Whats the difference between an ordeal and an adventure? Your attitude. Perspective is everything. Our experiences shape who we are and what we strive to become. I feel that this mindset has helped me to live my life in a more positive way. Knowing that adapting, growing, and accepting are constants in life and are attributable to our success. I am a transplanted Eastcoaster who loves to explore and travel. I have a deep appreciation for music, literature, film, history, geography, travel, snowboarding, old photographs, the ocean, good food and wine, and learning how to surf (quite a humbling experience). I come from a large family with a strong heritage and lots of siblings. I am so grateful to my parents for creating such a close knit family where life's invaluable lessons have been learned. From my family, I have developed a strong system of beliefs and learned what some of the most important things in life really are, love, gratitiude, and laughter being a few. My mother instilled in me a love for travel as she left her country at a young age to search for new experiences and opportunities. I thoroughly enjoy learning about other culture's history, music, language, and culinary delights. I have learned and grown the most through these experiences in which I have stepped outside my comfort zone. I highly recommend trying it.
I am looking for someone who is grounded yet adventurous, driven but knows how to relax, optimistic, thoughtful, imperfect, balanced, compassionate, mild to moderately responsible, takes the good with the bad, is able to compromise, has an appreciation for good food, wine, conversation and a bizarre sense of humor that paralells mine. Someone who I can laugh my ass off with in a variety of situations. I am looking for a best friend to explore different parts of the globe with and knows that going out on a limb is where the real fruit is. Good luck to all of you in your search and remember that nothing good comes easy:)