Before you send me a message, please note: 'hi,' 'hey there,' or other simple statements as 'yo,' automatically get deleted. Please give me a little more to respond to ;)
Born and raised in the Bay Area, I originally came to Fresno to finish my Bachelors Degree, then moved back to the Bay, traveled quite a bit, then here I am six years later back in the Valley after receiving a good job offer, so it's time to reconnect with old friends and make some new ones!
I'm looking for a guy who has interests all across the board or willing to try new and exciting things. Some interests and hobbies of mine include the outdoors/nature, photography, hanging out with friends, walking and hiking, traveling, casual bike riding, playing various sports, writing, reading, I love to cook and make up random recipes, etc. I think others would describe me as adventurous and fun with a "I'll give almost everything a try" sort of attitude.
One of my biggest life long goals is to visit at least 50 different countries in my lifetime. So far, I've been to 14 so I am off to a good start! I would love to teach English in Thailand, bungee jump off the highest bridge in New Zealand, and spend some time in the Outback.
Although I have a sketchy outline of what I'm looking for in a guy, one thing is for sure, you can't be allergic to animals. Sorry, I have them and they aren't going anywhere. I love a guy who is intelligent (including correct grammar - sorry, I hate shorthanded text talk or sounding "ghetto"). In addition, a guy who is into staying healthy and active, likes to laugh and of course have a good time. Big bonuses for you guys if you participate and/or have an interest in the following occasional hobbies of mine: scuba diving, rock climbing, backpacking, snowshoeing, tennis, kayaking, Triathalons, traveling, cruises, and beyond!
A word of caution, I do not plan on ever having children, so although there are many of you that seem fun, cool, and are attractive, I just don't want to get involved with someone who's heart is set on having little ones.
There's plenty more to learn, but some things are better learned in person :)