No one reads past the first 3 lines right?
I'm an educated (law degree/masters), divorced guy who's self-employed, busy as hell but always willing--in fact hoping--to make time for a special someone. I'm hardly needy--a bigger fault would be that I'm very independent. I'm looking for someone I look forward to seeing, miss when I don't. respect what she says, thinks, does. She compliments my life, as I will ideally do for hers.
In my opinion, there's different sorts of people in this world...examples being Talkers, Planners, Doers and Wishers. I am definately a planner and a doer. Talkers and wishers aren't a great fit for me. Meaning some people just wish things to change, or talk about them but never do anything constructive to facilitate or prompt change. No thanks. This translates to many things...from education, to work, to relationships.
I am very much evolved and somewhat renaissance--especially compared to the normal guy out there. I remain active, in both mind and body. My match must too. This isn't optional. If exercise isn't something last done in gym class we aren't going to be a great fit. That said, I have come to admit that I hate running for running sake.
Seriously, I'm so over games. When I'm with someone I treat them well, I'm forthright, honest--it'd be really nice to find the same...What I do for a living affords some flexibility in schedule and potentially in locale. I without question have a smart assed side, but know when and where. No question I am attracted too and drawn to attractive high-maintnance types--but for it to last there has to be so much more there. I bring it..you should to.
I have two dogs, so if not a dog person, probably not a great fit.
What I do for a living allows me a bit of flexibility on where I live--I'm working on making it so I have even MORE flexibility with it. (anyone wanna relocate to Colorado :) )