I have a 3-year-old daughter. I have 4 tattoos and fully intend to get a lot more. My next one will probably be a hula-dancing manatee. I'm passionate about the things I care about and believe in, but not to the point of being fanatical. I lean pretty far to the left but not so far that I'm falling over. I firmly believe that although attraction is based on first impressions, looks only go so far. To have a conversation that's more than 2 sentences, you have to have the right personality. My ideal boyfriend would be someone who is open minded, intelligent, funny (doesn't get offended easily), isn't afraid to be weird or goofy, confident but not cocky, someone who can be my best friend AND boyfriend. I would have to be physically attracted to him, but that doesn't mean he has to be joe six-pack. I want someone who genuinely appreciates me for me, who thinks that I really AM the best, and that they aren't just "settling." I will not settle, and neither should you. If you find yourself thinking "well, she's better than nothing", then we aren't right for each other. Vice versa, I wouldn't do that to you either, because everyone deserves to be with someone who genuinely WANTS to be with them.
I'm claustrophobic but only in my feet. I have tinnitus (constant ringing in my ears) so it basically sounds like crickets are all around me at all times. I absolutely positively cannot touch, look at, listen to, or be within reaching distance of cotton balls. I can't even think about them. Even now as I type this, I am humming a song in my head to keep myself from vomiting at the thought of cotton. I watch tv with the captions on. I always separate my skittles by color and eat them in order to make it so I have the same number of each. i have an unhealthy relationship with sharpies, despite not really having a genuine need for them. I don't like country music, except for the occasional pop single (like certain taylor swift songs, another shameful admission.) I have a truly sick thing for fran drescher. I'm a cancer survivor. I am ashamed to say I enjoy the Twilight series... please don't judge me, it's so difficult to be a chick in this society without getting swept up in vampiremania (although I definitely prefer zombies to vamps, especially wimpy "vegetarian" sparkly vampires.)