Just your average girl who spends her days poking at brains and her weekends throwing herself out of a perfectly good airplane.
Wait, that's not average? Oh. Well, anyway, since I have your attention now, a little more about me. Originally from Scotland, I've lived in San Francisco for the last 7 years and I am a scientist researching traumatic brain injury. And yes, on the weekends I work as a skydiving instructor, though I can't really call that work since I enjoy it too much.
Outside of that, I also enjoy running, hiking, live music, curling up on the couch with a bottle of wine and a good movie, and generally chilling with friends in slightly less thrilling settings than 8,000ft and 100mph. I'm always interested in trying out new foods or cocktails, and I love exploring new places. My wanderlust has taken me all over Europe, I recently did a skydiving trip to Nicaragua, and I'd love to go to Fiji and Australia. Canada and Hawaii are next up on my list as well.
Behind the adventurous and daredevil side is a person my friends would most likely describe as fun, friendly, and supportive - all with that classic sarcastic British sense of humor, of course. I think I'm a loving and open person, and I communicate openly and actually listen to what you have to say, rather than simply waiting for my turn to talk while I think about what I should have for lunch that day.
I'm looking for someone who has their life together and has their own hobbies and social life who is looking for someone to have a relationship with - but not be dependent on. I'm looking for someone who loves and appreciates me for who I am, and is a supportive friend and partner to laugh with. Speaking of laughing, if British humor isn't your thing, I'm probably not either, then. And while skydiving isn't a requirement at all, a zest for life most certainly is. And, I have to admit, a cute butt won't hurt your cause either.