After several years in the hotel business, I decided to leave and become an independent consultant which has been rewarding both personally and professionally. I enjoy traveling, eating out (I'll try most any food, but sushi is probably my favorite). I also eat at home and people claim I'm a very good cook, but I think they're just saying that so I'll keep cooking for them. I recently had an adventurous itch so for some strange reason, I jumped out of a perfectly good airplane at 10,000 feet -- it was a rush like no other. I just finished running my fifth marathon in October and have another on the books in Fall '13. My goal is to qualify for Boston, however I'm still a ways off (but getting closer). When not running I try to hit the gym 1-2 times/week, play cards with friends, or meet up with friends/family to catch up and enjoy life.
A prior boss who I highly respected once asked me, "When was the last time, you did something for the first time"? and that always stuck with me. Unfortunately, I think we often find ourselves in routines. While some are necessary, I enjoy trying new things and they're even more enjoyable when experiencing them with someone special.
Please know, there are no concerns about high drama with an ex-wife. OK Cupid is new to me, and I'm not sure what to expect, but my hope is to find a woman who is smart, positive-minded, and athletic with a good sense of humor. Ideally, I would like the dating to evolve into a long-term relationship. I have no children, but like kids very much; I do have a small dog who is a lot of fun, and sometimes a pain (smile). So, that's a little about me. If you think we'd be a good match and want to grab a coffee, a beer, or an unagi roll, just let me know. Conversely, if you want to grab a coffee, a beer or an unagi roll, but are crazy and may one day drive a chop stick in my eye, it's probably better we not meet..........probably.
Faith is taking the first step, even when you can't see the entire staircase.