I've been single all along - did not have (or make) time for things outside of work. It has given me it's fair share of rewards, but I'm looking to strike a work life balance. I moved from Palm Beach, Florida to Ohio for a great career opportunity. I want to grow with someone and share the journey of life. I believe in old fashioned chivalry and like to treat people the way I want to be treated.
If you are into comedy clubs, traveling and are comfortable both going out as well as staying indoors and watching a movie, then we'd have something in common. South Park, Family Guy, American Dad fan is a plus. I have a good and sarcastic sense of humor and can laugh at myself.
I have two lovely dogs - Yellow labs and they are a handful. They are the reason I come home from work.
I love to go to theme parks, long drives, visiting museums. I want to visit the national parks. One can be there forever and continue to be fascinated. I'd love to travel the world. You are invited. I am a bit shy in the beginning, but I warm up quickly. That is why I am not into the bar scene. I would prefer to go to the bar with someone than pick someone at the bar.
If you are interested, drop in a line. If you have any questions, just ask. Who knows what will click. We can make new friendships at the very least. If you don't try, you'll never know...
I am looking for someone real to meet... If you are in another part of the world, and trying to attempt some sort of scam, please try your luck with the next sucker. To all the real women out there, the preceding statement is similar to the ones you feel compelled to put out for guys looking for a booty call.
I am looking for a real relationship and if you are serious as well, then would love to hear from you.
A pet peeve I have developed recently is spelling mistakes. It is a real turn-off coming across people who don't know the difference between - your and 'you are'; then and than; there, their and they're. I used to not bother about these, until I began seeing "would of" being used for "would have". That is an abomination. I am not perfect myself and not a spelling or grammar Nazi, however I do believe we live in the US and need to know some basic English. Is that too much to ask?