I'm finding myself in a great, flirty place lately. You should get in on it! :-)
I find myself among the few who have made it to my thirties with at least most of my girlish fairy-tale naivety intact. I truly hold this dear. I know that I live in a cynical world, and it seems more 'logical' to just be jaded and stop expecting to be swept off my feet. But, I love being someone's feet-sweeper-offer, and I know there are those who still want this. I feel like I would rather have a broken heart on my sleeve than a guarded one in my chest.
The idea of being emotionally aware and available to others is the part of life that I am most given to working on. I will feel like a success in life if I have loved myself and those around me as well as I possibly can.
For those interested in Meyers-Briggs results, I typically score ENFP (strongly NF.) I am caring, empathetic artistic, intellectual, kind, and sensitive. I laugh often, and am not easily bothered. Why sweat the small stuff?
I am polyamorous, and believe that love and joy are abundant and not diminished by being shared broadly. The fact is, I have TONS of love to give, and take great joy in handing out copious amounts of it to all in need.
I really do LOVE being me, and I love sharing what I have with those close to me! I am also a person who tries to find something to love about everything and everyone. I am almost always successful at this ;)
I am a stay-at-home mom, but I have enjoyed other interesting vocations over the years. I have a knack for specialty retail management, and have spent most of my working years doing that. I have also taken up hobby businesses including tattoo artistry, jewelry making, and interior design. The best job I have ever had, though, was working at Disneyland. That was a blast!
I am very much a 'giver' in a relationship, and I resolve conflict without confrontation. I have no reason to be angry about the very normal and healthy condition of someone thinking differently. I value the chance to see a new perspective, and am always open to changing my view, if it seems there is a better way.