46, female, single
Eastling, United Kingdom
How does one sell oneself without coming across as arrogant or self-deprecating? I guess I am relatively normal with the odd foible and idiosyncratic tendency.
I work way too hard and love my job about 60% of the time; I am a teacher so job satisfaction is often reliant on a combination of things. It takes up a great deal of time and I have now decided the climbing the career ladder is not as important as spending time with those I love. Sadly, I still seem to spend way too much time working.
I love skiing although I am not what you would describe as graceful probably because I am dyspraxic but I do try and make every effort to go once a year. In fact, I love travelling and though prefer a hotel over back packing and I am not overly keen on camping, I manage to go away at least twice a year (in addition to the skiing. I mean, seriously, who needs to eat?)
I love to laugh. Not the superficial kind but belly clutching, tear inducing, hearty guffaws. Oh and cake. Mmm and coffee.
I am not a big fan of text language, overuse of emoticons and the incorrect use of the apostrophe and the capital letter.
As to my appearance? I asked a friend and she said I had a gorgeous smile, great legs and far too little confidence in myself!
Overall, I guess that I am a genuine and caring individual who would like to meet someone like minded, generous and witty. I can be somewhat stubborn, so you will need to know when to put your foot down and when to simply shake your head and let me be. My brother says that that the man who can weasel past the independent outer shell and the rather amusing outlook on life, he will be the happiest man alive.
Intentions: Long Term
Height: 5'7" (171 cm)
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Eye Color: Green
Body Type: Average
Body Art: Tattoos
Exercise: 1-2 times a week
Marriage: Marriage is Sacred
Romance: Occasionally Romantic
Have Children: Don't have Children
Want Children: Don't but yours are Fine
Ethnicity: White (Caucasian)
Nationality: United Kingdom
Education: Bachelors Degree
Pets: Have a Cat