You've checked each of these boxes in your search for Mr. Right, right?
It's the composite perspective of the various ways people initially choose to see me. I'm often mistaken for Indian, even by people FROM India. In reality, I'm half-American Black, half-Central American Latin, but because I was raised in the sunniest suburb in L.A., people often joke I act "white," whatever that means. I'm a totally nondescript mix of cultures and ideas -- the ultimate example of the Melting Pot, yet I'm totally American to my apple pie core. Truth be told, I confuse the majority of single men looking for specific, easily recognizable "types." It makes dating a challenge for me. So, if you're the type of man who thinks outside the strict little boxes most men use to define themselves and their ideal match, let's chat. I'm the most non-traditional traditionalist you'll ever meet.
THINGS I BELIEVE IN: Pancakes for breakfast. The power of reading, writing, music, theater and art. The Great American Melting Pot and the pursuit of happiness. Morning runs and afternoon naps. (I’ll complete my first 10K in January. I'll sleep right after.) Cherishing family traditions. Old friends being family. Dinner parties and game nights. Laughing out loud. New York City, with its endless treasures and four seasons. Home-cooked dinners (I've been working my way recipe-by-recipe through a Martha Stewart cookbook.) Meat and potatoes, and apple pie. Old-fashioned love songs. Goodnight kisses.
Do I love my life? You better believe it.