Ok, now I can continue and if you are reading still then even better...
I feel as if self-deprecation and laughing at oneself is the only way to live. If you take yourself too seriously? You are probably not for me.
Big fan of live music. I've been to 100's of concerts and would love to go to 100's more. Music can change your mood, awaken things in you that you didn't know were there...it's something I couldn't live without.
Being healthy is the goal. I have been eating healthy (gluten free and no crap), working out (gym, PT, swimming etc) and keeping myself emotionally healthy (with Tai Chi and meditation) are all priorities for me now that I'm not 22 anymore. This doesn't stop me from living though and I definitely still enjoy glasses of wine while out socializing and chicken wings during a game :)
Chemistry is very important in any relationship and it's the one thing you have no control over. I do think that it can grow a bit in time, if you're friends first, BUT there is nothing like that "I want to kiss you" when you first meet someone. It is, to me, one of the best things in life hands down.
I think there are three key components to a healthy relationship: you need to have the same morals and values, you need to be able to agree on what you want out of life and how you're going to get there and then wanting to be intimate with the person you are with even if one night you don't want to talk to them and hate them a bit (haha - it does happen though). You always need to have that attraction between you as it helps you reconnect. Agree? What would you add to these three components? Do tell.
To wrap it up in a nice quick package for you guys: I am fun, funny, a social butterfly, intelligent, hard working, always dressed appropriately, witty, sexy, comfortable in any situation, quick to make a joke at myself and a Yankee fan! I am curious and open minded. An explorer, family girl, love the beach (but with sunscreen under an umbrella), ambitious but can be lazy and lay in bed all day with the right company. "A great catch" from what I hear (and this is from my friends husbands!). I'm also extremely humble and normal but I feel like you need to sell yourself when you're online...something sounded wrong there didn't it?
Wait, one more thing: I'm as honest and generous as they come - for good or bad.