I was on this site about a year ago and had mixed feelings about the experience but mainly because I wasn't ready to start dating after the end of my marriage. Since then I have realized one important thing: I will be ready to date when I am not doing it to cure loneliness but because I truly have something to offer another person. During this past year, with the help of some amazing friends and family, I have worked hard on finding out what I want from life and subsequently made some changes. The biggest of these changes is that at 36 I decided to go back to school. I am getting my Master in Education and I am planning to teach high school Biology. This is something I have always wanted to do and I’m not old but I’m not getting any younger so why the hell not!
I am content and confident on my own but I am also ready to give dating and relationships another try. I feel like I'm in a really great place in my life and ready to consider sharing my life with someone special. Someone with similar interests and not so similar interests that they can share with me. I want to meet someone that I can spend my free time with getting to know and doing a lot of fun stuff together. That's the best part, right?!
I am a very down-to-earth, fun girl who enjoys going out for drinks with friends, a nice dinner, or to just grab a burger and a pint. But every now and then there is nothing better than staying in, cooking a good meal, and curling up on the couch with a movie.
I try to stay active (running, skiing, swimming, yoga etc.) and would like to find someone that enjoys the same and will encourage me to push myself and try new things. That being said, I don't necessarily like people that are obsessive about working out...to me that's just not fun. I am looking for someone that is more outdoorsy (Is that even a word?)... I would much rather out go for a run, a hike, or ski than go to the gym. If this sounds like you, send me an email!