I am a City Girl with a country upbringing. I was raised in North Dakota, spent my high school years in San Luis Obispo, and graduated from UCSB. I own a set of golf clubs, I suck but I love to play. I love watching and attending sporting events (Go Giants! Cowboys - yes I know you just deleted me, USC Football, and Dallas Stars) No worries about me complaining about my manicure or pedicure: I know it doesn't look like it but really I don't mind getting dirty. :) I love to be outdoors don't care if it is hiking, walking around the City, camping, reading at Fort Mason, wakeboarding, snowboarding, or any other activity someone wants to introduce me to. I think Kite Surfing is next on my list to learn.
I find laughing and friendly banter sexy. Smartass and Fiesty would be words to describe me. I am the Director of Events and Marketing for a celebrity chef here in SF. I love food and wine, hence the job.I love spending time with my friends and family. I am not one of those who plans on changing that for any guy. I hope you don't either. :) I love to cook for others, just don't like to do it for one. Something sexy about making dinner for your man after a long day. But warning there are plenty of nights I may just GrubHub it. If you have been able to keep up with my train of thought - Kudos and please continue. I don't always say the right thing and can be silly when a situation calls for me being serious. I love my career and can be really focused. I would love someone that would challenge me to be a better person and vice versa.
You --- It is simple...FUNNY! Smartass. Outgoing. Smart. Traveled. Direct. Confident! Knows how to laugh at himself and at me. Has his life together. I want a partner and best friend not Prince Charming and his white horse. I am hoping that is simple, if not let me rephrase it. I am really looking for a man that I can just laugh with, explore life with, laugh some more with, and run amok with. Is that asking too much? Also a guy that spent as much time as me rereading their essay thing and trying to rewrite it to stop sounding like a tool.