I'm very committed to improving my physical fitness level, at least for now. I'm working with a personal trainer and my goal is to convert my spare tire into something more attractive. I'm not sure I will ever had a flat stomach exactly, and my goal isn't to lose weight exactly. Just convert what I have already from fat into muscle.
I love to travel, see new places. I play piano sometimes, probably not as often as I should. I'm creative and enjoy tinkering around my house.
I have had a long term relationship before, and it was good while it lasted. I don't believe in big sweeping, epic love stories and love-at-first-sight meet-ups. Ever read the cliche sonnet by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, "How Do I Love, Thee, Let me Count the Ways"? Everyone likes the first part:
"I love thee to the depth, breadth, and height my soul can reach when feeling out of sight for the ends of being and ideal grace."
That's a lot of love, right? The stuff movies are made of. The second line always gets me:
"I love thee to the level of every day's most quiet need by sun and candlelight."
Sometimes love is about the little things we share. The little things we do for each other that are small but not insignificant.
I was an English major; hence the poetry reference. Although I was more into medieval and Renaissance literature.