I recently had an interesting day at school. Well, it wasn't my school. I traveled about forty-five hours into the Andes to help build a sink that could supply clean water for an indigent Peruvian school. I learned how to use a wrench when I was younger, so I was able to pitch in and help an NGO that a friend of mine started some years back. After a few days, the children had running water. Then it began to rain, and something that I initially gave little thought to all of a sudden seemed like a problem: the school had no roof. Ironically, at that moment, there was too much clean water. Everyone went home for the day, and I went back to the United States so that I could pack up and move to DC.
Some other fun facts about me: I've done the three highest bunjee jumps in the world, I was injured on the 24th mile of the only marathon that I've ever run, I grew up with two foster brothers and two biological brothers in Philadelphia (as well as a border collie named Oreo), I've lived on every continent other than Asia and Antartica (if you really want to count the South Pole as a continent, which I do out of respect for the penguins), I'm particular about nutrition (which is mostly my mother's fault), and before I went to law school, I was a bartender for a cocktail lounge in S. Africa.
As for my profession, I work for the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice. I work hard at it, and I'm always happy to talk about whatever I'm allowed to talk about. With that said, I can't stand being inside on a sunny day, and though I love what I do, I'd always rather be outside absorbing the atmosphere.
The girls I find attractive tend to be intelligent, passionate, speak their mind, have the ability to surprise me (at least) on occasion, and always go after what they want. If you think we'd get along, let's chat.