I’m a psychologist so I’m all about the journey, both the external and internal, and love doing exhilarating things as much as things a bit more sedate. You're just as likely to find me checking out some no name band at the Rock n Roll Hotel as at a Tibetan Bowl Meditation or 5 Rhythms dance as having a quiet evening at home reading or watching Netflix.
I love live music, theatre, dancing, modern art, politics, history, travel, white water rafting, biking, crosswords, staying fit, silly banter, serious banter, Project Runway (let's just keep that one between the two of us, ok?) and cursing republicans (they've made it so easy lately that its kind of taken the fun out of it). I'm very fit and active but am also expert at stupendous feats of laziness. I haven’t seen anywhere near enough of the world and always have my passport at the ready!
I've come to realize that the only thing in life that really matters, that really brings happiness, is connection with the right person; the feeling that home is not a physical space but a place in the heart. I definitely have more of a sense of adventure and playfulness than the average guy my age. But I also have a much more sensitive side than the vast majority of guys. Most nights, my ideal evening is coming home to the one I love and snuggling on the couch or in bed with the critters and reading, talking about our days or watching a movie or our favorite TV show. I miss that sense of having someone's back and of her having mine. People are complex and what I most desire is a partner who I can have fun with but who is also interested in understanding and connecting on that more vulnerable level that we might not be so comfortable acknowledging is even present.