Hey there! Here's to the terrible part!!
First off, yes I'm a lawyer, but it doesn't define who I am. There's a lot of stigma, both good and bad that come from that title, but for me, it's just something I worked hard to acheive the degree, and then I took a ridiculous test, and now I have a few sheets of paper that look fancy on my wall. When people meet me for the first time, they tend not to believe me. I tend to be a bit silly and sarcastic a lot of the time. To be honest, the lovely economy has made life as a lawyer a bit difficult, so there might be more school for me in the near future.
Lots of my hobbies are listed so that might help. If you aren’t pretty heavy into movies you might want to turn away. I'm up for trying new things;dining out, doing any activity that involves water, traveling, playing with my amazing dog, my weekly poker game and a lot of other things that I'm sure I'll think of once I hit the submit button. Camping, cooking, bowling, and playing pool just came to mind. I'd love to become a film critic for an online magazine,
Someone once told me to brag about myself on these things and I hate doing that, but I'll name a couple and you can decide. DONT TAKE THIS STUFF TO SERIOUSLY!! I'm too humble but wine is helping me at this moment. I think most of these things are prettty superfcial. but I gotta stand out somehow. I'd like to think that I'm funny; same for intelligence. My high school yearbook says so; so there. One of my law profs told me that I had brilliant intuition and no guts. I'm working on it. If I had any guts, I'd go the the Funny Bone and give it a try a little stand up. But that's a pretty intimidating thing to do and I'd probably need a chair. It would be more of a "sit up". (that there was a terrible joke; I take pride in knowing the difference".
I've been an athlete my whole life, tennis and swimming for the most part. I work out but not quite enough and I'm going to be increasing that pretty soon at a gym downtown. And..I've been approached by two modeling agents; although it was a while back. One of em was in a wheelchair too!!
I can be a little goofy in good way, if I want to be but I'll turn on the smart at any point and win an argument if need be. I Adore my parents and my older brother. I share my dog with my parents. I love her to death too.
Played piano for about 12 years and I'm trying to get back into it by self taught film scores.
I love fish tanks and I tried a salt water one, but it was a little difficult. :) Poor little guys.
Oh yeah, I've been to about 12 countries. My favorites were Norway, Windward Islands where I lived on a boat for a month for scuba diving, Paris, Prague and Munich. More local stuff down below.
As for the gentleman, I love to be able to make people laugh, so if I can find someone who understands my sense of humor and heavy sarcasm is an incredible bonus. I feel incredibly comfortable with someone who laughs and can do the same for me. Once again, a movie lover is also a big bonus.
I hope to meet someone with a pretty good education and I'm not going to pretend that appearances don't matter; at least at first. Initial chemistry helps move things along. I don't really enjoy getting to know people by texting or emails. There's not much of a connection there, or immediate responses. I need to meet someone in person, so if you want to text for weeks, it won't mean much to me. I've tried that before and once you meet the person, the are completely different from what you expect. Other than that, someone who takes care of themselves, values family, and isn't looking for a one night thing is a good start. As I said, one can't really know someone else, until they meet.