This weekend it is with distinct pleasure that we bring you, Nevillean who we learned by the way is an avid reader of Weekend Confidential.
This smart, sassy 25-year-old said that our Web Review section, for example, has taught her a thing or two.
“I enjoy being on the Internet,” Nevillean said, “There’s like a force out there that just keeps you glued to that computer. That’s how I stay in contact with my friends.”
This Rotaracter (she’s a member of the Rotaract Club of Georgetown Central) is surprisingly single. Yes, guys. Nevillean Dundas is single. She says that it’s by choice, which we kind of figured since if it was up to the choice of the guys around her, we would bet that she wouldn’t have been.
“I’ve seen to many people make mistakes,” Nevillean told Weekend Confidential, “I just haven’t found Mr. Right.”
So what is she looking for in this Mr. Right? Well the only superficial thing is that he must not be short, an understandable prejudice from the tall, elegant young woman.
He must have very good character and he must be someone who loves children and who is open-minded. Nevillean says that she wants somebody who complements you. Her perfect man is someone who she can be herself around. He must also be able to adapt to social settings.
“I like a man who knows what he wants and who goes after it,” Nevillean said, “He mustn’t only have ambitions but he must be a go-getter, somebody who will go after them.”
Oh yes, and he must believe in God.
Until she finds him, Nevillean says that she enjoys spending time with her family.
“I think sometimes we take for granted the opportunities we have with those closest to you,” she says.
Rrecently, Nevillean had an epiphany of sorts. She told WC Profile that she was up in Linden when she saw a book of poems by Martin Carter. After reading it, Nevillean has started writing poetry herself.