In no particular order—
I have broad interests. I ply my talents as a marketing professional by day and semi-pro musician by night. Curious fact: All of my previous places of full-time employment no longer exist.
The combination of talent, interest and bill-paying acumen leads me into new and interesting adventures, personally and professionally. I enjoy Shakespeare in Stratford, Ontario, and a game-winning touchdown at ND Stadium. The Chagall Windows in Chicago move me, tattoos can amaze me (I have none). I just attended the Colts' wildcard historic comeback game.
I'm a Colorado native and a Hoosier by education, if not attrition. I was married once, 20 years ago, to a Polish princess but have been legally divorced (and actually single) 17 years. Though childless, I regularly attain Cool Uncle status and "have a lot of young" in me, according to one of my nephews. While I don't have children, it's not because I didn't want children. I went to Catholic grade school, but institutional religion holds little interest for me today.
Not only performing it, I also enjoy attending live music events—from concert halls and opera houses to the diviest bars with the diciest Brown-Eyed-Girl bands—fine dining, movies, theater and art museums. I am not a "sports" fan, but I follow American football and IU basketball (be true to your school!).
Whom do I seek? I wonder if my expectations when I was a much younger man—sharing my life, creating an amazing history short on boredom and long on wonder—merely reflect a younger man's idealism. And while I admit that I may turn my head toward a woman's face or figure (consider: photos on dating sites would be unnecessary otherwise), I continue to desire the hallmarks of my own personality—mind, humor and generosity—to be reflected in hers. She dances with her center at the hips with delight in her motion, oblivious to concern. An ability to recognize the difference between a trifle and something genuinely serious is always welcome (that is, drama for its own sake deserves the stage or screen, not my personal life).
The stats I share and questions I answer here are ballpark suggestions to my preferences. You and I both know and understand there is so much more beyond the surface of a browser screen and our keyboards.
I speak less formally than I write. So, c'mon: tell me about yourself!