I'm in search of a woman who sees the world in a particular way. Who enjoys simple things in life, can enjoy sitting in peaceful silence without a phone in her hand, and whose thoughts sing a special song of harmony that feels compelled to resonate with another's. Perhaps my song complements yours. You don't necessarily need to be introverted, but you should be independent. The kind of woman who has good judgement I can respect, and be mature enough to be above drama and pettiness. Old soul types are great matches. Enjoy bantering and teasing each other, being outdoors. Love to learn and try new things, a spirit willing to adventure and break some rules on occasion. No hard drugs, no children, in decent shape please. Ages 20-33
About me: I'm from a far off, distant land on the East Coast. Work fulltime, car, apartment, cat, etc. I have a dreamy, whimsical personality. I'm introverted, reliable, loyal and level headed. I solve problems with logic and analytical thinking, but let my emotions dictate what I do whenever possible, safe, or worth the risk. I've been labeled as "intense" on occasion and believe that equality and the struggle to understand your partner are keys to great relationships. I believe you should strive to do more for your partner than you do for yourself. I love weather; my favorite days are rolling overcast skies, threatening rain and warm wind on my face. All I really want out of life is to be happy, and the last piece of that puzzle is someone to love and build a life with. Spend warm summer twilights with, hiking a trail, playing a game of chess, cooking an interesting supper together, seeing a movie, occasionally commit minor crimes. Learn each other's hobbies, enjoy lots (and lots?) of intimacy. Normal stuff, see where adventure times can take us. Oh, and I'm 420 friendly :)
Not much else to it. I'm not a fan of extended writing without a face to face though; in my experience, the longer you talk, the harder things get. So please be open to a neutral meeting, hopefully soon after we get through the basics. Lunch? Disc golf? Airplane? Let's see what there is to see.
I really would rather have a first date as quickly as comfortably possible after making written contact. I don't answer/write to people who have short or nonexistent profiles, so if we're talking then I already have a high interest.
What I tend to do is this: A long walk somewhere for icebreaking. The ocean, an easy hiking trail, off a short pier. This should be enough time to see if the person is right. After that, we can do anything, typically dinner if we're still interested, as long as everything I ask you isn't "I don't know." (That was long date, for sure)