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Dragonslostgirl

39 Edmonton, Alberta, CA Woman

Woman

I’m looking for

  • Men who like women
  • Ages 27–47
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 4:45pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 2″ (1.57m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Other
Sign
Aquarius, and it’s fun to think about
Education
High school
Job
Other
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Has kids
Pets
Has dogs and has cats
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Im new here and wouldnt mind getting to know a few of you
i do have pics and will share but in time
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Im shy at first but when you get to know me Im outgoing and fun
I do like to share whats on my mind
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
BOOK: Fifty Shades
MOVIE: Many
SHOWS: Many
MUSIC: I listen to everything
FOOD: Pizza
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My Family / Grandson
My Pets
My Cell
The Bush and Hunting
My Teddy Bear
My Eyeliner
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Life
My family
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I love to sit and watch a good movie or going out
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I hate drinking water
You should message me if
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Awakening

A time comes in your life when you finally get it...when, in the midst
of all your fears and insanity, you stop dead in your tracks and
somewhere the voice inside your head cries out - ENOUGH! Enough fighting and crying
or struggling to hold on.

Your tears begin to subside, you shudder once or twice; you blink back
your tears and begin to look at the world through new eyes. This is your
awakening. You realize it's time to stop hoping and waiting for something
to change...or for happiness, safety and security to come galloping over the
next horizon.

You come to terms with the fact that neither of you is Prince Charming or
Cinderella and that in the real world there aren't always fairy tale
endings (or beginnings for that matter) and that any guarantee of "happily ever
after" must begin with you...and in the process a sense of serenity is born
of acceptance.

You awaken to the fact that you are not perfect and that not everyone
will always love, appreciate or approve of who or what you are ... and that's OK.
They are entitled to their own views and opinions. And you learn the
importance of loving and championing yourself...and in the process a sense
of newfound confidence is born of self-approval.

You stop complaining and blaming other people for the things they did to
you (or didn't do for you) and you learn that the only thing you can really
count on is the unexpected.

You learn that people don't always say what they mean or mean what
they say and that not everyone will always be there for you and that its
not always about you.

So, you learn to stand on your own and to take care of yourself...and in
the process a sense of safety and security is born of self-reliance.
You stop judging and pointing fingers and you begin to accept people as
they are and to overlook their shortcomings and human frailties and in the
process a sense of peace and contentment is born of forgiveness.

You realize that much of the way you view yourself, and the world around
you, is as a result of all the messages and opinions that have been
ingrained into your psyche.
And you begin to sift through all the junk you've been fed about how you
should behave, how you should look, how much you should weigh, what you
should wear, what you should do for a living, how much money you should
make, what you should drive, how and where you should live, who you should marry,
the importance of having and raising children, and what you owe your
parents, family, and friends.

You learn to open up to new worlds and different points of view. And you
begin reassessing and redefining who you are and what you really stand for.
You learn the difference between wanting and needing and you begin to
discard the doctrines and values you've outgrown, or should never have bought into
to begin with ... and in the process you learn to go with your instincts.

You learn that it is truly in giving that we receive. And that there
is power and glory in creating and contributing and you stop maneuvering
through life merely as a "consumer" looking for your next fix.

You learn that principles such as honesty and integrity are not the
outdated ideals of a bygone era but the mortar that holds together the
foundation upon which you must build a life.

You learn that you don't know everything, it's not your job to save the
world and that you can't teach a pig to sing. You learn to distinguish
between guilt and responsibility and the importance of setting boundaries
and learning to say NO.
You learn that the only cross to bear is the one you choose to carry
and that martyrs get burned at the stake.

Then you learn about love. How to love, how much to give in love, when to
stop giving and when to walk away. You learn to look at relationships as
they really are and not as you would have them be. You stop trying to control
people, situations and outcomes. And you learn that alone does not mean
lonely.

You also stop working so hard at putting your feelings side, smoothing
things over and ignoring your needs. You learn that feelings of entitlement
are perfectly OK....and that it is your right to want things and to ask for
the things you want ... and that sometimes it is necessary to make demands.
You come to the realization that you deserve to be treated with love,
kindness, sensitivity and respect and you won't settle for less.

And you learn that your body really is your temple. And you begin to
care for it and treat it with respect. You begin to eat a balanced diet,
drink more water, and take more time to exercise. You learn that being
tired fuels doubt, fear, and uncertainty and so you take more time to rest.

And, just as food fuels the body, laughter fuels our soul. So you take
more time to laugh and to play. You learn that, for the most part, you get
in life what you believe you deserve...and that much of life truly is a
self-fulfilling prophecy.
You learn that anything worth achieving is worth working for and that
wishing for something to happen is different from working toward making it
happen. More importantly, you learn that in order to achieve success you
need direction, discipline and perseverance.

You also learn that no one can do it all alone...and that it's OK to
risk asking for help. You learn the only thing you must truly fear is the
greatest robber baron of all: FEAR itself. You learn to step right into and
through your fears because you know that whatever happens you can handle it
and to give in to fear is to give away the right to live life on your own
terms.

And you learn to fight for your life and not to squander it living under a
cloud of impending doom. You learn that life isn't always fair, you don't
always get what you think you deserve and that sometimes bad things happen
to unsuspecting, good people. On these occasions you learn not to personalize
things. You learn that God isn't punishing you or failing to answer your
prayers. It's just life happening.

And you learn to deal with evil in its most primal state -- the Ego. You
learn that negative feelings such as anger, envy and resentment must be
understood and redirected or they will suffocate the life out of you and
poison the universe that surrounds you. You learn to admit when you are
wrong and to build bridges instead of walls.

You learn to be thankful and to take comfort in many of the simple
things we take for granted, things that millions of people upon the earth
can only dream about: a full refrigerator, clean running water, a soft warm
bed, a long hot shower. Slowly, you begin to take responsibility for
yourself by yourself and you make yourself a promise to never betray yourself and to
never, ever settle for less than your heart's desire.

And you hang a wind chime outside your window so you can listen to the
wind. And you make it a point to keep smiling, to keep trusting, and to
stay open to every wonderful possibility.
Finally, with courage in your heart and God by your side you take a
stand, you take a deep breath, and you begin to design the life you want
to live as best you can.