I moved out to Boston from Kansas a few years ago, and I'm loving it. The culture shock is not anywhere near as bad as people imagine it to be, and you will lose points for every Wizard of Oz joke made.
I'm a very outgoing person, sometimes a little outspoken as well. I love to laugh and promise to make you smile, sometimes blush, and almost never cry. I'm ambitious in my career and life, I like to set goals for success and plan for a better future. Being able to afford to travel anywhere I want, anytime I want is my ultimate financial goal. For my ultimate life goals, you'll have to get to know me a little.
I'm open to lots of different adventures. I fully believe that life is worth living just for the stories. If you have a chance to something that will give you a new story to tell, then do it. I never want to look back on my life and wish I had done more with it. This leads to me being spontaneous and living outside of my comfort zone a lot.
I have driven 16 hours to Mardi Gras, 20 minutes after seeing a news story for Fat Tuesday.
I have flown to Hawaii a week after a lunch conversation with a roommate about how neither of us had ever been.
I have lost a job, posted a resume, accepted a new job across the country, drove from Kansas to Boston, found and moved into a new apartment, and went to work Monday morning, all in 96 hours. (Great, I just gave away the ending to my great, "Why did you move to Boston?" answer, but the build is still worth a listen)
Of course I'd like to find that special someone, but I'm not sure you can get there by forcing it. I'd rather meet people open to possibilities who are willing to just let things happen as they come naturally. If you want to find the person that is perfect for you, you have to willing to risk ending up alone.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Anywhere we can talk and get to know more about each other is fine with me. I don't like the idea of first dates as auditions. I can have fun with just about anyone anywhere. Lets go for a drink and see what we have in common.