I've just completed attending an 11 month, 900 hour trade school to obtain a Locksmith license. I graduated at the end of 01/15 & am now I'm a licensed & bonded Locksmith. I graduated 1st in my class & I am so happy about the choice that I've made,
I also just landed a job with the largest seller of Locksmith hardware, tools & supplies in NYC. In the beginning I thought Locksmithing was gonna be strictly hands-on layman stuff, but it is really more like micro mechanical engineering, unique & precise math calculations, electronics & carpentry. Now I get to combine that knowledge w/ exponential possibilities. Way more challenging & rewarding than I had hoped for.
Grew up in Queens. I lived in San Diego for a year, Virginia for 2 & 1/2, Georgia for 4. Now I'm back in NY...for now.
My family and friends, who are indispensable, describe me as intelligent, kind, determined, creative, strong, romantic, capable and funny
I want to find someone with whom I can currently share what the world has to offer, but I also have hundreds of past experiences and cool stories to share.
I am as loyal as a labrador retriever when in a relationship.
I am hoping to attract a non-serial killer.
I exercise a lot when it's time to Just Do It.
I am passionate about my writing:
I enjoy singing and have been with several bands, although recently it has been relegated to the shower and karaoke:
I love movies and I appreciate every genre of film.
I love my Roku!
I thoroughly enjoy sharing a movie at home on a cold and/or rainy night. I'm a cuddler and I'm secure enough in my masculinity to admit it.
I don't care where I am, as long as the company is good. I've traveled extensively around the world.
I am most proud of the time that I served in the U.S. Navy. It made me a a well-mannered, honorable man.
I love everything about the ocean.
I enjoy a wide variety of sports.
I have an deep affinity for animals, although I do not have any pets at this time.
What makes me laugh hard?? Watching someone fall down in an embarrassing fashion.
I believe that it is crucial to see the humor in everything, unless it is really inappropriate.