First, I would like to thank you for clicking on and reading my profile. This "self-description" section is going to be very difficult because if and when you get to know me better, you will hopefully discover that I'm an extremely modest person and that I dislike talking about myself in this fashion. My friends would probably describe me as being extremely respectful, loyal and caring towards everyone - I'm a very much of a yes sir/ma'am type-of-person who consciously tries to treat people the way I would want to be treated under the same conditions. I enjoy traveling, working-out, playing/watching most sports (love college football), dancing/going-out, relaxing at home watching a movie or working on a project for my new home. I like and appreciate all types of music but especially LOVE any music that makes me dance, whether it be fast and energizing (dance/pop) or slow and romantic (country, love songs); Romantic comedies are my favorite type of movie. In conclusion, I think Nicholas Cage's character in the movie "It could happen to you" best describes how I live and think in everyday life. Again, I appreciate your time in reading my words - thanks!!
What I am looking for? It's one of the biggest questions that everyone has to answer sometime in their lives. I'm definitely a giver by nature (I don't accept gifts as well I would like, but I'm working on it), but I don't appreciate being taken for GRANTED - I consider it to be extremely inconsiderate and disrespectful. I'm looking for a non-smoking woman who doesn't mind getting dirty while biking/hiking or just working outside, and who likes hanging out watching college football or sports on the weekend. A HUGE negative is when a woman thinks she's better than everyone around her because of her physical attributes and/or tangible possessions. I love it when a lady is genuine and considerate to all types of people and who's not sarcastic or close-minded. If you like to laugh, cry, cuddle, go-out, dance and are looking for your best friend, then maybe you should give me a shout. I hope to hear from you soon!!
JOKE OF THE WEEK: At what age do you tell a highway it was adopted? I think around seven, because that's about when they start thinking, "I don't look like the Kiwanis Club." - Zach Galifianakis