By the way, No longer living and working in Mexico.
I only have a dozen or so character flaws. The major ones involve neediness and boundary issues, but I'm working on it and the implant in my arm assures the doctors that I can be let out in public without the muzzle.
Otherwise I promise - I can disappoint you beyond your wildest dreams. Oh, specifics... I sing and dance badly. I may only sing in the car, but the dancing I do in public. My cooking is over salted and undercooked and I will subject you to it. That and a fabulous night at the emergency room should have you dying to see me.
So if you’re a masochist, give me a wink. Then we can get together, drink some sangria, eat some tapas and justify our existence in fifty words or less. You know, the regular job interview stuff, I mean dating, I mean hanging out stuff. Whatever.
As for you...
You're probably a fairly bright girl. You're probably a little feisty. If you can make me laugh you're completely in. You’re probably really diverse. You’re a little punk, but you’re a lawyer. You know, fun but deeply nerdy. Second languages and accents are a huge turn on. An appreciation of the finer things while absolutely not needing them is probably important. Being informed about the world is a nice touch. A sense of humor is critical. That said, if you are all of the above then not caring that you’re a rock star will just ice that cake. Oh, and cute glasses.
Currently, I travel a lot to Mexico trying to establish my business. It's a medical tourism business. Right now I spend lots of time away and don't make any money for my efforts, but I am building a network of medical professionals that can take on patients. The point here is that it isn't always the best starting point. It can make me a little shy.