communicating ideas, concepts, and feelings that are difficult to
communicate and doing so effectively. If that doesn't sound
appealing to you, we will likely not get along.
I'll correct you if your math is wrong. If you've expressed an
interest, I'll correct your grammar as well. I get punctuation
right most of the time, but I don't consider myself an authority.
Additionally, I'm well aware that I am not gifted when it comes to spelling.
I've recently discovered yoga and it has changed my life. I practice most days and many days I practice more than once. I am learning to practice compassion and gratitude and am much more lighthearted because of it. I work to maintain my focus on my breathe to stay in the present. I am near the end of a teacher training that I took so that I could learn as much as I could as fast as I could. It has been very rewarding.
I learn from my mistakes and repeat my successes.
Future vacation ideas:
Drive the Nürburgring
See the Northern Lights
World Cup Live
Caving anywhere and everywhere
Oktoberfest in Germany
Chase a tornado
Chase a hurricane
(got a good idea? Send it to me and maybe we'll go.)
I'm not looking for a pen pal or email buddy. I'm not interested in
spending a month and a half trading 100 emails only to find out
that we are offended by each other's presence. After 5-10 messages back and forth, this online thing has served its purpose and it's time to meet. I've found that batting cages or an arcade are a great way to break the ice, see if we get along, and have chemistry. We can learn so much more in the instant that we meet face to face than we can by sending a 1000 emails, so let's not waste each other's time.
One last thing, to those of you with your kids in your pics: I'm
sure they're cute and all but I DON'T WANT TO MEET THEM!!! I don't mind you having them, I have one of my own and YOU WON'T MEET HIM,EITHER!!! If something develops between us that lasts long term, I may reconsider this stance. In the meantime, I'm not interested in bouncing in and out of your kids' lives. It's just not fair to them.