nice. My ideal relationship is one in which we both can lay everything on the table and not hide things.
I really don't understand lying and deception; if we can't let someone see our true selves, flaws and all,
how can we ever expect to know if we're right for each other?
Over the past year I've realized that I really enjoy three things:
I really cannot go through the day without playing music and am trying to teach myself how to play every instrument that I can get my hands on. I'm kind of glad for the decade of piano lessons that I had to take when I was younger now. I will probably write song about it if we meet up; it will probably have no lyrics because I am kind of bad at singing but there will probably be some instrumental song written because, and I don't know why, that seems to be my reaction to meeting up with people lately.
I really enjoy hiking and camping and my dogs seem to enjoy it as well. I kind of realize now that it's nearly impossible to find someone into everything that i enjoy doing and tacking camping onto music and technology and whatever else is going on is a tall order so I'll just leave it at I enjoy the outdoors.
Good food is necessary. I'd rather be cooking it at home or possibly cooking it with you, but that makes for a weird first date. I try to cook as often as possible. I think that my ideal night would be cooking something and watching movies but there are a ridiculous number of good restaurants in town so visiting one of those is also nice.
I'd love to find someone whom I'm simply happy to be with — someone I can enjoy making happy, as well.
It's not that complicated. If two people can start off and build from that point, with honesty and open
communication, the work necessary to maintain a relationship won't feel like work at all.