Speaking of food metaphors...I take the spaghetti approach to dating, i.e. throw it on the wall and see if it sticks. Just try it out and see. I am not looking for perfection, just someone who appreciates me and I appreciate in turn. I am willing to try and am open to the possibilities (throwing on the wall) and if someone "sticks" then that's great.
I embrace the life philosophy that we live from love or fear. I live consciously from love. I am not always consistent or mindful and I recognize that. I want a mate that does too. I want us to find our common humaness and in turn, our heart. Come join me and take the risk. This Jim Carrey's video captures this nicely https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10152191964486135&fref=nf
I view life and relationships the same, don't sweat the small stuff. For if there is a willingness to be in our hearts and to be connected then things can be worked out and life can be enjoyed.
I have been described as kind, grounded, open, honest, intelligent, empathetic, calm, centered, and positive.
I don't really have a "go to" thing to do. I enjoy being physically active, emotionally connected, and intellectually engaged so that can cover a variety of things. I am up for most anything for it is the company I share that is important to me more so than the activity.
What I like about this article is it talks about the danger of having a checklist which these online dating sites encourage. Plus it talks about having likes and interests that does not relate directly to love. Basically the article warns us about choosing a mate from what a lot of the online dating sites encourages us to do.