Let's see, I started out as a small speck in the universe, and somehow landed in Miami at the age of 3 . . . maybe that's going too far back. Like anyone, I'm a person with many faults, but among my strengths are the powers of self-reflection, patience, honesty, empathy, knowing myself, while also proving my dedication to family. I also believe firmly in the Golden Rule. I think I'm a good catch. So, why then haven't I married or settled down with a life partner? Glad I asked. I recently read that the two things people are most afraid of are public speaking and death. Death was #2!!! Coincidentally, this summer I enjoyed my first 2 in 2 weekend when I went skydiving on consecutive days. A month later I was offered a job opportunity as a technology professor at a local university. With one of these activities now complete and the other ongoing, I can say that I've conquered the Top 2 fears. So, naturally, #3 (long-term commitment) is next. Earlier in life, I showed potential with an uncommon experience, when for many years I alone cared for a sick parent during a catastrophic illness. These days, I'm a part-time dad for the most wonderful boy and unexpected bundle of joy (my only child, now all growed up at 3). I won't brag that being there for these loved ones has made me a tougher, stronger, brawnier kinda guy. But, they've given me a heightened appreciation for the beauty and joy of living. I'm baggage-free and grateful for every day I'm alive.
Who am I looking for? Definitely a woman, no confusion there. My only type is smart, funny and original. Personality, ambition, patience and persistence are also key. After the newness wears off a relationship, she's gotta have a certain 'it' about her that grows and flourishes and leaves me still a half breath short when she's not close by, it's that sweet something that sticks with me like the sound of a gentle word, on the wind that lifts her perfume through the air.