I love what I do, I love who I am (it's good to be me). If life ended today, I could honestly say that I have been one of luckiest people alive. I own my own business, I own a bunch of other fun stuff that I get to have fun with, I have had a ton of great experiences, I have learned a ton and I live life with no regrets. I am very adventurous, I love to travel, I love riding my Harley's and I love to snowboard. I have a fun and silly side that I let out when it's appropriate and I can be very serious and philosophical when that is appropriate (I am passionate about what I do and that certainly tends to bleed into other areas of my life—in a good way! I hope). I think life is best spent knowing you make your own way in life and you get to choose how you feel at any moment and when things don't go your way you have a new moment to grow in a different direction. I honestly believe I came here to have fun (although the meaning of that seems to change as I get older), create a bunch stuff, learn, share my life and touch others, and not to complain when things don't work out as it usually turns out to be another opportunity.
I do like to be social by getting out to the bars and things of that nature every now again but am looking to slow things down a bit and focus more on creating a meaningful relationship as well as finding other ways to socialize. Don't get me wrong, I still want to go out and be social and have some fun with my partner every now and again as well as having the freedom to get out with the guys for some shenanigans every now again (Vegas!!) but I would like to focus on doing things that are more relationship oriented—hangin in and playin some games or watching a movie maybe with a bottle of wine has become more appealing as I get older. I do love to travel and will travel whenever the possibility presents itself and can settle for something laid back and romantic but then everyone needs a crazy weekend with friends every once in a while. I love headin out west to snowboard but the beach is an awful nice way to go as well.
My ideal match is someone who is fit (takes care of their mind, body and health), likes to travel, doesn't mind a getting on the back of a motorcycle (or riding her own), enjoys the outdoors, likes to dance, go out to dinner, things of that nature (oh, and snowboarding or skiing is a huge plus).
I should also mention that I recently got two more tattoos that are not reflected in my pictures (as soon as I new ones I will put them up). They are both on my left forearm and are about 10-12 inches long. One is a feather on the back of the forearm and the other is an ambigram that reads "problem" in one direction and "solution" in the other--this is on the inside of my forearm. I know visible ink can be a deal-breaker for some.