Are we having fun yet? It feels sort of like when a bunch of people who don't know each other get into an elevator together. Should we say something witty or just stare at the panel and try to figure out what lies beyond the numbers.
What would my friends say about me? I am attractive, loyal, generous, have a good heart, courageous, understanding, truthful but not to a fault, skilled at banter, fashion forward but no slave to it, smart, and educated. I don't just say I appreciate a good sense of humor, I practice it too. I think a good lighthearted chuckle can be as fun as a body-shaking laugh. It is all part of life's spectrum.
I have recently moved back to western New York after a couple of decades in the downstate Hudson Valley region. I grew up here so I still say pop instead of soda and remember when the Bills...were all that...and the fans still are. Found a cute house in a cute neighborhood in a cute town and contentment after a crazy couple of years. I am Mom to three wonderful children with my daughter and oldest son in early 20's and for the most part living on their own in college with drive-by visits. My youngest son is in high school and lives with me full-time. He and our dog are a tight two-some, both very sweet and pretty much they just hang out. It is simply time for me now, single again, and looking for someone that understands that a real connection happens on all pistons - the intellectual, spiritual, emotional and physical. Perplexed by the don't want drama comment I see on profiles as who does? It is like saying they don't want to pay more in taxes. Who does? No one wants someone crying at the drop of a hat but cars break down and people get sick and being there to help out is well, life. I believe in a I've got your back and a spirit of mutuality in both friendships and relationships.
I think that I will get off on this floor now.