I'd like to find someone who can bring a smile to my face.
I am very kind, compassionate, loving, and honest.
I am completely dedicated to anyone I love.
I'm content to talk out any issue, calmly and lovingly. I'm fine with you walking away to cool off as long as you let me know you'll be back.
I am a vegetarian, and I've adopted two children. My little guy lives with me and is the center of my universe. I adore every moment I have with him.
I love to sing. It is such an intense spiritual experience for me to be at synagogue with my congregation, sharing in musical prayer.
The most important virtues I'm looking for in you are calm, gentle, and very very patient.
I finished my undergrad about 6 years ago in Astrophysics. I'm almost finished both my teacher's certificate in math and physics and my Master's of Math Education. I take a class or two here and there as I have time.
I volunteer at the synagogue and in the community. I grow a potted vegetable and flower garden on my balcony. I partially home school my little guy. I rarely stop running around, trying to get everything done. I'm ready to have a little time for myself and a special someone else.
I am a voracious reader. I recently read The Lost Hero, part of a fantasy/sci fi series, and Category 7- the book was awesome, even though the movie was a joke scientifically. I also love historical fiction, and fictionalized accounts of natural disasters. I'm currently working my way through Chicken Soup for the Soul: Positive Thinking, which is having an amazing impact on my life.
My little guy and I are in the midst of the first Harry Potter book, and love the Super Fudge, Bailey Kids, and Magic Tree House series. This amazing child also has me read to him from the Torah, and explain in kid English what it all means. We also regularly read from my grown up level astronomy and social studies texts and reference guides. And he sucks it all in like an unending sponge. Like me, my little guy would be happy if we snuggled and read books together all day.
Ever After is one of my all time favorites. Drew Barrymore as Cinderella, presented as historical fiction, as the story seriously may have happened if it was real.
I love sci fi (NOT horror). Again, fictionalized natural disasters, like Day After Tomorrow and Dante's Peak, too. I haven't actually been out to the movies in awhile, though I'd love to go! I'm also quite content sitting home and snuggling in front of a DVD.
There are a few I like to follow, but my life does not revolve around them: Revolution, Touched, Once Upon a Time, Private Practice, Parenthood, and Grey's Anatomy are about it.
I love folksy music, musicals, Jewish liturgical music, soft rock, anything written so I can sing my heart out or at least sing along.
Vegetarian all the way. If you're not, I can live with that, I just can't stand the smell of it cooking, can't cook it myself, can't purchase it, and don't want anyone making fun of my ethical beliefs. Or anything else for that matter. And I'll never be cruel to you about yours.
I love Chinese, Japanese, Ethiopian, Mexican, Jewish, American, Amish, all very mild dishes- no onions, peppers, pepper, or strong spices for me (allergies). I LOVE Italian, though my body doesn't, so I try to eat it sparingly. Mac & Cheese with veggie chik nuggets or black beans and a green veggie steamed well and mixed all together is my current favorite dish. I prefer whole grain and organic everything, though I do treat myself to very thick and cheesy pizza or the above-mentioned restaurant foods.
As long as it's vegetarian and mild I'm up for trying anything.
A safe healthy place to live
Lots of pillows and a soft blanket on a big comfy bed.
My needs are really quite simple. I just want to love and be loved, and to be safe.
The key to me is being as kind and gentle and patient as a man can be.
Ask me anything and I'll tell you truthfully.