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Malinda, 39


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I consider myself a very honest and trust worthy, up front and forward, no surprises. I'm fun, loving, energetic young woman. I am a hard working single mother (over 5yrs). Looking to start living my life now that she's in college.Enjoys making others smile it's important to enjoy life. I don't take things too seriously, life's too short. Don't consider myself needy or someone who gets attached to quick. Likes to take it slow to find out ones "True colors". Not the type that needs to be wined & dined everynight, or go to Europe for the weekends. I live in reality. Don't get me wrong if it happens I won't say no! Lol! Enjoy going out to dinner or to the movies, love to dance, hang out at home, alone or with friends & family. Looking for someone who can treat me with respect.... A gentleman. Someone who's laid back and can make me laugh, have good conversation. Someone who is willing to try new things and can open my eyes to new ones as well. Must be Honest and NO GAMES!! The first date shouldn't be anything dramatic. It's a time to meet see if there's a connection. So I think something like coffee or out for ice cream. You can usally know by than if there is an interest in do dinner or any all day activity. When it's right, we'll know!


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    Woman. 39 years old. Zodiac sign: Libra.

    Looking for: man. In age: 36-46

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