I'm looking for a relationship with someone who shares my love of the outdoors, of ideas, and of beauty in all its forms. I include good TV among the last two on that list: I'm not snobbish about where great things can be found.
And, along with those serious things, I'm a fan of pure silliness. Tina Fey is one of my heroes. So is Charlie Chaplin. And John Cleese.
Speaking of Tina, or at least of Liz Lemon, I wouldn't at all object if you have a dash or two of geeky/nerdiness in your soul. Rather the opposite. Because I am a serious introvert.
Repeat: Serious introvert.
I am not shy (well, sometimes) nor withdrawn, nor socially awkward (except when tired), nor lacking in self-esteem. I'm highly verbal, I connect deeply, I have sensitive emotional antennae, I listen, I pay very close attention and I really hear and get people. It just that I am wired somewhat like the guy in Jonathan Rausch's famous essay. If this doesn't make sense to you, I'm not right the right person for you to meet. But if you like reflecting about interesting ideas, walking in wilderness and generally spending a whole lot of time in the company of no other human, then maybe I'm a good human for you to occasionally share that company with!