Simply put- I have a young mind with an old soul.
And here goes the longer version:
The things I enjoy in life are simple yet meaningful. When I don't do the routine mundane things (which I also enjoy very much), you'll find me either drawing, painting, writing, designing, reading magazines with my morning coffee, meditating or simply looking out the window at the beautiful skies... Unless it's a gloomy day in which case you'll find me watching the latest comedy series on Netflix (how I met your mother was really good!), which isn't as meaningful but also great.
I like antique shopping and as sad as it is to even think it, not to mention write it, I look for pieces that remind me of my childhood and the simpler things in life. For example, on one of my recent trips to Queen West, I picked up a flour sifter that reminded me watching my beautiful grandmother as she made her amazing chalah on Fridays from scratch (I would give almost anything to have that chala on Shabbat again).
I still to this day think that the best way to bring people together is to share a meal which is why often you'll find me in my kitchen whipping up delicious (if I may say so myself) meals for my closest friends and family.
I think that family is extremely important and have a very close relationship with mine, even though they live miles away.
I have a great job that I love, good friends, I study part time because it's always good to learn new things, a theatre membership, lovely home and I really am happy, for the most part, with where things are in life.
And then, of course, there's my daughter, who words can't even begin to describe what she means to me. She is the most special creature I've ever known and though only 3 years old, she is incredibly intelligent, smart, gorgeous, special, amazing, caring, compassionate, loving little girl. She truly is my sunshine. Being a mother to her is the most important thing in my life.
So why am I here?
I've seen it, I know it, and I wholeheartedly believe that true love is out there for me too. I'm not interested in "dating" endlessly and feeling like I'm being interviewed for a job, I'm not interested in meeting you for a 20 minute coffee to "see how things go". I'm looking for love. I'm looking for that tingly feeling all over my body when we touch, the instant blushing when you look deep into my eyes in search for my soul, the feeling of never wanting the night to end.
I'm simply looking for my happily ever after.
And if there's anything else you'd like to know, by all means, ask :)