If you are under 60, a woman, a walking, talking, typing erection...don't whisper me.
She loved Him, not because He was perfect, but because He was imperfect.
His demons complemented her own and she never had to apologize for being real.
He understood her, He mad her feel safe and protected and that was how she knew He was flawed, because He never tried to fix her.
He ran with her demons and together they created magic.
It was the words that I fell for...and in the end, it was the words that broke my heart. Fortunately...it fixed my vision, so I saved myself.
I over think...which often leads to someone's undoing, sometimes even mine.
I have forgiven myself for my past mistakes and it empowered me.
I have lost and found myself countless times, so, I consider myself a work in progress. When we cease to grow and learn, we cease to live.
I value peace and tranquility over attention, so not everyone has access to me.
I am not stand offish, I am self protective, there is a difference.
Life is short, find joy when and where you can.
I'm not waiting for a hero.
I don't need anyone to complete me.
I am not lonely, I am whole and complete within myself.
I like poetry, music, real conversations, genuine people and being silly.
Toxic, negative, dramatic people suck the life out of me, so I avoid them.
I'll say hi (sometimes) it doesn't mean I like you, I'm being polite.
What I want is someone who makes me laugh, who understand that I have a serious side and that I am an empath, I can feel your negativity and I will avoid you at all costs, I can see through your lies and I'll play along until you bore me, then I'll call you on all of them.
I don't make small talk, so don't bother wasting your time or mine.
When my back is against the wall...I come out fighting.
I talk when I have something to say and most often, chat is just a way to kill time, I'll never receive a participation trophy, because, well, I don't participate.
I, with a deeper instinct, choose a man who compels my strength, who makes enormous demands on me, who does not doubt my courage or my toughness, who does not believe me naive or innocent, who has the courage to treat me like a woman. ~Anais Nin
“I love redheads. It’s not the hair color, it’s the crazy.” ~ Michael Makai, Domination & Submission: The BDSM Relationship Handbook