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A little about me...
For those who never read past the first lines, please read the last section if I don't respond to you. Thanks!
A little about me... I am a fun-loving, hard-working woman. I am devoted, supportive, touchy-feely. I love to laugh, have fun, discover. I consider myself on the classy side with a tender heart.
I have reinvented myself over the past eight years. My faith is very important to me. Outside of that realm, I'm not being true to myself. My children and grandkids are the loves of my life. After the loss of my husband nine years ago and the graduation of my sons, I became a realtor and worked in that industry for three years. I still inactively hang on to that license (you never know). Three years ago I completed cosmetology school and continue to learn. After all, when you learn a new trade in your 50's, you have to make up for lost time! :) I visit kids/grandkids as often as possible.
It seems that most of us know what we are looking for. As a result, after a few emails, I usually prefer to meet over coffee early in the process and settle the chemistry question. Unfortunately it really is somewhat of an interview process but then life can return to normal and the fun can begin!
About the one I'm looking for...
I want a man whose faith and children are very important to him as well. I have discovered that regardless of other common interests and initial chemistry, at the end of the day the "soulmate" issue just doesn't happen if the faith issue is not common.
There are many attributes that in combination make a man attractive to me. I appreciate and respect a man that has a zest for life, a positive attitude, fun-loving, responsible, kind. I'm attracted to intelligent men. If he happens to have a suit on in one of his photos, that's nice. (I know, not everyone owns a suit in Austin...)
During the dating phase of a relationship, it's best to find the most compatible person, and seriously weigh whether one could live with the incompatibilities. Once two people marry, it's best to overlook the incompatibilities, respect the differences, encourage the strengths, make the most of the commonalities, and always look for ways to encourage the other and stoke the fire. Quick to listen, slow to speak, slow to anger.
I'd just like to add...
If I don't respond, please don't be upset.
It might be because:
• You have no photo. You are covered with a hat and sunglasses. You might not have clicked if I had no photo.
• You clicked a button / flirts / likes / favorites / etc. = takes no effort. The burden of conversation falls on me to initiate. If a man wants to have a dialogue, it's nice for him to prime the pump. If you don't write, I probably won't answer.
• You have a short profile and ask if I'm interested in getting to know you.
• You smoke, now, or in recent past.
• You fib a little about your age or say it doesn't matter.
• Your faith is not important to you or you criticize me for having faith.
• You're married (legally separated = married).
• You're 10 years younger. I am not a cougar.
• You're 10 years older.
• You think I'm a prick or a snob for having made this list.
Life's short and we're all looking for that ONE. Let's be kind in the process. Blessings!
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