I have a very entertaining personality, I love to entertain, and make people laugh. I could become a stand up comedian if I was a good writer. I like nerdy people, maybe cause I am one sometimes! I can be quite a nut some times, but I do know how to be serious, or act "Normal" (what ever that means). I like hanging out with friends and family. I want a girly girl, you know? I like that! One of my favorite things to do is to get into the car (I love driving) and just get lost. Ill go driving aimlessly through Hollywood with my friends, and find very interesting places. The fellowship between friends during trips like that is great. I also love attending cruse nights at my car club. I love women who have a beautiful voice and know how to use it! I love choir, so the idea of some one who likes to sing is good. I want someone who will be up front and honest with me about everything, and who is not afraid to speak her mind. I tend to act silly around people that I am comfortable with, and I love to make people laugh. My friends tend to describe me as goofy. But trust me, I can get quite serious if I need to be. I tend to be slightly shy and quiet when I'm in a group or situation that I’m not familiar with but I open up quickly, and often become the life of the party.
I do not see the first date as an interview as some people wry making it. I am just out to have fun, and see if we could be compatible. A good first meeting with someone new is best spent in a public place where we can goof around, and a have fun and interesting conversation, like a coffee shop, or a fast food restaurant, the mall maybe, window shopping can be interesting. A good first date would be a nice dinner for two in a semi-romantic setting, but nothing at all formal, followed by a nice walk. We could go window-shopping in Hollywood, or go to Universal Citywalk, or some such place, a walk on the pier or on the beach. Or, we could just be spontaneous and play it by ear! Church events are another possibility. Just anywhere we can really start to get to know each other in a comfortable, non-threatening environment.