I am a high school science teacher and coach.
I love to get out of the house whether it is a night out on the town, a bar, a sport event, church event, whatever. I do have my moments where I tend to be a homebody, but in general, I would rather get out and do something. I prefer to find someone that is just as active. I am not where I want to be yet, but want to be with someone that will keep me motivated to stay on track.
I tend to gravitate towards, tall, skinny/fit, white men. I am NOT interested in black men, so please save yourself and me both time and do not message me if that is you.
I am a very social person and spend a lot of time with friends. I also meet people and talk to random people pretty much everywhere I go. I tend to be a very positive person and have eliminated a lot of the negativity from my life just by removing some of the more negative people from my life. I feel like we can all go far with the right attitude, but I see how easy it is for people to drag you down with their negativity.
Sometimes I go to the meet me section and I'm swiping left so much that I accidentally swipe left on a potential yes. Does that happen to you too? If I swiped left, I probably meant to, so if you message me and don't hear back, take that as your sign that you are with the rest of the 95% I swipe left on and don't keep messaging me. I view profiles sometimes to get a closer look, then don't message. I probably wasn't interested, so don't be like that guy that harassed me and called me names for it. If you read this far and you think you still might have a chance, then please message me. The worst that can happen is that I don't respond and waste any more of your time.
I am not all that picky when it comes to a first date as long as it is fun and in a public place. I like to do all sorts of things from eating out to getting a drink somewhere, bowling, mini-golfing, meeting for coffee, even going to a theme park or anything else that sounds fun. Creativity wins points of course but typically I want to be pretty comfortable with you before moving away from the safety in numbers or public scene.