I love witty--nothing makes me laugh harder than smart humor. And, I love to laugh. I'm rarely serious, and often hugely sarcastic. I'm very laid back. I think most things in life aren't worth getting upset over. I've found that even bad things happen for a reason...usually to open up space for something amazing you would've otherwise missed. I'm generally a glass 1/2 full kind of person. I have a varied group of friends. I'm probably the least judgmental person you could meet, and I've had so many different types of experiences and met some really amazing people because of it. Think people often miss out on so much in life by not being more open. There's always someone smarter, better, more attractive, funnier, sexier, whatever--you have to be happy with who you are Period, not in comparison. I am incredibly Type B, so I tend to make Type A people crazy! I tend to be very spontaneous. Some of the best experiences in life come from Not Planning! I've made my share of mistakes in life, and I am 100% sure that I'll make many more. Thing is, every mistake, experience, person I've encountered, etc. has made me who I am, and I like who I am. I'm genuine, my life's an open book, and I'm very straightforward. Be very sure you want the answer to something before you ask me a question! I want to be head over heels, madly, passionately in love with my best friend. I want the person I'm with to be the 1st person I want to call when I'm happy about something and when I'm sad. I'm loyal, giving to a fault and caring...I expect the same in return. I refuse to settle. I'd just rather be alone. I like my alone time, actually. I think spending time together is vital, but having time with friends or alone is crucial to not losing yourself. I think the keys to a lasting and happy relationship are sexual chemistry, friendship and respect. I believe you regret more in life the things you don't do, and I intend to leave this world with as few regrets as possible. Even more importantly, I want to leave that example for my children. Change is scary, being vulnerable is scary, risk is scary...but growing old and looking back wondering or wishing I'd done it differently scares me more.