That was the important bit about who I am; here's some more about what I like to do:
I'm a musician, a worldly and open-minded traveler, an outdoorsman, a nerd for current events, a competitive athlete and a long time practitioner of yoga. For years I spent many weekends of the rainy winter playing competitive rugby, but this is a young man's game, and I am beginning to segue into retirement. Last year I was the oldest starter on my club, this year I am taking a major step back from the time and physical commitment of serious athletics. I will still train some (because I am addicted to cardio fitness) but I will no longer be dedicating most weekends from January to April to stomping other men.
In the place of rugby I hope to spend more time in Tahoe crashing through the tress, and I will be focusing on my new band. I've played bass and guitar in many bands over the years, but this new band is a stretch for me because I am also handling most of the vocals. So far the vibe is great and we just crushed our first show so I am excited to have this new creative outlet up and running.
I am professionally successful, but this is not the focus of my life. If I had to name my life's focus, it would be learning and understanding the world/myself in that world. I've spent a lot of time thinking about what makes humans happy and I've deliberately constructed a reality that makes me very happy. At this stage, I have achieved many of my personal and professional ambitions. As a result, I am most focused on what might be considered the most important life goal: finding you, the ideal partner for the next stage of our lives.