Alright, so I think I need to rework my introduction a bit. First off, please look through my entire profile before deciding to message me or not, and please don't be afraid (for lack of a better word) to send me a message first either. Second, I am ultimately looking for a long term relationship, hopefully culminating in marriage and all that. However, given the fact that I have an incredibly busy semester, I've made the decision to expand what I'm looking for. I don't feel that I have the time to devote to a serious long term relationship or anything of that sort at the moment. So instead I'm looking for a nice, decent, intelligent woman who may be in a situation like myself this semester and is looking to let loose and see how the rest of the world lives. What exactly that entails or anything, I'm not certain at this point. Don't get me wrong though, if that special someone comes along, then I'd gladly pursue that.
Now for a brief description of myself...
I suppose the best way to describe myself is that I'm an engineer: introverted, intelligent, nerdy, and somewhat socially inept. (Google "The knack Dilbert") Along with that part of my personality, I am an avid outdoorsman. Fishing, camping, hiking, biking, etc. Just about the only thing I won’t do is skydiving or something along those lines. Haha. I love spending time with my family and close circle of friends. I also am a dog person. My family has 2 snow labs back up north who are just crazy. Nothing really against cats, but a number of people in my family are allergic, so I suppose I'm a bit biased.
A few other interests are
Learning (Whether it's watching an educational show or reading a magazine)
Traveling (Haven't been to very many places, but I would love to!)
Flying (Working on getting my private pilot's license)
Scuba Diving (I'm a certified open water diver)
Reading a good book (The last book I read was the compiled adventures of Sherlock Holmes)
I graduated last spring with my Bachelors degree in Aerospace Engineering. I’m now in my 3rd semester of the Master’s degree program with about another year to go (assuming all goes according to plan). I’m also teaching the wind tunnel lab, which has been a great experience! Teaching has been quite fun, minus those few troublemakers of course. :P
I’ll leave my self-description at that for now. After all, we need some mystery to talk about!
Something somewhat out of the ordinary. Maybe a nice walk on the beach followed by a pizza. Maybe a game of mini-golf. I'd enjoy just heading out on the water fishing for an afternoon. Something where we can actually talk and get to know one another besides sitting silent in a movie theater.
There's always laying out under the stars as well. Hard to beat that!