How do you begin one of these intros? Who am? I am a fiesty redhead, get along with just about everyone, love fiercely, enjoy joking around, cherish my sarcasm, am comfortable dressing up and dressing down, am loyal and giving to a fault. I am an ex-NASA engineer turned teacher. I lucked out teaching high school astronomy. I have had to teach myself the entire subject, and its awesome! I love looking out at the Sun with a solar filter and Venus and Jupiter at night.I love the outdoors and travel. I prefer lush forests and flowing water. Love the northwest. Spent a couple weeks in Montana last summer and never wanted to leave Glacier National Park. Even if I can't be those places, I spend a lot of time working in my yard, I find it very zen to be outdoors. I've been to Scotland, Italy, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Mexico. I have a large list of places I still want to see. I have two grown boys, one still at home...for now. It's hard growing up and figuring 'what you want to be'. I adore animals, have three dogs and a cat at the moment. Trying to get involved in Make a Wish right now after a nephew battled and won leukemia. I'd like to give back. I'm interested in starting over but not in a rush, just want to meet a good guy to spend time with. I need me time! Not looking for one night stands or to rush anything, but I'm a very passionate and sensual person who wants the right someone around.
What am I looking for? A guy who knows how to be a guy and let me be a girl! I raised two sons, mostly alone and always had to be all. I do all the guy stuff and don't mind but would like a guy who can do those things with me. I like to work in the yard and build things and fix things and work on cars. But this time around I want a guy capable of that. Tall order? Lol. No, I don't want someone to 'take care of me', I can do that. But I want someone to compliment me, be my partner. I want passion. And I'll be honest, I need that aspect.
Anyway, I'm into a no pressure relationship. I want someone capable of being himself and doing his thing. And let me be myself and do my thing. But at the same time, be able to be a couple and do our thing. I think that makes sense. No clinging from either side is healthy to me. :)