30 Newport, United States
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My self-summary
I think I'm a pretty simple person. I don't have anything to hide, I don't have any drama in my life, and I don't need coffee to wake up or medication to be happy. I'm on here just to see if there's someone out there in the world who wants a gal like myself to stand beside them through life's journey. No pressure, just going with the flow and enjoying the ride.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm working full-time for a great company in the field I went to school for (finally!). I am also in school part-time going for my MBA. Other than working and pursing those goals, I like to go sit by the ocean and admire the view (sometimes I bring a book), walk on the cliffwalk, watch cartoons, or planning out my next trip (I plan to see every state and have 18 down so far).
I’m really good at
My friends say I'm good at keeping them calm. I don't have any drama in my life, so I try to help my friends out with theirs. They say sometimes that if I wasn't there then things would've blown out of proportion, but I keep things cool. I guess that's a good thing. Umm I'm good at air hockey (because I'm competitive with stuff), and I'm good at throwing random movie/tv quotes into my everyday conversations (when appropriate).
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm short. Oh and I smile a lot. OH and they probably notice that I have a scar on my neck, but only very few people have ever asked me about it. The scar is there because I had a trache when I was a baby (long story).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My reading these days consists of textbooks for school. In my free time, I like reading all books by Celia Rivenbark because they're hilarious and random and relatable (to me anyways). I've also recently read "The Book of Awesome" collection and I HIGHLY recommend them to anyone with a sense of humor.

As for movies, I like comedies and romantic comedies the most, but I don't have an absolute favorite movie of all time. I can't do horror movies (I'd close my eyes the whole time).

The TV shows category is another picky subject. I just cancelled my cable because I actually don't watch anything airing nowadays besides The Big Bang Theory, but I just wait to buy the seasons on dvd. My dvds consist of mostly 90's sitcoms, cartoons, and Nickelodeon tv shows. Hey I'm a big kid at heart, I can't help it.

Music is pretty much anything except rap/hip hop kind of stuff. Classic rock, country, 90's are at the top of my list but I'm up for anything depending on my mood.

Food is Italian all the way. Oh and I don't eat seafood. I'm actually pretty picky with my food choices, but don't have a good reason why.

P.S. I don't prefer spaghetti because it requires too much effort to eat, and I 've actually never had a taco because, like I said, I'm pretty picky with my food if you know why my username is what it is then I would be very impressed =-P
The six things I could never do without
My sister isn't a "thing" but she's the only thing I could think of that I can't live without. Air, water and food are also necessary but other than that the only materialistic thing I could think of is shelter. Anything with a roof and 4 walls is sufficient.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
"In the game of life there are few certainties. In fact most things are left to chance. There's someone for everyone we're told, but the search for that one person to ride through life beside you is serious business. It's a matter of trial, error and pure dumb luck...and of course: chemistry."

"All our young lives we search for someone to love. Someone who makes us complete. We choose partners and change partners. We dance to a song of heartbreak and hope....all the while wondering if somewhere, somehow, there's someone perfect who might be searching for us."

I think about what it would be like to meet someone that I actually completely connect with. Also, I'm thinking about proceeding on to the PhD program once I complete my MBA, but that decision will be based on other aspects of my life when the time comes.

Ps. Those quotes were taken from the classic late 80's tv show: The Wonder Years. =-)
On a typical Friday night I am
I'll either be doing homework for my MBA courses, out with friends, out driving around town by myself, or watching a dvd. Yup, that's me in a nutshell. "Help, I'm in a nutshell!" -->sorry, I don't even care for that movie, but it popped in my head so I had to say it.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
"Secretly, I'm a little bit naïve."

*bonus points if you know the quote =-P
You should message me if
You should message me if you have a good sense of humor, a good head on your shoulders, and have some common sense ha. Having some old-fashioned morals and values wouldn't be so bad either.