The first profile I wrote bored the tears out of even me - professional, financially independant, attractive blah blah blah. I live alone with my dog. Does this make me suspect or is it only the women with 14 cats that are considered crazy? I love my dog and actually find a discussion about the changes in his poop somewhat interesting (are you reconsidering the 'crazy' option?)
My personal hell would be living in the suburbs and shopping at Costco and Walmart. Living on a lake in a house with a double claw-foot tub and a fireplace? That would be my heaven.
If I had nine lives I would be an architect, an international journalist, an art dealer, a sculptor, wonder woman, mother theresa, a psychic and a skydiver (I would obviously prefer to be a psychic skydiver to avoid imminent death)
Other than my first criteria (love my dog), it is imperative that you read (and not the instruction manual to your X-Box). My musical taste is ecclectic but I rely on my sister and friends for guidance (my 70's upbringing has left a genetic imprint that implores me to buy Neil Diamond CDs). I have been know to shake my booty to the muzak in Ikea. You might not call it dancing.
I pretend to love gyms, evidenced by the fact that I join them frequently. Really, is $300 too much to pay for one afternoon of working out? I much prefer to get my excercise outdoors and yes my dog and I do take long romantic walks on the beach weekly. I would prefer however that my date didn't roll in dead seals.
If my life is even remotely interesting to you, you know the drill.
PS. Because Halifax is so incredibly small and I am a medical professional, I will send my picture to you when I reply.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
meet for strong (decaf) coffee
be nervous and awkward
try to look cool
bring my dog for back up