Woman. 50 years old. Zodiac sign: Aries.
Looking for: man. In age: 47-57
I'm back I tried this one before without a lot of success so gave it up. I decided to give it one more shot. I am a single mother of two great kids who are my pride and joy. I work two jobs one as a Customer Service Rep and the other as a server at a waterfront restaraunt. I have been out of the dating scene for sometime while raising my kids who are know grown. I don't go out a lot since I work a lot and don't do the bar scene anymore. I love the beach and could hang there all day everyday. I enjoy reading and various kinds of music but country is my favorite. If you want to know anymore message me :) Something casual so we can get to know each other.
Woman. 47 years old. Zodiac sign: Capricorn.
Looking for: man. In age: 44-54
I am not desperate for a relationship, but I do miss the feeling of having someone that can make me smile and feel appreciated.Someone that can make calling and texting me the first and last thing they do everyday.Someone that will be there to hold me when I feel vulnerable. Someone that will love me for who I am.Someone that will give me butterflies in my stomach everytime we're together.Someone that I can call mine.Is there is anyone out there looking for an easy going, fun loving woman who has a wide variety of interests. I assist in teaching blind and multi-disabled children and enjoy seeing the progress the children make. I listen to a variety of music but I especially like country music. I am looking for someone with similar interests. If interested please drop me a line. A quiet dinner where we could talk and get to know one another.
Woman. 48 years old. Zodiac sign: Taurus.
Looking for: man. In age: 45-55
WOW, I didn't realize how hard it is to meet a nice guy. I am looking for someone to be my best friend and go from there. I am old fashioned at heart and I believe in love and romance, communication and honesty (I know, imagine that). I am a Mom first and foremost so know I am a package deal without drama. I am finally at a point where I am ready to move on with someone. I have 2 children that live with me full time...1 grown in college and a 12 year old. I am quiet and shy at first and a hopeless romantic. I like holding hands, snuggling, sending flowers or cards just because; putting a note in your lunchbox or writing on a steamed bathroom mirror. I believe in that phone call or text just to say hello or goodnight when we are apart but I also believe we all need time away from each other too, time to appreciate and miss each other. I recently joined a gym to get back in shape and I am slowly getting there.I love the outdoors, camping, boating, hiking and swimming and spending time with my family and friends. I am family oriented and I love cooking and baking so you must like being cooked/baked for. I am a tom-boy at heart so I don't care if my hair gets a mess or I get dirty. But I also can dress up and do special events and dinners...however give me my jeans and I am a happy girl. I am missing that special someone to share my life with. I'd like someone who can laugh at himself yet be serious when needed. Be honest, caring, passionate, enjoy romance love children. You must like the outdoors, letting go appreciating life but at times just relaxing at home and appreciating what you have. Be a bit wild, crazy and silly yet responsible. If you are one of those men who are needy and lonely and need a woman to make you feel whole...I am not that woman. I want to be a big part of your life but not the only thing in your life...if that makes sense.I am searching for someone who may no longer exist. If you are out there and you do exist, get in touch with me...we waited long enough to find each other! You will never know if we are each others soul-mates if we don't start with the initial "hello"...RIGHT??!! A quiet lunch or dinner where we can talk and get to know each other is a good first choice. Maybe a walk later if we get along or go bowling for fun so we can talk some more. I can do almost anything with the right person as it's not what you do, its who you're doing it with.