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peaches616

I am a fun loving and sincere woman who is looking for the same in a man. I am not looking to get married, I am looking for a friend to hang out with and be emotionally supportive to. I am told that I am attractive and fun to be with. My friends describe me as a good listener and a giver. My motto is "you get what you give, it is not who you are on the outside but more who you are on the inside".

I'm a 47 year old white lady from nashville, TN. I consider my appearance to be good looking. I am 5'2" tall with a rubenesque build. I have brown hair, big brown eyes and a tanned complexion.

Essays


My ideal match:
I am looking for a single (or divorced) white male between the ages of 45 and 60. Honestly I prefer a larger man, someone who is cuddly. I am not into what you look like or who you know but more who you are inside. I like men who can show there real feelings and are not game players. If you feel it say it, don't hide your inner self.

The ideal setting for a first date:
It doesn't matter as long as it is a quiet place where we can have a good conversation and get to know each other.

My favorite hangout or club:
I enjoy listening to live country music especially at places like Robert's in downtown Nashville, TN.

Work:
I do enjoy my job very much, I work with a great bunch of people and look forward to going to work each day.

What I like to do when I'm not at work:
Movies, dinner out with friends, listening to music, reading, flea markets, shopping, hanging out with good friends.

Where I see myself two to five years from now:
At my age I don't intend to start a new career, I am quite happy where I am now. I would like to be in a solid satisfying relationship with a man who is sincere and comfortable with himself and us.

If I could change one thing about myself:
Just one thing? Well...I guess the most important would be to fill that criteria that most men have of being slim/slender. But we can't all be perfect can we?