Seeking a down-to-earth techie/sci-fi lover who will put up with my Star Trek binge-watching, and maybe join me. I'm mostly a book nerd who likes to date IT guys. My guilty-pleasure favorite books are mostly of the Jane Austen-esque variety, but I do enjoy most British classics as well as some American poets (the imagery of Ezra Pound is my favorite).
I'm a somewhat quirky lady with strong opinions and values. I am looking to find someone who can handle my eccentricities in stride and enjoy the ride. I enjoy reading, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. I also enjoy random humor and hope to eventually find someone to replace the need for strangers on tv to make me laugh late at night.
I am looking to actually meet and go on dates, so if you don't make your intentions known that you want to go out on a date after a couple messages I will stop responding since it's a waste of time for both of us to keep writing if it's going nowhere. No offense meant by that, I'm just looking for someone who is serious about real-life dating.
I went to SUU and studied English Literature... however, I currently work as an admin assistant since there's not a specified career that goes along with a degree in knowing how to read and write (besides teaching, which is not for me). I've been out of school and just working for over 7 years and have built a decent career despite the fact that I would rather have a family and don't really want a career.
Some believe that the best relationship is one of 2 people sharing their lives with each other, but I don't believe that's enough to keep them from growing apart. A long lasting relationship is one in which it's not only two people sharing their lives, but 2 people who want to have one life together. Both of them committed to going the same direction because they make decisions as one and have vowed to each other, the world, and God that nothing is more important than making the bond of love they choose each day to continue eternally. I don't want to be in a relationship that will waste time merely living adjacent to my companion. That's probably pretty heavy information to put in here, but it's important to be compatible on these important things.
Once upon a time... and she lived happily ever after, the end. That's how I had pictured my life when I was ten, I didn't know what would really happen during the conjunction; I pictured myself as a grandma and never thought about how I would get there. Well... I'm still not too sure about what's happening before the happily ever after part, but I'm taking it as it comes. One of my most favorite scents is the scent of the air right before a thunderstorm hits. That smell is full of tension, excitement, uncertainty, but most of all it's full of promise. That's exactly how I feel about my life, it has a scent of promise, hope, excitement, and something is definitely about to happen. The only difference between me and the pre-scent of rain is the fact that I'm not exactly sure I know what is going to happen. All I know is that with God's majestic hand in it, it will most likely be as amazing as watching a summer thunderstorm in my hometown, St. George: dazzling light shows, spectacular surround-sound, and a chance of flood...