Hmm... I'd like to think I'm a good guy. I'm honest. I work very hard and have a growing career that I love. I'm bright and funny. I love being silly and joking around but can be serious when necessary. I would love to meet someone who enjoys art, literature, film, etc. Someone intellectual. But I don't think it's absolutely necessary. You never know who you will ultimately click with. Ok, that's enough for now.
Ok update time :) I won't lie, a lot of my life revolves around work. I manage a Research and Development division of a Managed Healthcare company. I absolutely love my job. Technically, I went to school originally to become a network administrator but I got into this field about 8 years ago and I really think I've found what I want to do with my life. I know I'm going to have to go back to school someday, I am looking at a Masters in Healthcare Administration but right now at the rate my company is growing I will not have time to do that. I guess that encapsulates work and education.
As far as who I would be looking for in that respect, I think I would like to find someone who also goal-oriented and involved in a career. But as I said earlier, I don't consider anything a specific requirement - I believe everyone has beauty in their own unique traits and I'm not sure what I think I want is exactly what is right for me. But I would definitely have something in common with anyone in a management position (part of the reason I won''t date co-workers, etc.), and anyone in a serious professional career. Also anyone who has to work daytime/weekday hours with free time basically nights and weekends.
I consider myself a family oriented person. I also really enjoy the simple things in life. I love nature. I love, love, love different cultures. I've been travelling to India a lot for work so right now my main fascination with other cultures lies in India.
I moved to California from Utah when I graduated High School. I grew up in a SMALL town (like, everybody knows everybody type of environment) so Los Angeles; while I've definitely gotten used to it, still perplexes me at some level. So anyone who's a transplant and looks at the metropolis as some sort of Sociology experiment, I'll probably have a lot to talk about :)
If any of this interests you, might be good to drop me a line.
Peace in the middle east :)