I take my work seriously, but never myself. Simultaneously I am talkative and coy. My friends and family are the center of my universe. I'll drop everything to attend a simcha or a shiva. I've even threatened to quit my job to attend a funeral. My family is huge, I am the product of a great village and love knowing so many incredible people have my back no matter what.
The oldest and smallest of four, I can take a hit just as well as I can give one. I love to laugh, especially at bad jokes and I love reading really bad novels (whats better on a Shabbat afternoon than sitting out in the sun with a good book?!) and watching Patriots football. I'm competitive- if you beat me at Bananagrams, you win major props!
I try to take a healthy confidence to each new task that challenges me.
I'm looking to learn and grow and I want to be with someone willing to do the same. I can spend hours talking about politics and current events - I'm a total political junkie. I work full time, go to school at night and attend shiurim on my nights off. I thrive off a full schedule, but I always have time for those who need help, support or just an ear to listen.
Most days I still can't believe that I ended up working in finance and I love my work. But my job is only what I do, it is not who I am as a person, nor does not solely define me.
I want a big family and to be active in my community. I want my door to always be open, the way it was growing up in my parents house - you know that one house all the neighborhood kids could be found in on Shabbat afternoon.