People say the funniest things to me; weird and occasionally inappropriate at times though almost always pleasantly amusing. Once I had a homeless woman tell me that I needed my roots done. Recently, my friends and I were on our morning java run when a business suit-clad man whispered the words “camel toe” into my ear as he passed us on the sidewalk. Funny thing...I was wearing a skirt. This one still keeps me up at night. I reveal none of this with the intention of scaring you off. Just know that if we are together, you’re required to share my sense of humor about the way that the world and I choose (or not) to communicate with each other (I certainly do).
I work in telecom. I spend most of my days deconstructing advanced voice and data orders for a very successful CLEC, but the truth is, I'd rather be artfully constructing a delicious Italian meal. Ironically, I work in communications and yet, I hate talking on the phone. In fact my iPhone is docked almost all day broadcasting the latest podcast from “This American Life” or the Amy Whinehouse station on Pandora. The camera feature is occasionally used to document and (Facebook) post puzzling sites such as scantily clad “Rubenesque” women inhaling 16 Handles while power walking on the UWS.
I am both nurturing and competitive. Peaceful but energetic. Early to bed and early to rise even on the weekends. My adventurous streak is pretty anemic -- trying out an exotic recipe in the kitchen and traveling to a safe yet beautiful country is as spicy as I get. I just recently traveled to Budapest where I spent two weeks in a spa and traveled the city enjoying amazing pastry and castles. Eastern Europe is just beautiful.
I'd love to meet someone with a little swagger. I'm attracted to non-conformists who can make me laugh and aren't above having a little style. You don't have to look like David Bekham. I am way more impressed by intellect, charm and wit.