Actions not adjectives
Adjectives just say what I think of myself but actions are evidence of words like hardworking and determined: I earned a Stanford master's, had a strong career at a thriving company in Silicon Valley, I managed the Indy-car team I co-owned to its series' championship, crossed the country on a motorcycle, and I maintain a body fat percentage under 10. The toughest thing I've done that I'll keep doing til I die is continuing to smoothly adapt to living with the severe traumatic brain injury a stranger gave me in '97: He tried to kill me by driving into me while I was on the sidewalk but was "only" able to crack my skull with his windshield and put me in a three week coma (If I thought there were a god I'd thank her that I didn't lose any intelligence and was neither blinded nor paralyzed.)
I wrote to you because you seem kind - the characteristic I want the most - and self-confident. I also appreciate wisdom, not just degrees; reasonable fitness, I eat and exercise to keep my stomach flat; and humor, I grin when I tell someone, “I’d explain it to you but I’m out of puppets and crayons” and when I ponder which I've done if I try to fail but succeed.
Professionally, I'm designing a digital video analysis tool with a PGA member to coach other golfers with. Away from the office, since the company not the activity matters I can travel with you but wouldn't alone. I've never been an ardent fan of any team or sport but could enjoy watching games with you. I’m handy around the house and I dance: ballroom, swing, and hustle, Travolta style (in my dreams :).
When we meet you'll see that I am easy to get along with, humorous, self-confident, and chivalrous.
P.S. Do you have to clear the snow from your car in the winter? If we don’t have a garage then every morning in the winter I’ll clear the snow from her car and warm it up for the lady in my life. I know she could do it but a gentleman won't let her.