Hard to talk about yourself huh...well here goes it.
I like to consider myself to be an ambitious, outgoing, dependable, loyal, spontaneous, compassionate, funny, sincere and different. I also would say that I am old fashioned and believe a woman should be treated wonderfully and with respect. Very much like a lady and cherished. I grew up outside of Philadelphia in West Chester, went to a small Quaker school (have some Quaker beliefs but not religious) and then went to college up in Rhode Island. Lived in Philadelphia for two years then moved back to West Chester. High school and schooling before have given me a very close group of friends whom I still see often but am restless to broaden my friend circle. With work being the way it is and having three different jobs its hard to meet someone. Also the whole bar scene, although an enjoyable night, is hard to really meet someone and get to know them. Also, might be on the corny side, its built in nothing I can do. I love the outdoors and everything about it. Walks, parks, beaches, mountains, streams, rivers, lakes you name it and I enjoy it. I try to be outside as much as I can!
I enjoy and am looking for someone who is all the characteristics listed above and all the ones I forgot. Someone who will treat me with respect and not take advantage of my nice guy heart. A person who will listen when I have a bad day and also who will give their opinion when I need help. Someone with the attitude of a glass half full and not half empty. I want in dept conversations over a fire with wine and spontaneity of anything. There needs to be a chemistry and a passion. Lots of good hugs and an unlimited range of kisses. I am looking for someone who is confident in themselves and not embarrassed to be who they are, as well as supportive of who I am and not looking to change me. A person who wants to go out and do something totally new but also doesn't mind staying in and having a great cooked meal, by me :)........
There is so much more to say so if you would like talk with me, feel free
something i try to keep in mind,
"life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, martini in the other, body throughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!"