I moved down to Southern California about 1 year ago for work, before that i was traveling back and forth from Northern California and working out of LA. Recently I've learned an important lesson about work / life balance and that having good people in your life is much more important than career goals. Success means nothing if you don't have people in your life to share it with.
I'm orignally from the Midwest, and all of my family lives back there. I wish I could see them more often and I am very close with my parents, and I still call them every Sunday and have since I left for college. I miss them very much, and try to get back there a couple of times a year to see them.
I like to hang out and have a good time, the particular activity makes no difference to me. Whether its hanging out at a local bar and having drinks, backyard BBQ's, going out to a sporting event, going out the movies, or just sitting at home watching a movie of sport game on the TV I'm up for anything. I just really enjoy the company of good people. My favorite activity is golfing, although I wish I was better at it. My father got me into the game when I was a kid and it always stuck. During the fall I am a college and pro football addict. I love watching any Detroit sports team or my Purdue Boilermakers play.
My match is someone who can accepts me for who I am and doesn't judge or try to change me into something I'm not. Like everybody I have faults, and I truly believe that you have to accept the person for who they are. I believe the reverse is true I don't try to change the person I'm with into what I think they should be.
Whether you're looking for a friend, or a long term relationship just me an email. My primary goal is find that special someone, but good friends are hard to find and I'm always looking for that too. Submitted from mobile