Likes to dance, design, draw, bike, climb.
I can appreciate going out, doing new things and having fun but I can stay in bed and watch Netflix with the best of them.
Here's a pretty embarrassing video of me tap dancing for the first-ish time. (front right)
I am by no means a performer--in fact--I didn't really start dancing until a few years ago. It is however, a pretty important part of my life now--so if you've had that long time dream of living out Swing Kids or that 90's Gap commercial; I may be able to help you out. That is to say if you can take me seriously enough garner any sort of instruction from dancing with me.
In my rebellious years, I studied glass blowing but eventually realized that I am a better designer than studio artist.
Warning: being a designer also means my taste can easily exceed what I can afford. Which all evens out considering I can enjoy an expensive fancy dinner and cheap Chinatown dumplings nearly equally.
On the upside, I'm fairly good at drawing portraits and figures so if you like, you can save money hiring someone to do that for you. (Provided you're easily impressed--I am a bit out of practice.)
Please note: I only bike when the weather is good. So to all you ladies that love to ride in the rain, I'm afraid it just won't work out. We're simply too different.
Lastly: climbing, I've done it for a while but never had a strong motivation to become a kick ass climber. It probably says something about my character, but I just don't like trying very hard. Maybe it's all the problem sets my math professor father would have me do growing up that's taught me to always look for the most elegant ways to do something. Elegant solutions rarely rely on brute force.