Allow me to additionally preface this by stating that this section is exceedingly awkward and I sound a bit scatter-brained, though in reality I can in fact carry a coherent conversation. There are too many facets of my life and persona to list, so if you're remotely curious as to who I am as an individual, I implore you to not judge me based on the following abbreviated list of likes/dislikes and goals. In fact, this opening statement says more about me than the next couple of paragraphs.
My name is Jared, and I'm in a poly marriage with my awesome wife. We both (greengirl727) joined this site to see who else is out there. I have a Kurt Vonnegut tattoo!! I appreciate most anything artistic and have a respect for anyone who expresses themselves. Though, if I'm to be honest I am a very logic/math oriented creature and can carry on discussions based in hypotheticals for hours (very cool of me, right?).
As far as activities are concerned, I enjoy the outdoors, but dislike heat (so Florida's the perfect place, right?). My wife and I love to take/plan trips to the mountains and go hiking and general forest exploring. I love hanging out downtown (Wine Madonna and The Ale and the Witch) and have recently been seriously looking into opening up my own pub/eatery called "The Beerded Tortoise". Otherwise, my career goals are focused in the field of Psychology with the ultimate goal of becoming a Professor (I will literally never leave school).
I'm not always hardcore math and logic, I enjoy culture and art, and have been known to do a creative thing or two as well, i.e. writing poetry, singing, acting, painting.
I'm really open to new and different ideas and opinions and I love discussing said ideas and opinions with those who hold them.
At times I apparently morph into this old man that has strange ideas about noise, privacy, and the good ol' days. But it, just as does any alter-ego, comes with some great perks. (Not a good explanation. In summary- Old Soul).
As I stated above, I'm in a poly marriage, but my wife and I both understand that each relationship develops at it's own pace. We're not asking someone to move in with us and do housework after day 1, but we're also not really looking for a purely sexual relationship either. We'd like to meet someone, hang out a few times and see if there's chemistry there. If so, then we move on accordingly, just like a normal dating relationship. Anyway, that was just clarification on what we're looking for (apparently there are some creepy poly couples that have ridiculous demands and rules).