If you can tell me what that quote is from, you're already off to a fantastic start!
If you don't have at least one picture of you smiling, don't bother sending me anything on here. You look like a murderer or at least someone who takes themselves WAAAAY too seriously.
As for me, I'm just a silly, native Brooklynite (minus the God awful accent!) who is trying this on for size. I've reached a place in my life where I've become so sure about who am and what I want, I'm excited by all that life has to offer. Leaving all the ambiguity of my 20s in the dust feels amazing! So what am I looking for on here? A handsome guy who will challenge me, romance me, make me feel like the only girl on earth who matters, make me laugh so hard I cry, and open my eyes to things in life and the world that I never knew before. I want a friend. I think that's a great place to start. Let's see where it goes from there? :)
Let's see. What else can I tell you?
Everyone says I look at lot taller than I am.
I've never dyed my hair, but every year or two I cut it off and give it to charity (why my hair is different in all my pictures. It's currently long btw).
I'm a dramaturg - feel free to google that!
I watch the Westminster Dog Show like its the Super Bowl.
I'm a singer/songwriter.
I'm a descendent of Charlemagne. I really want to meet my French relatives one of these days
I'm still kind of afraid of the dark.
I love my family more than anything.
I'm an intensely clutzy person but a dynamite dancer!
I cry every time I watch "Dumbo."
I love talking to strangers. It's amazing I haven't been kidnapped.
I wish unicorns were real.
I'm a Mets fan. Sigh...
I have a hardcore crush on Brian Williams.
I'm mildly dyslexic and thusly an atrocious speller. (I spell checked that)
My favorite type of movies are historical dramas. If there are british accents and costumes, I'm in.
Currently obsessed with Game of Thrones (see above)
Went to Catholic school for 10 years. Yeah that didn't work out.
I don't use the word hate and if I do, I immediately feel guilty. I think it's an awful word.
I'm intensely proud of my Brooklyn upbringing.
Anything else you want to know, just ask!!