Recently graduated from undergrad. Just started law school. I spent a lot of time on my studies, making sure I was setting myself up for a great life later on - but I almost forgot the most important part. Whats the point of having anything you want if there is no one to share it with?
I'm very adventurous, I love hiking and swimming, as well as exploring new places for food. Food is perhaps my favorite thing of all time (besides animals), and I am probably a foodie, I just haven't admitted it yet.
Im open to a lot of things, but value truth and intelligence over looks 99.9% of the time. I am always loyal, and will work fervently to help you if you need it. Companionship is vital to me, and I will not only work hard for it, but I will treasure it as well.
Most consider me the "southern gentlemen", even though I have lived in California all my life. I don't swear much, I open the door (all doors) for ladies, I say please and thank you, and I take flowers to first dates.
Parents usually love me, and I can say right now that if family is not important to you, move along.
Heres the part where I get real:
I have worked very hard to get where I am, and I have turned out very successful thus far. Whether it was through obtaining scholarships for undergard (I went to college nearly for free), or working part time throughout all of college. If it had to be done, I did it. I am looking forward to a rewarding future, and I want the best for myself.
I don't take crap. People who yell or cry for attention, don't get it from me. People who like to play tug o war in relationships, make odd demands, or play mental games - will only lead to me not talking to you ever again.
Im kind, but im not naive. Im nice, but im not a pushover. I'll pursue, but I don't beg.
I am a strong, self-confident guy, and I know my own worth. At the same time I am willing to put in as much effort as you are. The better you treat me, the better I treat you. I said earlier that I want the best for myself, and that is true. But I also want the best for whoever I end up with.