I believe in having the courage to take risks, to jump off a narrow path if ultimately your life will be better for it. (You know, the whole MBA and acting thing.)
I've been told I'm great company, fiercely loyal, and a good sounding board, someone you can trust to be honest with you.
I'm spiritual. Though I don't go to church services, I regularly visit a beautiful chapel to sit and think, to give thanks for what I have, to ask for help with life's thornier issues.
I love children. I'm proud to be an "uncle" to many of my friends' kids, probably 'cause I'm quick to be as silly as they want.
I like to keep fit. (Because of injuries, I haven't been able to work out for awhile.) I love to be outdoors and am always up for a hike in the woods. I eat well (organic whenever possible) and often and anything.
What am I looking for? Smart is very attractive. At the end of the day, the hottest part of any woman is her brain.
Passion is very attractive. You get bonus points if your passion happens to be for me, but the judges will accept any of the following: your job, a hobby, a cause, an artist, an author, some country's cooking, a certain region's wine...
Sensuality is very attractive. I don’t just mean the obvious (though I definitely don't not mean the obvious). I hope you enjoy the sight of the first shoots of green in spring, the smell of the air in the woods, the feel and look of fresh vegetables at a greenmarket. What’s more sensual than cooking a meal together?
Humor is very attractive. Tell me a great joke. Let's spend days and nights laughing with and at each other.
A healthy lifestyle is very attractive. If you're a huge athlete, great. If you're not, I hope you stay fit and eat well (and enjoy eating!).
Support me and challenge me. Teach me some new skill or something about life; I promise I'll return the gift. Respect my goals and dreams even if they don’t match yours exactly. Appreciate, maybe even like, our differences. I figure that if we each have to give up a little to make our life together better, we’ll do pretty damn well.
I’ve dated some amazing women, even been engaged, but I don’t want to just keep dating. I’m hoping to find a woman to spend the rest of my life with. No, I don't have a deadline, and unless our first date is truly miraculous, I won't be proposing on our second date. I’m glad to say that my closest friends are in marriages that I admire. I’d be thrilled if someday my friends felt the same way about me. (And in case you’re wondering, that’s my nephew in those photos, and yes, I made that pie.)