?Are you a wonderful woman, perhaps a fellow geek or fisherwoman, a yin to my yan, absent of chaos, educated, balanced, creative, communicative, and open-minded.
I am younger than my years and wiser than my wrinkles...
I am honest and hardworking, an only child, somewhat introverted (INTJ).. the archetypical independent scorpio.
I enjoy good art, live and acoustic music, museums, scientific study, weekend getaways, architectural design, single malt scotch or the occasional red wine...
Being a coastal Floridian, all of my life, my batteries get recharged in nature -- watching the clouds and lightning of the passing fronts, sunrises/sunsets, back-bay fishing, and incoming tides. I can navigate by the stars, live off of the land, disarm drunken idiots, give one helluva massage, and remodel the entire house...
to be continued..
on a side note, the "pigeon-hole" fields of this site annoy me.. (warning ranty unfiltered observations)
* I don't own a car.. i own a truck, a boat, a house, etcetera -- should this materialism make someone more attractive?
* "long term commitment" versus "nothing serious" as a defining selection criteria? If the spark is there, then things evolve.. that's why "falling in", is more rewarding than "looking for".. I am seeking a long term relationship, but I'm not going to stress over it. (haven't yet)
* "longest relationship" as a defining selection criteria? I laugh at this one, and then i grow ironically concerned, that I haven't taken 5+ years to realize i was perpetuating a bad decision.. Apologies, perhaps this is resultant of my own childhood experiences, but i don't regard long relationships resulting in divorce, as a success story of personal judgement.
* the answers i have provided, while true, haven't resulted in an Amy Gardner, Abby Sciuto, Lorelai Gilmore, Kara Thrace, or Joan Harris gracing "my Matches" -- so what does that say about the analytics.. (all fictional strong female leads)