In a relationship I tend to be quite a care taker. I'm not co-dependent or a door mat, I just enjoy taking care of the people that I love.
I'm a natural introvert. This means that while I enjoy going out, I need quiet home time to recharge.
I value honesty and chivalrous behavior. I truly hate when someone lies to me, even when it's over something inconsequential or to be funny. It makes me feel like I can't trust anything that person says. Ever.
Frankly, I think I'm a catch. I'm confident, fun, cute, smart, funny, loyal, organized, healthy, empathetic, logical, fair, experienced, level-headed, communicative, and open. I'd love to find someone who can recognize and value these traits in me.
You are fun and confident. You don't need me to constantly tell you you're great because you already know. You just like to hear it from time to time from the people you care about. You don't need to be taken care of or looked up to, you just want to be comfortable and companionable with someone you enjoy and who enjoys you.
You're happy. You're not waiting for this or that to happen to get you to contentment, you know the only way to be content is to create that yourself.
You like actually doing things: going to museums and festivals and out to dinner and the movies. You don't need money for enjoyment, you need enjoyment to make the money worth anything.
You're optimistic and always seeking joy. You love to laugh and play.
You aren't ashamed of love and romance. You don't play games. You're tired of the little white lies, the hints, the cloak and dagger shenanigans that 'the dating game' entails.
You're honest by default. You're ready to love someone else because you're already good at loving yourself.
You can see yourself ending up with someone like me: whether it's race or religion or sexuality or anything else. If you're uncomfortable with something that I am then we're not going to be right for each other.
I go in for lighter fare as far as movies go. Romantic comedies, psychological thrillers, historical dramas, and the like. I am definitely not interested in horror or violence. Life is horrific enough on it's own, I don't need to spend my precious entertainment time on it as well.
Music is like air - yes please, keep it coming. Trying to specify is just too difficult.
Second - the list that actually tells you something about me: Burt's Bees chapstick, soy milk, Reese's peanut butter cups, lotion, Audible, and flip flops.
Also, I'm weirded out by men who describe themselves as 'curvy'.