Okay, so what are you going to say to make me laugh? I mean, really make me laugh? Will it be a witty pun? Irony? Or some unexpected humour with a cerebral twist?
Young looking (I get mistaken for a student rather than professor all the time and I do want to have children), active, energetic, smart and savvy LDS girl seeking a partner in crime for some fun and adventure. I'm looking to meet some cool and good LDS guys who know who they are, know how to treat a girl, athletic, active, intelligent and educated and can talk for hours about everything and nothing. Intelligent conversation and intelligent humour.
I love a lot of sports and grew up with the national team in and out of our house. So I'm kind of this dream girl for sports-minded guys. People are amused to see me cheering on the treadmill watching sports while running.
I love to laugh and be teased and I have tonnes of interests (metric tonnes are even bigger than US tons): skating, figure skating, ice dancing (I've competed at U.S. National Solo Dance Championships), cooking (not your average stuff or stuffing!), snowshoeing, canoeing, travelling, reading, movies, sewing (especially my skating dresses), you get the idea. I like being engaged in whatever I do.
Reaching out to others who are struggling is a huge priority of mine. I'm more of a mercy than justice girl unless we're talking about social justice. I've taken care of both of my parents through their cancer and my cats through the years through feline AIDS (they get it via cat bites, yes I know what you were thinking), asthma and distemper. I think I've earned an honourary vet degree at this point. In real life, I'm the less useful type of doctor, PhD.
I'm headed overseas for research and conferences a couple of times in the coming year and a half and feel at home in Europe (including the UK, my second home) since I'm culturally Canadian-European. I love it when I'm speaking French and am immediately identified as a Canadian thanks to my Quebecois accent or when native Germans can't place me where I'm from in Germany (or Sweden! Go figure!)
Although I'm pretty independent, what's hardest about dating is finding other open-minded (yet active with a strong testimony) professionals here locally. If I'm interested, I make the time. I love being able to support a fellow driven person in their pursuits and profession if they can handle being equally yolked to someone who has likewise been successful. I'm tall so don't really go for shorter guys. I like to feel like the girl in the relationship. And try as I might, guys without at least a degree, well, it doesn't work. I've tried. And it doesn't work.
Pretty much, I'm looking for an attractive renaissance man who isn't looking for someone 10+ years younger than they are. I meet them all the time while travelling, but not so frequently in the church.
Now, if you're more than 5 years older and/or have older kids (especially those who are at school, married, have kids, etc.), I'm just not a match for you. I typically get mistaken for a (grad) student and people typically put me in my late 20s or early 30s because that's more of how I look and seem. And yes, women my age still have kids. So yes, smart professional girls can be Mollies. In fact, we often do it best.
So the real question is, did your mama raise you right to handle a girl who has got it all going for her?