I believe anyone genuinely interested in getting to know you beyond the idea of a purely physical relationship would patiently read your profile in an effort to learn more about you. Holding that belief, I'm very much put off by questions clearly answered in my profile (Unless you want me to elaborate, then cool), I'm also put off by introductory messages that contain nothing more than "Call me" and a phone number. I'm sorry, but I don't know you Mr. Possible Stalker Serial Killer Man (C'mon now, I know I'm not the only one whose heard horror stories). That is the purpose of this forum (And I like it :) It offers me the chance to take the time to develop a certain level of comfort with a person HERE first to then decide if I would like to get to know them outside of the site whether its through a phone call (Mr. Possible Perform A Reverse Search To Find My Address And Send Me A Beautiful Gift Of Roadkill Man) or private email (Mr Possible Spam Send You Death Threats Or Pictures Of My Anatomy Man). Basically, just allow me time to decipher whether or not you're a wack job (Considering the fact that not one wack job I've met actually KNOWS he's a wack job!) (Whew! and now that I've gotten that out of the way …)
I believe the first thing anyone notices about me is my smile, because its so often there. I am the type who always tries to find the brighter side of any situation, mainly because it just feels better to be happy and optimistic as opposed to being gloomy and pessimistic.
Life happens, as such, it can sometimes feel overwhelming for some and I understand that, however I feel you should have your moment, brush yourself off, then make plans for the next move. Dwelling in sorrow doesn't produce favorable results . If I am feeling overwhelmed, rather than sulk and become stagnant, I'll choose to play a relaxation track on my tablet. I put my headphones on, let my imagination take me to a peaceful place, 30 minutes later I'm ready to tackle it all.
While I thrive on routines, I simply can't live without sponataneity. It sounds oxymoronic, but let me explain. During the work/school week, we need defined routines to make sure everyone knows their roles, responsibilities, and what is expected of them so the home runs smoothly during the hectic work/school week. But once the weekend is here, I want the family to get up, get out and do something, or have a movie day lounging, or whatever whims comes to our minds.