I'm finally to the point in life where I actually want a relationship. I've just finished by second year at the University of Cincinnati (Go Bearcats!) where I'm studying to become an elementary school teacher. I'm a huge football and basketball fan, and friends and I get season tickets every year to watch our Bearcats play at home. The fall is my favorite time of year for the simple fact that Friday and Saturday nights are spent at the stadium being in the crowd, and Sundays are spend with the family watching our team on t.v.
I'm a very happy person with a positive outlook on life and I'm looking for someone to share that with. I love to try new things and I can never say no to a challenge.I'm very outgoing, but I tend to be a bit shy in situations where I'm faced with a lot of new people at once. After I warm up a bit I love to meet new people and make new friends. I can hold a conversation with anybody, there's rarely the awkward silences when I'm around. I'm very humble in all aspects of my life, and though I am very proud of myself and my accomplishments, I don't like broadcasting it to the world.
I want to find a guy that can make me happy. I want to find someone who can make me smile and laugh. I'd like to find a guy who can get along with my friends, a guy who can take me out or keep me in and hang out on the couch. I want a guy who wants to get to know me for me without any pretenses and someone who I can get to know and possibly build something serious with. I want to be able to learn things from someone and be able to teach them things that they don't know. I want someone to take me on adventures and do things we've never done before. I just want a guy who can make me happy and who I can enjoy spending time with. I'm trying to be more active now that school's over and I have more time, and it'd be nice to find someone to spend time outdoors being active with so I'd enjoy it more.
I'd call myself a hopeless romantic, I'm always a sucker for the sappy love story and happy ending. But then again, who doesn't love a happy ending?