Secondly, the question I first look at above all others is "Should evolution and creationism be taught side-by-side in school?" When answered in the affirmative, this is IMO, by far the MOST telling of questions. It gives SO MUCH insight into one's views on science, what the word "America" means to you, child-rearing, critical thinking, value for society and general decision making. I don't come to my conclusions lazily - and I honestly just could not have respect for a mind that would promote such nonsense.
With that said, ...
I moved to SC from Pittsburgh three years ago. Climate was a high priority to me at the time, but I didn't realize just how difficult it would be finding suitable romantic prospects in this area with whom I could actually consider lasting partnership. I've always known I was choosing from the wading pool, but with this move, I am inclined to believe I'm in a jacuzzi.
With me there is always a handful of projects ongoing. I thrive on being inspired and supported. I am not afraid of hard physical or mentally demanding work. You'll find me to be an analytical and deep thinker. I don't "try" to be, I just am. If you are too, you'll know exactly what I mean. I am a natural skeptic and I question everything and I'm driven to find solutions. I am not above compromise and will frequently take the short end of the stick just to move beyond something.
I generally like most people I meet and they generally like me. Being a very social person comes naturally to me. I have a wide net of friends from various political, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds, BUT that doesn't mean I want to feel their breath on my neck for the foreseeable future. My man will enjoy stimulating conversation, have similar political ideologies and subscribe to no religious, magical or superstitious views. I want a real man grounded in the real world.
I am the mother of two adult children and an nine year old son that I adopted as a single woman. I prefer men that are selfless,and polite. Gentlemen that understand what it means to be concerned with things beyond their personal interests.