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Meet eHarmony member #2480523625 A Single Woman in Northville, MI 32 / Analyst

Never Never I don't have kids

Asian/Pacific Islander

  • Gender: Female
  • Height: 5'1"
  • State: Michigan
  • City: Northville
  • Marital Status: Never Married
  • Has Kids: I don't have kids
  • Pets: I don't like pets
  • Education: Bachelors
  • University: university of michigan - ann arbor

Northville, MI Singles

Hi, I'm a Asian/Pacific Islander woman, living in Northville, looking for a great guy. I have a Bachelors Degree from university of michigan - ann arbor. I'm 5'1". I don't have any kids.

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More about me

The one thing I am passionate about...

I am passionate about technology, in particular, writing code or workflows to make processes more efficient and that aid the user. I really do love the part of my job that allows me to learn and write code that work in ways that haven't been used before, creating innovative solutions for obstacles that we encounter. It's a challenge intellectually, and when done right, the results are gratifying.

I typically spend my leisure time

During my free time, I like to take classes at my fit club, listen to music, watch funny videos or comedians, watch TV shows, play video games, watch movies, or play board games with family and friends.

The most influential person in my life has been

Of all the qualities I am looking for, the most important quality is honesty. I believe that honesty is one of the essential items needed to build a solid foundation for a relationship. Other than that, I'm looking for someone who is willing to share experiences with me. I am interested in exploring what life has to offer, and I'd love to meet someone who'd like to join me on that journey.

The first thing people notice about me

People notice my positivity and optimism, since I tend to be the person trying to find the silver lining to every cloud. Although I realize everything isn't always perfect, I choose to focus on and appreciate the good in life.

The last book I read and enjoyed

I recently started going to a book club, and the book they had chosen was what drew me in. The book is called "Escape" by Carolyn Jessop. It is about her life in the FLDS (Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints), her escape from it, and her adapting to life outside of the FLDS. It provides an interesting glimpse into the FLDS and illustrates how people continue to follow the faith. The contrast to "normal" life was interesting to read about.

The three things which I am most thankful for

  1. The support I've been so lucky to receive from my friends
  2. Family and friends who continually open my mind to new experiences and places
  3. Stable job that has allowed me to live my life and take care of family when needed

The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me

Since I am so optimistic and polite, people tend to try to censor their behavior in an effort to keep from offending me. I wish that people would realize that I'm actually very easy going, so they should feel free to communicate comfortably with me.

Friends Describe me as

Energetic, Funny, Genuine, Sweet

A little more about me

I'm kind of close to my family and spend a lot of time with them. I like to work out every week, but I more enjoy hanging out at home and/or watching a good movie. I don't really have any desire to travel, but I'm open to seeing new places, trying new foods, etc. - anything that doesn't involve too much physical danger! And although I might want to have kids in the future, I do not want any soon.

What I like to read

Contemporary Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Thrillers

Sports I enjoy watching


Music I like to perform

Rock and Pop

Movies I like to Watch

Animation, Educational

Favorite Movies to Watch

up!, meet the parents, the green mile

TV I like to Watch

Comedy, Crime Drama, Drama

My Favorite TV Shows

new girl, law & order: special victims unit, the ringer