I smile a lot, I talk to people I don’t know, and I like to dive into the deep end and work it out from there. I don’t need drama or conflict to feel alive (like so many people seem to need), but am happy with just living. No. Not just living, but really living! Trying new things and also knowing when to relax and savor the moment . I have no time for people that are crabs, needy, or moody. Those things are self-indulgent and childish and will hold you back. We all have off days, but I think you know what I mean.
When it comes to finding the same trust, integrity, and love reflected back at me by a kindred spirit, I find myself adrift. It’s not a bad thing, because I haven’t crossed paths with the right person yet, but sometimes life needs a little nudge so here I am! I’m looking for someone who loves the theatre, art, good literature, the outdoors, movies, and trying things on a whim. I love a good philosophical discussion (or debate!), but equally love nonsensical banter that keeps us laughing into the early hours.
Hope to hear from you.
Note: My longest relationship was only two years. This may not seem like a long time and may be a bit alarming, but from my late teens to my mid 30's I was drifting. I took odd jobs and lived in places like Europe, Africa, The Middle East, and even spent some time in the Arctic Circle, so that kind of life style can make relationships kind of hard in the long run. What can I say, there was a road less travelled and I took it! :-P
Also, right now I'm currently looking for dating. My life is really, really busy right now with theater productions and other such endeavors.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Well, my first date with someone that I never met before would be at a public place for a cup of coffee or a drink even, but the date would be kept light and open.