Hi! Well, I'm finding with each new experience in this online dating world that there is something to learn from, and one of those is being able to refine each time a little more what I am really looking for in a relationship. I hope that doesn't sound conceited, but in reality with each date one is able to decide what works best, and what doesn't work and, after all, aren't we all looking for that great match!?
I'm told that I am an interesting and intelligent guy by my friends (aren't friends great for an occasional ego boost?) I work from home for a small software company and enjoy the freedom that it allows to kind of set my own schedule. At this point in my life I'm looking for a real connection with someone. I believe that some people think that relationships are always a struggle and they thrive on that drama. I feel that, though they are certainly work, there are good matches out there that make for a supportive and positive environment in both of our lives, without all of the distractions. So that's it for the sensitive stuff.
Aside from work I do enjoy riding my motorcycle(s) and going out with friends to live shows, for drinks, and other activities in town or out. I'm always up for exploring more of the crazily expanding scene around town.
I'll be up-front and say that I don't work out on a regular basis but I am also not sedentary. I get out with my dog a couple of times a day and enjoy lots of activities like a nice bike ride, hike, or maybe even just a day trip somewhere. As I mentioned, I do enjoy motorcycling so I would hope that you don't have anything against it. I seem to be taking a break from another one of my regular hobbies which is playing/writing music. Maybe you'll be my muse?
I have pretty eclectic tastes in lots of things. Tend towards independent films and music. I don't watch a lot of TV and I tend not to get too absorbed in serial programs. There are very few types of food that I don't like and I'm always up to try something new. Trying new restaurants is a favorite pastime. I like to go out but mainly to smaller places, I tend to be kind of a connoisseur of dive bars I suppose, but they are becoming harder and harder to find as Denver goes through its growth spurt. I like to go out and catch live music in smaller venues.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Well, I like trying different restaurants so perhaps a meal somewhere new. Doesn't have to be fancy, even a cup of coffee would be fine or maybe just a drink at some nice spot. Who knows, might be fun!