Why is it so hard to describe yourself? I’d like to describe myself as warm, caring, friendly, committed, helpful, dependable, loyal person. I’m a good listener, open minded and more of a traditional person, but also likes to try new things every so often.
I can be an introvert upon initial meeting, but once I've gotten comfortable with someone the extrovert in me comes out. I am a very family oriented person who enjoys hanging out with family and friends during my down time. I enjoy being around people and love good laughs.
I am an active person in the sense that I like to be out and about. In the spring/summer, I like to catch a few game at the home San Francisco Giants.
I enjoy traveling and taking pictures of places I've seen and been. Some places visited have been Hawaii, Alaska, Seattle, New York, New England states, Scandinavian countries, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Miami, Canada, Mexico, Hong Kong and Philippines. Every once in a while I also like to play “tourist” more locally in my own city. I hope to continue traveling locally and a far.
Well I hope you’ve gotten a snapshot of what I’m like and would like to get to know others with similar interests and personalities and preferably someone taller than me. If you send me a thoughtful message, I'll be sure to reply back. Disclaimer: I don't typically reply to one liner messages. If you're profile does not quite match what I am looking for, I'll still reply letting you know that, but please don't take it personally!!
Happy Fishing All!!
"Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow ripening fruit." Aristotle
"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind" - Dr. Seuss
I'd like to do something that will allow us to talk, laugh and get to know each other; a walk along the Embarcadero, grab some pastries/dessert or a cup of coffee/tea.
"We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love." Dr. Seuss