I'm currently in the military and I have moved a lot in the last decade, and it has been great seeing other parts of the US and world. In the future, I'd like to have the chance to truly become part of a community and to stay close to family and friends. Despite that I have a rather lengthy bucket list of things that I would like to experience and places that I would like to visit. I’m currently working on my MBA and will finish a Masters in Management in May when I intend to leave active duty. I’ll likely apply for a management position in a company that has a military to civilian transition program (Such as Amazon.) The only major personal project that I am currently involved with is clearing and developing four acres that I have in southern Indiana near my grandparent’s home. My hobbies and interests fluctuate rather heavily over time and based on the season. Usually outdoors activities such as hiking, archery, and kayaking in the summer and Netflix, my kindle (Which has effectively replaced my storage unit of books), and online gaming in the winter. I really enjoy gastropubs, craft beers, and interesting local eateries. In the near future, I'm planning to take up brewing or winemaking.
I am looking for someone who is ambitious, has some interests in common with me, laidback, loyal, positive, practical, and wants a family. I like people are simultaneously whimsical and serious. Wisdom is underrated as much as sanity is over rated.
I identify with entirely too many of those personality options. Do people really want to pigeonhole themselves like that?
Depends upon any common interests that we share. I attempt to be creative, but sometimes that can obscure the purpose of dating: Enjoy the company of another and learn more about them. Dinner seems to be a standard first date for some very good reasons in that regard.