I'm the life of the party, even when I'm not there. I've been the 9th caller and won the tickets to the concert, without even calling the station. I became a rocket scientist, astronaut, rock star, and Olympian, all in the same month. I caught a bullet once, with chopsticks. I once climbed a mountain, just to see if I left my keys there. Turns out they were in my pocket the whole time.
I play soccer for a semi pro team in Sacramento, I ride a 2005 Harley Davidson Sportster, and I do gymnastics. I run, sprint, ride, and flip a lot.
for those of you who have read my profile before, I will not be leaving anymore, and I am now staying here. I was working on getting myself into graduate school, to get my master's in Aerospace Engineering. Then something happened in my family that made me put my grad school career on hold (feel free to ask me about it, but I won't put it here, only curious parties who ask will learn).
This is what I want: I want a connection. I want to be able to lay down on the grass at a park somewhere, on top of a blanket or a towel, with you laying next to me, staring at the clouds. Maybe we cuddle and fall asleep, maybe we'll just talk about what comes to mind. THAT'S what I'm looking for. Not a one night stand, that connection. But I understand those kinds of things take time, and it seems like everyone is weary about who they date, so I like to take things one step at time, date a while, establish a bond of friendship, not rush things, and let things evolve naturally.
I've read a lot of profiles that say something like: "if you message me, say something more than 'hi', 'what's up?'". I get that. What I don't like is when someone writes in the headline "insert clever/funny/witty headline here" and puts "if you want to know, just ask". That's annoying, and shows you're not putting effort. You're not showing me you're funny, you're not showing me you're cool, why SHOULD I ask?
So I know you actually read my profile, message me with the word "thárros".
Coffee, and conversation, get to know each other, and let the experience unfold naturally, don't rush anything and let it evolve.