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32 F Kansas City, MO

My Details

Last Online
Aug 25, 2011
5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body Type
Full figured
Mostly anything
Trying to quit
Other, and somewhat serious about it
Leo, and it matters a lot
Working on university
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has kids
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)

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My self-summary
FIRST OFF: In case you cannot read well (if this is the case, stop looking at my profile now and continue to browse), I am on this site looking for friends, activity partners, and/or penpals. This makes no mention of anything regarding ANYTHING of a sexual nature. Also, please note that I MARRIED! For those of you who simply haven't figured out why I am telling you this, I will put it simply.





That being said, if you are still interested in getting to know me, continue reading...

Most people don't know what to make of me. I may seem extremely odd to some, and unbearably dull to others. Those who are able to get to know the real me though, have come to love my quirky personality traits, and I love them for that. I have a tendency to reinvent myself every few months or so, but I never go too extreme. I hate change, yet, I can't stand routine.

I am a Leo. (To some, astrology makes no difference. To me, it makes all the difference in the world. Knowing a person's zodiac sign can provide immense insight into someone's personality, and also provide someone with an ability, more-or-less to predict another's reactions to certain comments or situations.) Because I am a Leo, I do have a fiery personality. Pissing me off is not in your best interests.

I am a protector by nature, therefore, I am more-than-likely a good bet to have in your corner.

I love my children, they make my world spin(and sometimes my head as well). Family is extremely important to me. I like to read books about vampires and werewolves. I enjoy drinking and doing a lot of it if the mood strikes me. I love to play phase 10 but can't seem to find anyone to play with that I will still like a couple of months down the road.

I love meeting new people. I love angry breakup music. I was going to school to be a nurse (I have dropped out of school twice, for familial reasons). I am in love with Jerry Cantrell and I believe Alice in Chains is one of the greatest bands ever. I don't like my shift button. I find useless trivia incredibly amusing. All of this is prone to change within the next few seconds.

I am curious, compliant, and complex
What I’m doing with my life
Currently, I am not really doing anything. I sit at home with my kids, so I would assume that makes me a homemaker. Doubtful, I don't feel like much of a homemaker.

Last summer and fall, I was attending school for the second time, pursuing my nursing license. I had to withdraw though, again, but I do plan on going back when it is the right time and there won't be as many interferences.

This winter, I was working at a Mexican restaurant . This didn't work out so well. I usually had no days off, and when I was scheduled for a day off, I got called into work. People around this area don't know how to tip. Also, I never got to see my kids. So, I quit. Plain and simple. I am sorry, but I will not allow a shitty job to come in between me and my family.

My immediate plans for the future include:

A) Trying to get custody (full and legal) of my children.

B) Moving to Kansas City this summer with my BOYFRIEND.

C) Attempting to get a job, that doesn't suck ass, and I will actually get time off to spend with the family.

UPDATE: (08/02/2007) I live in Kansas City now. Have for roughly 4 months. I have a good job, that I actually like. I am a server at The Olive Garden. I still don't have full custody of my children, but it's something that I am still working on. My kids live with me, but they have been spending a lot of time with grandparents and such over summer vacation. I am still in a relationship, but things are complicated right now. I am not for sure what will happen, but I am still involved with my boyfriend, and I am still committed to him. I hope to go back to school this year at some point. Maybe take some General Ed classes online or such. Then I could have more credit hours under my belt.

UPDATE: (08/12/2011) Wow! It's been a helluva ride! In the past 4 years since I last updated my profile so many things have happened. I am no longer working at the Olive Garden. :( I miss this job terribly but am doing ok. I got to keep a souvenir... my husband! Yep, that's right, I got married! I met Frank in March 2008 after he started at the OG and we were married in January 2009. It's been rough, no marriage is perfect, but I believe that things are looking up and will only get better from here. (Obviously, things with my previous boyfriend didn't work out. I learned a lot from that relationship but still wish I could completely erase that whole time period from my life and my children's lives.) I had another baby in October 2011 and am having the time of my life watching him grow up. I STILL don't have full custody of my kids, but they still live with me and am not having as many issues with worrying about custody battles with their fathers so this makes me very happy. I am going back to school, pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, expecting to graduate in May 2013. Oh, and I am looking forward to starting my new position as an EVS at a local hospital within the next couple of weeks.
I’m really good at
Multi-tasking. Ask anyone that knows me, I can usually do about 3 things at once. Unless of course, I am extremely tired, sick, or stressed out, which is most of the time.

Getting stressed out. Between my children, bills that don't get paid on time, having/not having a job, going to/quitting school, a husband, and an EXTREMELY close-knit family, it doesn't take much from the outside world to send me into a frenzy.

Planning a budget. This, however, does not mean that I am good at sticking to that budget.

Numbers. I have a strange obsession. (I have tried three different ways to spell that, and none of them look right. I don't have my dictionary handy, so this is the variation that I am going with. Oh well if it's not right, it works for me.) I often find myself doing algebra equations in my head while driving down the interstate. For instance, I recently calculated that while driving 70 mph, it takes about 50 to 51 seconds to complete a mile.

Writing things in ( ) that should be put in their own paragraph. Probably a really big literary no-no, but I don't care, because it's what I am comfortable with.

Thinking of the clever things I should have said to someone during a fight...after the encounter has been over for at least 10 minutes, and they are no longer around. This is just my own luck. I believe I have mentioned the frenzies I work myself into? Yeah, well, these inhibit my ability to think clearly, and my natural wit and banter reflex makes like a tree and *leafs*. Ha ha, get it?

Taking care of people. It's in my nature to provide and protect. I believe this makes me a good mother. (Though, of course, I do have other abilities that attribute to my mothering skills.) Some people have told me that they believe I am a shitty mother. Usually, I slap them in the face and never speak to them again.

Talking. Usually about the most random things that you can think of.

Getting defensive. Word to the wise, I don't take criticism, or compliments for that matter, well. I try to be appreciative of constructive criticism, but chances are I will still get up in your face about it.
The first things people usually notice about me
Most people notice first that I am blushing. Especially strangers. This can be accounted for the fact that when a stranger looks at me, I get embarrassed. Therefore, I blush. Also, I am usually doing something that requires physical exertion, and of course I will be flush afterward.

People also notice my eyes, right off the bat. It has been said that they eyes do not betray your emotions. This is quite true in my case. Most people don't even half to look at the lower half of my face to know what I am feeling. Though, some still tell me that I "have eyes that smile". No matter how upset I am at the time, [they] say that [they] can still see the brightness in my eyes, waiting to be unleashed.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
(a) I love anything by Laurell K. Hamilton(the Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter and the Meredith Gentry series). I enjoyed Steven King's Rose Madder, Desperation, The Regulators, and Dreamcatcher, Anne Rice's Pandora, some (I have yet to read them all) of the books in The Vampire Chronicles, and Cry to Heaven, Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones, and Lucky. Also, Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Professions (7th Edition) is becoming one of my favorite reads. I also like to read, at my own discretion, encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauras' and maps.
Also, in the past years, I have read the Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer, and also several supernatural series by MaryJanice Davidson, Tanya Huff, Jeanne C. Stein, Vicki Pettersson, Jennifer Armintrout and Yasmin Galenorn. The Heroin Diaries by Nikki Sixx and The Dirt by Motley Crue were some of my favorite reads in the past couple of years as well.

(b) I like to laugh, but at times I like to be scared so badly that I have to turn on every light in the house on the way to the bathroom and still can't look in the mirror. It surprises most people to learn that my favorite movie genre is war movies. It matters not what war it was about. Something about strategically defeating your enemy with an army at your back gets my blood rushing. (this is quite strange indeed, for I am not pro-war). I also LOVE movies that I have to watch over and over again in order to finally understand what is going on (read: psychological thrillers). Also, any movie that I can watch several times and continue to find something new, is great in my book.

Some examples of my favorite movies are: Reservoir Dogs, the X-Men trilogy, 28 Days, Mallrats, Dazed and Confused, A Time to Kill, Stealth, Four Brothers, Constantine, Fight Club, Requiem for a Dream, Center Stage, Taking Lives, The Jacket, The Pianist, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Fantastic Four, The Bone Collector, Girlfight, Pirates of the Caribbean (series), Finding Neverland, Seven, Interview with a Vampire, Queen of the Damned, Trapped, Aeon Flux, Stir of Echoes, The Breakfast Club, Failure to Launch, Shrek, Shrek 2, Dogma,Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Clerks, Joy Luck Club, Domino, Walk the Line, The Wedding Crashers, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, Monter's Ball, and The DaVinci Code, Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny, School for Scoundrels, The Prestige, Memento, Twilight (series), Transformers, Transformers II, and soooooo many others....

(c) Anything angry in which I might also be able to understand the words. Anything that feels like it's gripping my soul. I will listen to just about anything though. examples (in no particular order): Blue October, Trespassers William, A Perfect Circle, Tool, Tantric, Days of the New, Sarah McLachlan, Hinder, Audioslave, STP, Velvet Revolver, Led Zeppelin, Muse, Pushmonkey, Levinhurst, Crossfade, Lynard Skynard, Supertramp, Gorillaz, nin, Nickelback, Linkin Park, Gravity Kills, Union Underground, Maroon 5, Evanescence, Seether, Alice in Chains, Taking Back Sunday, 30 Seconds to Mars, Stone Sour, Bodisartha, Open Systems, Deadboy and the Elephantmen, Placebo,Mudvayne, Motley Crue, Sixx A.M., Slipknot, Stone Sour, Five Finger Death Punch, 10 Years and the list goes on and on and on.........

(d) I have said it before, and I will say it again, my mom's house is where it's at. She makes the best food ever, and she has even stopped making anything that involves cooked cabbage if she knows that I will be there for dinner. Also, I LOVE authentic Mexican food, and my cousin makes plenty of that, so I am at her house quite often. I am also a big fan of sushi.
The six things I could never do without
My children, and family in general.

That which makes me human. And not just the opposable thumbs.

Any of my six senses. (I believe intuition counts.)

The sun. I suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, therefore I suffer extreme bouts of depression and episodes when I am "not quite myself" during the colder weather months.

Music. Without some form of audible expression, I would absolutely go insane.

Water. It wouldn't hurt if this was accompanied by a toothbrush, and some soap.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My children. How to be a better person for myself, and my children. Financial instability. Medicine. How to outsmart someone who I believe will betray me.


When dining out, please remember that servers in restaurants depend on your generosity to make a living (raise their children and/or support themselves through school). Your tips make a great difference in whether or not they are able to buy diapers and such for their kids, or put gas in their car to make it to school. While some people leave appreciated amounts, others don't leave anything, and much of the time, servers are not even making enough to cover the gas it takes them to get into work that day and back home. Keep in mind, whether or not they make enough in tips to equal minimum wage doesn't matter, the government is still taxing them like they do. (Some places actually might not cover the tip difference so the servers will average the new minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.) The appropriate tip percentage is still 15%, but 20% is becoming the new trend. Place keep that in mind. So, even if your check is only $6.00, leaving $1.20 cents as a tip is still appreciated, rather than stiffing your server. Some people may not consider this, because they might think that leaving change on the table may be thought of as insulting. Servers don't see it that way, trust me. Also remember, the better the tip you leave, the better your service may be in the future. Servers are busting their tails to make sure that you have a pleasurable dining experience, so please, show them that they succeeded.

RULE OF THUMB: If you cannot afford to tip your server after paying the check, go to a drive-thru.

Thank you.
On a typical Friday night I am
Jaimee. On Saturdays, I become...Jaimee. Sundays through Thursdays, however, I am......Jaimee. Oh yes, and 24/7, for your convenience, I transition to Mommy. Though if anyone besides my children calls me that, I get extremely creeped out, and a little defensive.

Seriously though, if I am lucky, I get to watch Supernatural (because I am a dork like that and I <3<3<3 Sam and Dean Winchester). Most of the time though, I am probably on the road dropping kids off with their dads, and sometimes, when I am really adventurous, I am at the laundromat. Woo!!!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have an irrational fear of steel wool. I can't explain it. I panic at the thought of having to touch it and when I imagine what it will feel like, I get physically ill. Weird, I know.

Also, I can't drive in a city very well. In the daylight, I don't do to terribly bad as long as I know what time it is. Then I can use the sun to guide me. But, the glares off other vehicles, and windows do absolutely no wonders for my eyesight. In the night, I do better as far as being able to see, but then I have no sense of direction. (This has gotten a lot better. 8/2/07) (Practically a pro now! Thank you Garmin. lol. 8/12/11)
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi girls
  • Ages 24–44
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
Any of what I have said makes even the miniscule-est amount of sense to you, and you feel that even in the smallest of ways that you can relate to some of it.

You want to pay for a subscription to National Geographic Magazine for me.

"When choosing your friends, don't be short-changed by choosing personality over character"--W. Somerset Maugham