I've hit what seems to be the quarterlife years of my life, and with that has come a bit of perspective. The late nights out and club scene have generally been displaced by a quieter contentment lately, and it's allowed me to take a step back and think about what I really want out of my future.
I'm looking at least at first for someone that I can be friends with and be comfortable getting to know them. Living in Miami, it's a constant bombardment of excitement and energy, and I want someone to take things slower with. Someone that is also done with all the overstimulation of young life in Miami. What I'd really like to find is someone that likes to enjoy the simple things in life when they can, like just see an occasional movie, relax at the beach, check out live music around town, or do things outdoors, like kayaking, biking, etc.
Traveling is another one of my favorite things to do, whether it's just a weekend trip down to the Keys, or extended getaways out west (love California and Las Vegas). I still have yet to jump over the Atlantic and explore any of Europe, but that's definitely one of the next spots on my list. I would want someone that shares a passion for seeing the world, and also the ability to do so (meaning has a flexible work schedule and allows themselves a break from time to time, which I'm finding is more and more rare these days).
A little more about me, I own my own business, a tropical fish farm, that I've taken over from my parents as they've since retired. The freedom and convenience of being able to write my own schedule and work from home (no traffic!) is a great perk, and it's a wonderful business to be in. We sell retail fish for aquariums and ponds out of my back yard (about an acre), and I've also done festivals and fairs where I sell the little Bettas (Fighting Fish). I get to meet a lot of interesting characters, and every day has something new and challenging to keep me on my toes.
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