Describing yourself is hard to do. But I will give it my best shot!
They say the people you surround yourself with says a lot about you. I think they are right :-) When I look at my closest friends (quality not quantity) I can honestly say I am pretty lucky. I have a great group of friends who are always there, no matter what.
I think my closest friends would describe me as trustworthy, supportive, sincere, caring, funny, silly, a jokester, always ready for a talk, a good laugh, an adventure, or just to hang out. They would also say I am a survivor and a fighter, because when I put my mind to it... I can overcome just about anything!
I would say: I love to laugh... I love my family more than anything in the world, my friends and my dog. My dog is an important part of my life... I love to go to the park, the beach, hiking, camping, spending time outdoors, working on the house, reading, watching tv and movies, traveling, taking pictures, cooking, vegging out. I enjoy all these things.... but more so when sharing these adventures with my family and friends.
I enjoy everyday... and am thankful for all that I have. I have worked hard to get where I am today, and for all that I have accomplished and earned.
I have worked in the same career for 16 years, and usually see the worst in people, so I make a point to be thankful everyday for what I have worked so hard for, and been blessed with. That being said.... I love what I do. It isn't the most glamorous job, but I love it.
I am not into the bar scene and with my line of work... it makes it hard to meet people... so I thought I would give this a try and see how it goes.
I am an independent person. I am not looking for someone to take care of me, I can do that... I am looking for someone to share it all with. I think the best things in life are even better when shared with the ones you love.
My happiness comes from making others happy. I go out of my way to do small things for the important people in my life. It's the little details. My favorite thing is to see 'that look' in someone's eye when they realize the gesture had thought behind it.
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