I'm a Colorado native (as you might have guessed), but I've also traveled a lot to the East Coast specifically New York and I love it out there. I love all the culture: the musuems, symphonies, ballets, plays and musicals. So, I enjoy doing the same stuff here. I also love concerts, hiking and whitewater rafting, but when it comes down to it on most nights I am a homebody. I get much more enjoyment out of cuddling on the couch with someone special and watching a movie than I do by being out at a loud bar. When I do go out some of my favorite places are the Tavern, Old Chicago and Texas Roadhouse.
I love to cook. My favorite foods are Italian and Mexican.
I'm not exactly the typical Coloradan. I'm not into skiing or snowboarding. I like to play most sports, but I think watching others play them is about the most boring thing in the world. Watching hockey in person would be the one exception to this.
I like all kinds of music except country and rap.
I'm a bit of a beer and cheese snob and enjoy visiting all of Denver's great breweries!
I take Krav Maga (martial arts) during the week to stay in shape. Over the weekend I love doing couple stuff if I'm in a relationship, i.e. street fairs, shopping at outlet malls and going on mountain getaways, going to Sipping n' Painting in the Highlands.
Really looking for someone that I have that spark with, someone who from the moment we first meet it feels like there's electricity in the air. I'm 34 years old. Everybody else I know is getting married and having babies. I feel like I'm falling behind, but I won't settle either.
Looking for someone between the ages of 22-32, white, non-smoker who is a Christian, college-graduate, never been married and has no kids. But, someone who definitely wants to get married and have kids.
I'm looking for a woman sexy enough to take out dancing, but classy enough to introduce to my family. Someone who is confident in who she is, has a good head on her shoulders and carries herself well. It may sound silly to some, but good grammer is very important to me. Getting an email from someone who can't differentiate the meaning between there, their and they're says a lot and none of it is good.
I'm attracted to strong-willed women and yet I'm looking for someone whose old-fashioned. Someone who not only doesn't mind, but expects the guy to hold the door open and pay for dinner. I do not subscribe to this new modern idea that women should pay for the meal. Very traditional in the sense that men should act masculine and women should act feminine.