My name is Bryan, it's nice to meet you. (Well at least your picture and some text for now... lol)
I like to have fun and enjoy myself no matter what I am doing. We only live once so we should do our best in everything and that includes laughing. :)
I love to maintain my health and vigor for life.
I love the outdoors and outdoor events.
I have my degree but had some GI Bill left over so I am currently in school again for Cyber Defense.
I have my heart and mind open for new and amazing people... I hope you fit the bill.
I love to write. I've won some poetry contests and have been published.
I love life and my country and my family and myself ( though I am always improving on me... you can never be too careful..lol)
I hope to meet someone eventually that I can give my heart to as well as love and protect theirs.
I have a wonderful family and would love to have my own someday.
I have never been married and don't have any kids. I am not really interested in someone that has kids. Not that I don't love kids but I want to start my own family together for the first time and enjoy that experience reciprocally.
I hope all is well with you and yours and hope you find your match. Wish me luck as well. :)
"Peter Ludlow writes in the Atlantic that the internet has turned the dating marketplace into a frictionless market that puts together buyer and seller without transaction costs. And that's a bad thing. 'Finding a partner used to be expensive, and the market was inefficient. If you lived in a large city, there were always people looking for partners, but the problem was how to find them.' But one advantage of inefficient dating markets is that in times of scarcity we sometimes take chances on things we wouldn't otherwise try while in times of plenty, we take the path of least resistance (someone who appears compatible) and we forgo difficult and prima facie implausible pairings. Another problem with frictionless online markets (PDF) is that assume we know what we are looking for. But sometimes we simply don't know what we are looking for until we stumble across it in a search for something else, says Ludlow. 'The result is often unexpected and beautiful. So it is with relationships; compatibility is a terrible idea in selecting a partner,' concludes Ludlow. 'We often make our greatest discoveries and acquire our greatest treasures when local scarcity compels us to be open to new and better things.'"
It doesn't have to be this way... It is what you make it. Keep your chin up. ;)
For a first date I would find something special or different going on around the city, make you feel extremely comfortable, and enjoy your company and get to know you while making you laugh.. ;)
I am looking for someone strong enough to tame me but in love with the parts of me that are wild.