying that I am a bad singer. I was greatly offended, not really, and reminded them that singing is a sign of a happy person so they better be glad I’m singing.
I love my family and feel family values are very important. Trust me, my family is not perfect by any means but at the end of the day I still have their back! I eat breakfast with my grandparents every morning. It is a half hour or an hour every morning that I will be thankful for when they are gone. It gives them the opportunity to find out what is happening with our family business and it allows me to make sure everything is all right with them.
A friend invited me to his kickboxing class. I absolutely love it! I can’t believe how empowering it is! I go to a heavy bag kickboxing class Tuesdays and Thursdays. Along with kickboxing, came mma. So on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday, I partake in conditioning class and then do drills and or spar. I think the benefits of exercising are really worth it. I’m healthier, mentally and physically. In my perfect world, my match would look forward to exercising and kickboxing as much as I do!
I’m outgoing and love trying new things or going different places. I enjoy kayaking, rafting, hiking, walking, camping and fishing. I don’t know how to downhill ski but I enjoy cross country skiing, tubing snowmobiling or making snowmen. I enjoy the simple things as well, visiting friends, museums, dinner and a movie or just talking and relaxing!
I want to find someone that cares for others and much as they care about themselves. Someone that’s not too proud to help out with cooking, cleaning or doing other “women’s work.” I’d like someone that will listen if I’ve had a stressful day and understands if things happen and plans change at the last minute. I want someone that is financially stable and can live within their means. Most of all, I’d like a friend that individually we are ourselves and together we can complement one another.