Im looking to enjoy life, laugh a lot, and have fun... seems simple right??? I firmly believe that's possible with the right attitude.
The ability to have fun and make the most out of each minute possible is really important to me. You should be able to laugh and enjoy your life each chance you get. I love to laugh...and have what some people would call 'a great sense of humor'. Not being egotistical on that fact, just mentioning a fact that would come in handy.
I am from the midwest, and I honestly didn't know Ohio was the midwest until I got here 14 years ago.
I apparently only have pictures taken of me in hats... didnt know that until building this page.
I dont always wear hats.
I once stabbed myself in the eardrum with a cocktail straw. One in a billion shot...very funny story. I'm fine now.
Food is great. One thing to eat, another thing to dine.
I don't eat cooked fish, but love sushi.
I was on the TV show 'Blind date' ...it was a beautiful disaster, but fun experience. I love doing new things.
I crossed the country in an '86 Lincoln town car. It was like driving a couch, but with the same channel on tv... For 51 hours.
I got my first ticket in LA for having a hula girl on that car.
I can tell you I wear my heart on my sleeve and I don't play games. Honesty is the best policy, and life is too short for anything shy of that. I am a solid guy, and treat everyone with respect. Golden rule always applies.
I'm old school from what I've been told in the way that I still treat people with respect. I open car doors, pull chairs out, look people in the eye when speaking (or doing a cheers) and do what it is I say I am going to do. *On that note, I've never laid my jacket across a puddle...because that seems silly to me. However, I consider myself a gentleman.
I take a large amount of pride in my work. I work incredibly hard, but the precious minutes and hours I don't, I relish. I'm looking to enjoy time with someone else that also enjoys time "off the clock". Work conversations are a given, but once I have time to get away from the job, I am all in the moment.
Truly looking forward to learning about you.