I am a UF grad and owner of a web design company. I also tutor high school students. I am well rounded, with a knack for creativity, yet the organizational skills of a serious type-A personality. I am very even-keeled. I never yell, and most of the time I'm not even phased by people. I always have music playing while I'm working, lots of country but a little bit of everything. Family is the most important thing in my life and I hope to start a family of my own someday. I can't live without coffee. I enjoy going to the movies and the beach, and I love shopping (especially for a good deal). I'm a late night owl. I am fairly certain that given a cape and a nice tiara, I could save the world. Also, I use a wheelchair. Please put aside any preconception of a sad, deformed or drooling girl in a wheelchair. If I drool, it’s over a good dessert or perhaps on my pillow at night. Despite having legs that are weak (though nicely formed, if I do say so myself), I am more independent and low maintenance than most of my able-bodied friends. You’ll need to hold doors for me and drive my car, but I’m looking for a man who would do those things regardless of my wheelchair. So, if you are a gentleman who prefers brunettes, step right up and I will do the same. Metaphorically speaking, of course.
What else am I looking for in a man? Someone that makes me laugh and laughs at me. A man that is responsible and reliable, and has a good job, preferably one that he enjoys. I want a man with a plan, yet knows how to be spontaneous and have fun. I want a man who knows how to mingle at a party but can also sit in a corner with me quietly mocking people. I want a chivalrous man, one who opens doors for ladies and says ma'am and sir. I want someone who sings as loudly (but preferably not as badly) as me. I want someone who makes me feel special. Most importantly, I want a man that will be a good husband and father, that I could spend the next 60 years with and never get enough of.