I am a Research Scientist and love my work because you never stop learning new cutting edge methodologies and apply them in this ever changing field. I am not married to my work, I still find time to volunteer at my daughter's school, and do other fun stuff with my daughter like rollerskating, swimming, bike ridding, etc. and practicing for Friday's spelling quizzes - lol.
What I'm Looking For:
I smile when I think of you. We enjoy doing stuff together, and have a highly developed sense of sarcasm. I think it's cute when you snort as you laugh and all the other quirky stuff you do. You make fun of me whenever you can, I'll provide ample opportunities. You act younger than you look because I like grownup women who haven't forgotten what it's like to be a girl.
What I've Learned from Past Relationships:
Flossing is important. Laughing is essential. Imperfection is perfect. Better to be single than to be in a bad relationship. If it's worth it, I'll work for it; if it's not, I won't. Don't say anything you'll regret because you can't take it back. It's better to understand than to be understood. Unconditional positive regard instead of unconditional love. Having kids makes you a better person. The Celtics will tear your heart out, but it's fun to have something outside yourself to root for together. Strawberries can actually be an aphrodisiac if served at the right time of night. This being-single thing isn't going to be nearly as bad as I thought it might be... Finally, you must be emotionally available to the other person, which makes you vulnerable, but it's a risk you have to take to find true love.
My Perception of an Ideal Relationship:
After a 10+ year relationship, I may be rusty about this courting stuff, but I'm not jaded by divorce. It's even clearer to me that there's not just one person out there. And even if you get lucky and meet a winner, there's probably a lot of work and effort ahead, no matter what. I'm not looking to jump into anything, but I'm a firm believer in chemistry and wouldn't turn my back on someone incredible just because of minor bumps and differences that can be worked out. I feel that a perfect relationship is one in which the reality is nearby your fantasy. As long as you have a realistic fantasy, it might just happen.
If you made it this far then I kept you interested :), yeah me give me a high five :)
Now the funnier stuff:
I believe that it's not the destination but rather the journey in life that's important. Along the way, maybe you encounter someone special.
Movies: Wild at Heart, Pirates of the Caribbean-who
I don't watch much tv, but the shows are Wipe out, The Middle-don't you just love Sue, the eternal optimist
Big Bang Theory
Books- Dork Diaries, because that's what I read to my daughter and the stories make me laugh too.
A walk in the woods, by Bill Bryce
2) Family, includes (cat&dog)
5) Physical Intimacy(we're sexual creatures after all :) and Emotional Intimacy
6) Read number 5
7) Sense of Humor
8) Think inside the box and limit myself to just 6 things
9) Read Number 6
What I want to be when I grow young
We Humans consider our self unique, so we've rooted our whole theory of existence on our uniqueness. "One" is our unit of "measure" — but what if it's not. What if all our social systems we've put into place are a mere sketch: "one plus one equals two", that's all we've learned, but what if... one plus one has never equaled two — what if there are in fact no numbers and no letters, what if we've codified our existence to bring it down to human size, to make it comprehensible, we've created a scale so we can forget its unfathomable scale. - - Lucy
How to make more desserts on the BBQ.
If everyone Wang Chungs tonight, what would tomorrow be like?
What's my next prank or joke
Up in the air can change like the wind each Friday
You can be engaging and interesting, yet goofy and playful at the right time
If I remotely remind you of yourself, and can identify with my voice, style and intelligence
You're awesome and you know it