5' 3" (160 cm)
108 lbs (49 kg)
* The level of English
is evaluated by the Lady herself
Her Type of Man
I love guys that don't take themselves too seriously but have confidence in themselves without having to prove their masculinity. I am very much a woman and truly appreciate the traits of a man. I value honesty, intelligence, and a sense of humor above all else, and I especially love a guy that makes me laugh. Believe me, when it comes to size...your brain matters to me the most
I think in the long run, I am seeking what most of us seek, and that is simply companionship, romance, and yes, passion. This will sound trite and old-fashioned, but I truly want to feel butterflies in my stomach! I want to be REALLY kissed, slowly, tenderly, and with all the patience and passion in the world. I want meaningful touch, playful flirting and intelligent conversations. Surely there is a man out there that meets those qualifications?
I am a pretty easy person to figure out, I think. But I also love life, love people, and am open-minded and liberal enough to let people be who they want to be without judgment. I am a nurturer at heart, and would love to treat a man like he deserves to be treated, with my utmost respect and admiration while taking care of home and family. But I also like working and "bringing home my share of the bacon", as well. Healthy relationships to me are partnerships - friendships, with mental as well as physical attraction and stimulation. Good communication and honesty is imperative!
My hobby is reading. Some people think that as more and more people have televisions in their homes, fewer and fewer people will buy books and newspapers.elevision has not killed reading, however. Today newspapers and magazines are sold in very large numbers. And books of every kind are sold more than ever before. Books are still a cheap way to get information and entertainment.
Although some books with hard covers are expensive, many books are published today as paperback books, which are reasonably cheap. A paperback novel, for example, is almost always cheaper than an evening in the cinema or theatre, and you can keep a book forever and read it many times.Books at home are a wonderful source of knowledge and pleasure, and some types of books should be in every home. Every home should have dictionaries. Every home should have an atlas of the world, with large maps. A good encyclopedia is useful, too, because there you can find information on any subject.
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