I always told myself I would never sign up for Match. However, after ending a long term relationship, a lot of encouragement from friends, and a few glasses of wine; here I am.
I'm not great when it comes to describing myself, but I'll do my best. So, here is me in a nutshell...
I have realized over the years that you can take the girl out of Montana, but you can't take the Montana out of the girl. After living on the East Coast for almost ten years and always appreciating home more when away, I recently moved back to be closer to family and friends-who are my absolute everything. While I miss all that the big cities have to offer, I couldn't be happier being back in the heart of the Northwest.
Growing up in the Big Sky State, I couldn't help but develop a love for the great outdoors. With Big Mountain, Flathead Lake, and Glacier National Park in my backyard, I quickly became an avid biker, hiker, runner, and skier-all of which keep me active and are a big part of who I am today.
I'm a true believer in the quote, "The world is a book and those who do not travel, read only one page." Being bit by the bug at an early age, I've been fortunate enough to live and travel around the globe. I've had some amazing experiences. I'm fascinated by other cultures and I'm always hungry to see more of what the world has to offer-constantly looking forward to my next adventure.
While I play hard, I also work very hard. I started my own company a few years ago and absolutely LOVE my job. I'm very passionate about what I do, as it also enables me to travel, still do the things I love, while being close to home.
I have a big heart and consider myself fun, laid back, outgoing, positive, and spontaneous.
I'm pretty sarcastic, love Red Beer and spicy wings, and can dance a mean Irish jig. I'm also a HUGE Gonzaga Basketball Fan. So, if you tell me you root against the Zags, I might have to delete you;).
Feel free to send me a message me, if you think we would have fun hanging out. I'm always looking for a friend to hit the slopes with at Big Mountain.