I'm a thoughtful, educated, big-hearted man with a devilish sense of humor who lives every day with wonder, gratitude and optimism. I'm looking for an authentic, spirited woman who is comfortable with exactly who she is. Someone smart and beautiful who really wants a great boyfriend and a happy friendship that leads to a committed relationship.
I believe in kindness and audacity in equal measure.
Creativity and ethical behavior define me more than anything else.
Family is very important to me.
I'm a voracious reader - I love writers and good books.
I love open and intense conversation and unconventional thinking.
The life of the spirit is something that, one way or another, I tend to every day. I believe in God, though I don't talk about it much.
I'm gentle and affectionate, though I have a tart tongue - the Brits call me "cheeky."
I believe that life offers us endless possibilities with the right attitude.
I believe in education and hard work.
I make up outrageous stories about strangers I see in public.
Exploration of the world around me is a genuine interest. I'm insatiably curious.
I cultivate deep and lasting relationships with family, friends and loved ones, and am right there for a friend in need.- a solid shoulder to lean on.
My kids are a big priority to me.
I believe in public displays of affection.
I have a forthright nature - I speak my mind and I like it when others do as well.
I like to laugh and I make fun of myself as much as I do others.
I believe in living life with passion and purpose.
All that being said, I'm not particularly drawn to those who take themselves too seriously or are defined by status or what they own.
Have a little fun, life is too short.
I'm looking for a smart, lively, somewhat irreverent, deep, passionate woman who embraces life with kindness and generosity of intent - and on her own terms. A woman of integrity and spirit who is unafraid to consider herself remarkable. Of course, funny is always great too.
"That of all days is the most completely wasted in which one did not once laugh."
- Chamfort, 1791.
"When you come to a fork in the road, take it."