As for you, you are inspired and inspiring. You are bright and vivacious with a good open hearted laugh and a great smile. You are creative and witty and quirky, and passionate in your professional calling. You hold trust, honestly, and communication as keystones of an enriching relationship. You are a breath of fresh air. And when you are around me, you feel safe and comfortable enough to relax and let your true self out.
As for me, I was born on my birthday. I graduated from school. And I currently work for a living. I am a genuine, confident, intelligent, thoughtful, and not so easily rattled individual. Rarely at a loss for words, but I will always try to listen first. My best asset is my sense of humor and ability to make other people laugh. A lot of people out there tell you how funny they are, don't believe them I actually am. In social situations and when I meet new people, I would say that 60% of the time I'm laid back. The other 30% of the time I'm outgoing. Just depends on the situation. I usually prefer a bar over a club, so I can actually talk to the person next to me. I think good music, good food, and good company is about the best you can get. Also, it goes without saying that family is important to me and that I love to traveling. Especially road trips when the time allows for it.
A few other random things to throw in that you might want to know or talk about.
My favorite band is Pink Floyd. I'm seeing Roger Waters perform The Wall in June.
I draw my own Christmas card every year because I like to mail things still. My sister-in-law thought a kid drew it because it was so terrible.
I don't play mind games with people and generally don't tolerate them by others.
I'm free of bad habits.
I volunteer at a tv station quite often. You may have seen me on tv.
I like to wind down my week with a Sunday night movie at the theater or a good book.
I love to tell stories. My buddy says I have more stories than a library. His favorites are ones about high school when I graduated at the top of my class while simultaneously being on the excessive absence list and the time I won a dance contest in front of 30,000 people.
If you are thinking about emailing me to find out more, stop thinking and just send it already. The whole point of this is to get to know people. Lastly, no one really likes to talk about themselves. Often times a good reference speaks volumes. I recently received one of the nicest thank you cards ever. This is what it said:
"What can I say man? Thanks for everything. You're an amazingly loyal friend, and one of the funniest people I know. You MADE the bachelor party. Thank you for finding the time to drive in the middle of the night after a long shift up to the North Shore for the wedding. That's insane behavior from anyone else but from you, yeah, it makes sense. You win. You win the contest."