I'm navigating my life without a co-pilot for the first time in a long time, and while it's nice to fly solo, shared experiences are usually better than solo ones.
I value great conversation with intelligent people more than anything else in life. Listening to smart people say things that you have thought but never been able to put into words is one of life's great pleasures. Hearing a smart person say something that is the exact opposite to what you think can be even better. As much as I like live music, or great restaurants, or interesting bars, a bottle of wine or a few beers and a picnic table filled with interesting people is about the hottest spot I can think of, no matter where it is.
On a more superficial level, I'm tall. I'm an ENFP. I am sort of an unabashed inner loop snob. That has much less to do with people than it has to do with traffic and distance and I desire to live my life doing stuff rather than sitting behind the wheel of my car. If you live in Katy or The Woodlands, I'm sure you're awesome. Maybe you work out there. Maybe you really needed space. But if you do, I trust you're the type person who has actually driven by downtown without being on your way to an Astros game, Galveston, or back to Louisiana. Though I've heard about it on radio traffic reports for years, I have the luxury of never having seen Barker Cypress Road.
All the pics are current. And you know I'm not lying because otherwise I'd have a more thorough hairline.
I like to find the one song on your iPhone to play that you really wish you'd never downloaded; usually The Divinyls or Chumba Wumba.
I enjoy that first autumn morning you wake up and have to run back inside to grab a jacket before you leave the house.
I have taken 6 minutes off my 5K in the last year or so. It is AMAZING what being newly single will do for your motivation regarding fitness. I'm sure that's just a coincidence though.