My career is important as it allows me the opportunity to provide quality education for my children but it does not define who I am. At the end of each day, if you can look in the mirror and like who you see, you're probably on the right path. Spending time away from work with family is important and I look forward to all the associated events. My most memorable moments have involved family vacations, mostly with my kids. They are 23, 21 and 17. My sons are away at college, they are loving life.
Nights and weekends are desired to be spent with an intelligent, honest, outgoing and spontaneous woman. And a quiet night at home with a bottle of wine, dvd and great conversation are awesome. Or even a long walk or hike in a local area. I love to travel, go to concerts, dancing and dinners.
I have lived on So. Cal. my entire life and love the diversity. Where else can you go to the mountains and snowboard in the day and enjoy the sunset over the Pacific in the evening on the same day.
Laughter is incredibly important. We have one life to live and should spend each moment enjoying life...if only it were this simple.
Karma is important, happiness is usually bestowed upon those who act selflessly and care for others. It is my hope to continue to develop into this type of person. You should be able to give what you wish to receive.
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