After being gone for 2 1/2 years, I'm excited to back in Cleveland. I'm hoping to find someone who's interested in a relationship as I really don't enjoy serial dating. I guess you're wondering who I am.. Well, I'm a successful professional type who enjoys the finer things in life. That doesn't mean I don't mind sitting around an occasional campfire, but it's not a regular source of entertainment for me. I don't ride motorcycles or enjoy NASCAR and prefer you don't either. I'm kindhearted but am very confident in my decisions. I love domestic and international travel and would go to a different place every week if I could. I'm all about meeting new people and seeing new things. I have no tolerance for ignorance, bigotry or laziness. I also have an alternative semi-crazy side that sees life as an adventure and love to shake things up a bit. I'm very passionate and physical, so if you're ultra conservative or are shy about taking chances, I might not the right guy for you. I'm blunt, open and love to ask personal questions as a way to get to know you.
So who am I looking for? Well college educated, self reliant, kind with a positive outlook are important time. Someone who is financially stable (as I am) and who has the ability to travel on occasion. Be happy and easy to talk with, be witty and confident, supportive and down to earth. If you're not smiling in your pics, I usually pass you by. Sure, attractiveness is important but intelligence with a dash of goofy goes a long way. As far as kids go, I do have two who are very independent. I'm not looking to become a dad of younger kids again (sorry) as I want us to be free to spend lots of time together having us time.
Now with all this said, this is not a custom made world so don't take all this as a must have, but confidence and class are very important but tempering it with a desire not to take life too seriously keeps life fun. A full dose of wanderlust is critical.
My new favorite quote: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.”