I am a positive person with a (sometimes dry) sense of humor. I’m looking for a fellow optimist, someone who believes he matters and would like to share life's journey.
I’m a socially conscious person who considers herself a world citizen first, a U.S. citizen second. I enjoy being active, especially swimming and biking. I look forward to being a parent and am confident I will be a great mom.
My hope/expectation is that we are approximately the same age.
Think we might be a match? Please send me a message. Thanks!
I'm in the process of editing my very first novel.
I anticipate becoming a mom in the coming year. My plan is to adopt via Minnesota Waiting Children.
In addition to more typical U.S. movies, I have a soft spot Bollywood. "Lagaan" is great, "Peck on the Cheek" remains a favorite. (No worries, whatsoever, if you've never seen an Indian film.)
I like many varieties of ethnic cuisine. I enjoy cooking and hosting meals - my menus tend to favor vegetarian options.
While I watch very little t.v., it did play an interesting role in my work life in 2012.
1) How can OkCupid rank someone as a 97% match for me when it's clear from just a couple of basic questions that the potential is actually much more likely 0%?
2) How can one convince the people who send messages without first reading a profile not to bother?
I think about balance (work-life balance is a personal challenge).
I think about the problems of the world (MPR news junky).
I think about people who have touched my life.
I think about the experience of getting older.
I think about the future.
I think about what’s for dinner.
I think about who you might be (and how to find you!).
You have a good joke you'd like to share or a burning question you would like to ask.
You're willing to offer some creative/constructive advice regarding my profile.
You think we'd be a great fit for testing out Arthur Aron's 36 questions.
Thanks for reading all the way through!