Good luck in your search for love.
Dear (your name),
Thank you for taking the time to visit my profile, by the fact that you are reading this I can hopefully presume that my pictures met with your liking. Or at least that you are pretending that they did for the sake of using some off-handed comment or grammatical error I make in this text as a basis for exclusion from your list of possible matches instead. Either way, kudos to you.
As you can tell from my photographs, I am not the average person that you would meet in the course of your daily routine. I rarely frequent bars or clubs, I care deeply for my friends and family, and have spent the better part of my adult life chasing dreams of something better. Things are starting to look up again after a few years of wondering if they ever could. For the time being that means working long hours between a couple of jobs to try and regain the ground I had lost, but the weight seems easier to bear with the light on the horizon.
I enjoy acting, singing, reading, music, history, theater, and building computers among other things. Most of my acting has been at local medieval, renaissance, and pirate festivals though while I was unemployed I brought my abilities to a community theater in Ft. Myers. They apparently thought I was good as they keep inviting me to audition for other roles, which I decline due to lack of time.
I am a horrible conversationalist. While a part of me is good on the stage and trying to turn uncomfortable silence into comedic inspiration, deep down I am rather introverted and am a better listener than a talker. This has of course turned many a date into awkwardly staring at the menus for far too long followed by desperately trying to salvage the evening through failed attempts at humor. I give you this not to warn you away but as a bit of me apologizing in advance and promising that I eventually open up, and so long as I can find some form of comfort or stability in a situation I tend to be a little more outgoing than I first appear.