Well just a quick dissection of myself to spark your interest perhaps....Born and raised in New York. I have my bachelors from Penn State. I had your typical 9-5 suit job but felt like something was missing, decided to follow my first passion which is golf and made the transition in to my second career and true calling. I have a passion for teaching and playing competitively. I'm outgoing, driven, hard working and super sarcastic. I'm as genuine as it gets and kindhearted. I'm a gentleman first and foremost, my momma raised me right! :) But don't get me wrong because I'm not some pushover and I'll speak my mind. Not a big party type anymore but spontaneity is always a plus. I'm a simple guy doing what I love and enjoying where my path has taken me. I live life as happy as can be, I know when to be mature but I also am a big kid at heart. I like to stay upbeat and prefer someone who can keep me on my toes. I'm also a typical New Yorker and I tell it like it is, no sense in sugar coating anything. I may be blunt at times but I speak the truth and I am who I am :)
I also enjoy random road trips with good music and quality people. I like to surround myself with positive vibes and good times.
Ooooohhhhh and I'm absolutely in-love with my nephew! It's shocking how such an innocent and amazing miracle can change a person's attitude
Firm believer in that if you love what you do and have a passion for it, you won't work a day in your life.
Most important: trust and honesty is a must to be able to make a relationship work! Chivalry is not dead either, I'm a rare breed :)
And yes I do offer free delivery and no I don't use msg when cooking fried rice. Not embarrassed of who or what I am, I embrace it :) even if my people can't pronounce our R's and L's :) tudarooooo!
If your glass is half empty, you need to go and order another round!
Once a cheater, always a cheater...there's no way around that. Second chances are for the weak.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Stop being so shallow and learn how to swim in the deep end