Despite the seriousness of what I am going through, my outlook on life is positive. This marks my second surgery since the initial diagnosis in 2010. Truthfully, I was happy and thoughtful before, but now I have a duty to show people that it's possible to find happiness inspite of the downright horrendous hands we're dealt. In the end, 3 things are plainly obvious: I want to live. I want to change lives. I want to keep learning.
It is fair to say that this is more than most people are willing to take on. I have reasonable expectations; taking into consideration, of course, that my life is extraordinary. At the very least, I make a friend.
As of 7/19/13, I am free of cancer. Congratulations to me!
I say all of this not to receive pity, but because it's a huge part of my current life and while cancer doesn't define me I have to be honest if I expect honesty.
With that said, I am looking for a man that is fun, but not obnoxious. Someone that is into hiking, camping and roadtrips. I definitely do not have a physical type so much as I have specific characteristics that I find attractive. You could call me a liar, but if Louis C.K. asked me out, I would be all about it. Don't get me wrong, I think Jon Snow, Jesse Pinkman and Don Draper are dreamy, and I would go out with them as well.
If you love or play rugby 7's, you're a dream and we need to be friends!