On a more deeper note, I am a lot of things: pilot, musician (once upon a time), audio engineer are the things that come to mind right off. I enjoy learning about all things that interest me.
I've come to the conclusion that making it to your mid-30s and still being single is nothing to be proud about in and of itself, although being single this long has allowed me some unique opportunities. I've spent three years on the road visiting every state in the lower 48 plus quite a few countries in western Europe. I moved to Alaska, learned to fly, and started a professional aviation career. I've gotten to be really involved with my local church and be there whenever something needed to be done.
All that said, going to weddings of people ten years younger than you pretty much sucks. I'm definitely looking to find the love of my life, and totally not afraid to admit that on a dating site.
The more and more I accomplish the more I realize that I'll forever be a work in progress. One never arrives. I've got some cool stories and a boatload of perspective, not quite enough formal education for where I want to end up, too many books on the shelf (is that really possible?) and desire to start crafting a meaningful life with someone meaningful.