I am single mom with a passion for living life and I am a strong, opinionated, outgoing and driven woman but has learned to show her vulnerability and take chances in life. I believe in trust, communication, and integrity in a relationship. I am a very blessed woman with a daughter, family, friends, good health physically and emotionally, a wonderful career/business, and lots of interests. I have found an inner resilence within myself after facing many challenges in life.I am my own person and not looking for a companion for status, or to complete me but want a friend and lover. I am looking for a companion who knows who he is as a person, compassionate, loving, fun, who wants to inspire himself as well as others, who shares a spirtual connection, and enjoys life to the fullest. I am not looking for a "date," every Friday/Saturday night and I don't go out to bars to"hook up," with someone,Except i have my wonderful and loving partner i have to do there with together. I am a one man woman and want to HAVE A RELATIONSHIP THAT IS TRUE!I enjoy being outside. Snowboarding, hiking, biking, traveling, cooking, falling asleep watching movies and I am not a "gold-digger," "a stalker," "a pathological liar," or a "pyschological unstable person." I have no hidden agendas either and I don't play mind games!
My Perfect First Date
I guess the obvious
> answer would be "Mrs. Right". However, to be "Mrs. Right" for me, one would have to be a generally good person. That doesn't mean that you can't have ever done anything wrong, because that doesn't determine how good a person you are. I'd like to say that looks don't matter, and to some extent they don't because beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And no matter how pretty a package is, if there's a rotten egg on the inside, it still stinks. But, again, the biggest thing would be you would have to accept my Daughter, just like she is. Don't try to change her because that's not accepting them. But,She is the key to my heart. If a man can juggle keeping my Daughter generally happy and me happy, then he's a shoe-in. But, where I go, she too must be welcome.