First and foremost I LOVE TO JOKE AROUND! I love laughing, humour and creativity. I'm of bi-racial ethnicity and proud of it.
I'm back on here fishing and I'm completely writing this over as I've changed a bit since my first time writing this. Born and raised in Toronto. Live alone with my cats and lead a simple life. I believe love and happiness are the greatest gifts that can be found in life, but can be very hard to find.
I'd describe myself as a laid-back (with a competitive side), relaxed animal lover that doesn't take things too seriously and is always up for a good laugh. I'm not a softy and I like to tease within boundaries and I don't mind being teased back. I kind of have an automatic defence mode, I won't stand there and say nothing is something is bother me or someone is on my case and not doing anything wrong. I'm not afraid to admit when I'm wrong either. I don't drink too much anymore, I got all of that out of me in my 20's. I don't need alcohol to boost my confidence as I am confident enough.
I'm a 9 to 5er who works in an office environment, but I'm thinking of going back to school to pursue a career in social work. I find helping people is much more satisfying than fixing someone's computer (though I do I love working with computers).
I find myself preferring to stay at home and relaxing these days. I like watching movies, tv shows and hockey (the Chicago Blackhawks are my team)
On love & relationships, I know that "crazy lost in love" exists. I've been fortunate enough to experience crazy in love once, even if it was only for a brief period of time. It would be nice to have that again, but I'm not putting any expectations on finding that on here. I believe that the right two people can come together once in a blue moon and create something special. I absolutely do not believe in "settling", when I know it's possible to find someone really special.
I'll update with more info later, but if you have any questions you can send me a message.
Coffee, Dinner, movie, walk/talk, museum, etc. Not a clubber/partier anymore.