Mt. Pleasant, texas vegetarians, vegans and raw foodist events and singles dating
is a 27 year old, Unitarian female.
Living in Mt. Pleasant, texas
Stats never tell a full picture. Originally from Seattle, but now in rural Northeast Texas. I divorced after 6 years of marriage and a decade of being together. My ex-husband is now a woman and lives many states away, so I'm doing it alone. And to be honest, I'm managing well. I don't need a replacement father. I don't officially need anything. I appreciate company, a quick wit, and an independent person who is willing to co-invest their time to grow with me. I just got out of a year long relationship with someone who tried to grow with me, but ultimately preferred bachelorhood. I appreciated his honesty and the fact that he tried to stretch himself outside of his comfort zone. But ultimately, I'm not looking to waste another decade of my life. I'm not into booty calls or casual hookups. I'm into purposeful dating, where we evaluate whether we're right for each other in the long haul. And if it does'nt work out, then we can be adults about it, be friendly, and move on.
Why VeggieDate? Because I've found that being vegan outside the home, ovo-vegetarian at home is often times a lot to of an omnivore. For some, that's a huge barrier as I don't allow meat in my home and it makes me uncomfortable to have meat eaten on dates by a close, intimate partner. I am vegan outside the home--I don't trust anyone else's eggs. At home, I am ovo-vegetarian, only eating the eggs from my rescued chickens (rehabbed from commercial farming operations around here). Never any milk. Very rarely any honey (and I honestly can't remember the last time I had any.) But if that's a problem for a partner who is a good fit for me, I can cut that out (and feed the eggs back to the chickens instead).
Here's what you need to know about me: I've got a big heart. I run a pending 501c3 animal rescue for the past 5 years for both companion and livestock animals. If barking dogs, the mooing of cows, the bleating of sheet, or the crow of a rooster bothers you, I'm not your person. I love small house living and appreciate going through waves of minimalization to get down to what truly makes me happy. (I have entertained the idea of moving to a complete tiny home at some point in time when feasible.) My position as a professor gives me plenty of time for travel, domestically and internationally. I've recently hiked Enchanted Rock in Texas Hill Country and done the Silicon Valley tour outside of San Fran with plans for Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Mexico this summer, and have (in the past) gone to Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, China, England, and France).
I keep a tight schedule, but I free up time for the important things in life. I expect a partner to do the same. When I'm not teaching, I'm feeding animals, mucking kennels, taking Zumba classes at my local gym, and making memories with my child.
I'm looking first for compatability. If there's no emotional depth with us--or the potential to be--then there is no point.
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