**Match helps you meet people outside the bar scene, but I'm not a fan of writing 57 emails back and forth. You can't tell if theres any real chemistry/attraction until you meet someone in person. I've put a good amount of info below, so if we share the same interests, just say hello, tell me one of the top items on your bucket list, and lets meet up for a coffee or drink.**
Born in Buffalo, went to school/work in the tri-state area, and moved back here 5 years ago. During my time away, Wegmans was one of the places I missed most. I enjoy all food and most music. Fan of all things hockey, and I used glue and felt to make my ugly xmas sweater.
Partner in a few businesses. A couple that reward me financially and one that allows me to give back to the community.
I actually enjoy what I do. Its taken me some time to learn how to balance all of these businesses, but now that I’m more comfortable with that I have more time to meet someone.
What I like to do - Buffalo has a dinner event or concert (and soon hockey) almost every weekend, but i'll take a night in with good food, good drink, and good music just the same. I also like to travel. I've done a good amount so far, but most of it's been work related, so I'd like to revisit locations...and spend some time abroad. Im looking for someone who can have a great time doing any of those things...or nothing at all. Ya know, the whole - "It's not where you are, but who your with that really matters" As I mentioned - I'm in no rush, but if it happens to be life-changing...well I'm good with that too.
What I'm looking for - A sense of humor is very important. I appreciate intelligent, witty conversations. I haven't had much time to learn the art of cooking, but I know I love food, so if you could teach me some of that you should at least say hi. If I had to pick one trait I found incredibly attractive it would have to be athletic. I think its important to stay active and you can tell a lot about someone who lives a healthy lifestyle. They generally appreciate life more, and really...isn't that what its all about?