i love to laugh and to make my friends laugh; it's my favorite thing. i enjoy television, don't judge me. i think it's amazing. sitcom writing is my new hobby. i'm happy, friendly and easy to talk to from what I've been told.
i graduated from Regis University in 2011 with a B.A. in Sociology and now I have no idea what I want to do. I've been thinking about going back to study counseling, but I've also been trying to figure out that "passion" thing that everyone has been talking about. I do know that what I enjoy most is entertaining and being entertained. Living the life of Shonda Rhimes (creator of Grey's Anatomy) would be nice. I would love for someone to love and hate me as much as I do her. Hahaha! So I've been working on my writing from time to time just really have no idea how to get my foot in the door of sitcom writing, so I'll just continue to brainstorm and build a foundation for now.
I do miss college. Hated high school so thank God college was better. The best part was my semester abroad. Living in London for 6 months was amazing. All the musicals, and history, and riding the tube! I loved it! Sometimes think of venturing back to get my master's.. like i said i just don't know right now. But the good thing is, it's not like i feel like I'm stuck in neutral. I'm planning so that makes me feel good, even though I don't necessarily know what for, being prepared is always good.
More stuff about me: I am kind hearted, trusting and compassionate. I enjoying giving back. I'm very random. I like to ask random questions and I enjoy answering random questions as well. One of my favorite movies is When Harry Met Sally. I seriously watch it once a month on average (and now that I mention it, I will play it now for background noise :-)) I like to listen. I'm observant of people. I like to have random fun, which doesn't always mean going out. I like board games with my friends and wine too.
What I would like from YOU: I am on here looking for a relationship. I don't want to say I'm looking for friends, because I'm not. I'm not expecting the person I meet to be my husband but I do want something more than friends with benefits or a pseudo relationship. I want someone who is attentive and caring and all the other positive things that all women want. But mostly someone that is real.