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38 Argyle, TX Woman


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 34–48
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating

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Last online
Yesterday – 3:11pm
5′ 2″ (1.57m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Trying to quit
Christianity, but not too serious about it
Dropped out of university
Has kids
Dislikes cats
My self-summary
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"Touch a woman's mind - you have her interest . . .touch her heart - you have her love . . .touch her soul - you find passion beyond your wildest dreams. Once you touch all 3, you have found your soul mate for all eternity."

I am a woman scorned, scarred, weak, and vulnerable. Over the years I’ve grown strong willed, determined, cautious, and maybe even a bit callous. My heart demands a bit of that. Whether I intend to or not, I never do anything halfway. I'm still Mom, Dad, Extended Family, Breadwinner, Housewife, and Handy Man all rolled into one. It wears me out, but I'm probably the strongest person you'll ever have the good fortune of meeting. Only 7 more years till I have a kidless home! Here's hoping, anyway. :P

After all life's lessons, I have learned nothing and more than I ever wanted to know. But a few things I look for in a man . . . Not prone to anger. Sympathetic and giving. Highly intelligent with a proficiency in grammar. (I was an English major back in the day) Hardworking to a fault, yet fiercely family oriented. Extremely sensitive while taking life's battles with a grain of salt. Dark hair, blue eyes has always been my favorite. ;) I'm flexible, but I'm not about to uproot life for someone I'm not attracted to in every way.

As to what I am not looking for: someone to split bills with or a houseman. Please, if you are married or separated, do not message me. Cowboys, chest bumping testosterone filled boys - not really gonna have a great chance. Lifetime students or "in the restaurant business" - I'm past that stage and I require job security comparable to my own. I tend to prefer older men, but I'm not ready for 50's bracket, sorry.

As for me, well . . .I've been the good Christian and the black sheep. I've been a musician and an excellent dart player, dabbled in Feng Shui, listened to angry girl music and Blues music, played Mozart and written poetry, watched Numbers, Sherlock Holmes, and the Food Network. (I cook almost every night.) I'm outspoken, yet quiet: empathetic with a sense of Entitlement; gentle, but unrelenting, and I am always giving too much of myself. I want someone to finally meet me halfway.

I am passionate about everything, good or bad. More than most, I feel the way everything in life goes hand in hand, and the motion of the journey leaves me in awe.

I am waiting for that moment when a 10 word message leads to a conversation that never ends . . .when every word is a morsel to be devoured, and every thought makes my heart pump. When I am enveloped as a completely human being - nothing less, and nothing more. Loved, yes . . .but also kept.
What I’m doing with my life
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"Don't make something simple and efficient when you can make it strange and wonderful."

I keep putting one foot in front of the other while I marvel at where life takes me. I work, eat, sleep, work harder, and generally try to give my girls the best life I can make for them.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Writing and music, although both of them have gotten away from me in the hustle and bustle of life. I have written intense poetry and shallow articles. I have dabbled in lots of instrumental pursuits in my lifetime, but piano has always been my favorite. Amazingly, since I'm an introvert at heart, I've discovered that I'm also a good "people person." My customers know me and love me. And I suppose I should also add that I'm really good at my job. It takes up most of my life, after all.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My accent which is not an accent? My petite frame, or my favorite unique outfits? Definitely the neat trick I have of writing a phone number on a check without looking at what I am writing. I suppose I come across as cute. Outside of appearances, I am honest to a fault and completely open. I am empathetic and understand people sometimes more than they understand themselves.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I wish I could say I read anymore, but once upon a time I read voraciously - Anne of Green Gables, Little Women, Edgar Allen Poe . . .Movies I still do - the same ones over and over, usually, mostly because I have all the words memorized - Breakfast at Tiffanys, Pulp Fiction, 10 Things I Hate About You, Payback, Phone Booth, Run Lola Run . . .Music never dies - Van Morrison, Jason Mraz, Lisa Loeb, Fleetwood Mac, Live, Pearl Jam (ok, that list is endless. I like a lot of classic rock, though.) I really like Gotye, Mumford and Sons, and outside of mainstream, Emilie Autumn has become my favorite because she is a poet, a bit dark, and thinks like me. My taste varies, including music from just about every genre except rap - can't think of one rap song I like, although after I heard the Thrift Shop song a million times, it started to grow on me. As far as food goes - Mexican and Italian. And a good Chicken Fried Steak. :)
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My girls . . .yes, that's only two. Think I've done without pretty much everything else at some point in life, anyway
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Life has a way of working in patterns. Although I always seem to see the timing in retrospect, everyone and everything has its place and its reason.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Listening to music, making it, or writing. Also, it seems, a lot of Facebook Candy Crush and Texas Holdem. It's addictive. In a couple of years when the kids are old enough to leave at home, you'll find me at a pool hall somewhere drinking a Colorado Bulldog like I used to.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I have a tattoo . . .Kanji symbol of Eternity, because well . . .that's ultimately what I'm looking for.
You should message me if
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You are not married or separated . . .You are neither an atheist nor an avid church goer (I grew up in the church, but eventually I just never found it to feel like home, and I haven't been in a while) . . .You haven't lived in a bubble all these years . . .you don't quite fit in with the world you reside in . . .you can spell, punctuate, and have something insightful and meaningful to say. "You're beautiful" does not count. I had a creepy old hobo tell me that once, as he followed me back to my office.