I like to think of myself as a unique soul. Im hard to categorize, but Ill do my best to to give you an idea of who I am.
I am a positive, optimistic person and I always see the opportunity in any situation. It also means that it takes alot to upset me and I rarely get stressed out. Its all about perspective. I am pretty outgoing and find it easy to strike up a conversation with most anyone (part of my job entails me to do this as well). I like to think that I am funny and I definitely know how deal with friendly banter, Ill dish it right back. I am confident and proud of who I am and what I believe. I may not agree with you on likes or ideals and have no qualms about letting you know that. But on that note, I am still very open minded and willing to hear others ideas, beliefs and opinions.
I am very active, mostly from dance. I dance many different styles, from urban to ethnic to classic. It is my passion. I also stay active with yoga and walking and more recently started to pick up snowboarding and am riding my bike more often. I like to stay in and watch a great movie as well. As for music, I mostly listen to deep soulful house but I also love some classic 90's female singers like Fiona Apple and Nelly Furtado and 90's rock. I also enjoy singing though I dont get the opportunities to sing as much as I used to. In my commute time and sometime just because I like to, I read alot. I mostly read non-fiction and it can range from books about the environment to philosophy to quantum physics to self improvement. I occasionally will also throw in some good fiction. I am also very passionate about the state of our world and keep up on politics, social equality, and environmental sustainability.
I am looking for a guy that is passionate about life, real and authentic, positive and friendly, active, goofy, affectionate and a great conversationalist. Similar interests would be great but not necessary. Learning new things from each other makes things interesting. Mostly importantly, I am looking for a guy that wants a partner in life. I am not looking to "complete" someone or be their whole world. I always felt like the analogy of two pieces of a heart coming together to symbolize love was wrong. That seems to imply that each half is missing something and needs the other half. I am happy with who I am and feel whole, I just want to share myself with another that also feels happy and whole.