OK, there seems to be some confusion out there, so I thought I'd help out. "Divorced" means: 1) you no longer live with a spouse, 2)you have not only filed the papers, but you've also actually received a document stating that you are officially no longer married. 3) You are over your ex and ready to move on. If this describes you, read on! Also, I should add that if you meet all 3 of these criteria please keep in mind that I am NOT your ex wife...I promise! Even if I share one of her opinions on things, or at some point even do something that reminds you of her, I am not her (unless you actually are my ex-husband).
Me in a nutshell. I LOVE my 2 shaggy pups, Starbucks coffee (venti, non-fat latte) and snowy weather. I enjoy any activity outdoors, especially anything that involves being on the water. I love to read (chick lit), go to movies, shop, hang out with friends, talk, and go to the theater to see plays and musicals, but NOT ballet! I'm told I have a great sense of humor, but you will only think so if you understand (and appreciate) sarcasm...I can dish it out AND take it.
I am a recruiter for a high-end department store and I love what I do. I seem to be great at recruiting employees but apparently not so good at recruiting a partner for myself (go figure!) so far.
I am a member of The Women's Chorus of Dallas (I can carry a tune) and I am spontaneous but responsible. I love to have fun (duh, who doesn't?) and to make others laugh. My favorite thing about myself is my sense of humor. Also, I learned something else about myself while doing my profile and that is that I apparently, talk in parenthesis!
I like to have deep and meaningful conversations at times, and sometimes I like to talk about things like what happened on the most recent episode of Grey's Anatomy or Modern Family (AWESOME SHOWS).
My match should be above all honest and trustworthy, and a great sense of humor is an absolute must! I am looking for someone who makes me laugh so hard, I can't catch my breath and every time I leave him, I can't wait to see him again. I need someone who is a COMMUNICATOR...the phrase "I don't want to talk about it" doesn't fly with me. I want someone who will truly be my partner--there for me when I need him, able to lean on me when he needs help. He should love his mother, but not in that scary Norman Bates kind of way, and treat her with respect at all times. Basically, I want someone I have fun with and trust, someone with whom I have passion and cliche as it sounds, someone who is my best friend.