Friends have told me that I'm a person that's really into what I do, but very easy going at the same time. Study and train in Aikido. Scuba Instructor on the side. Ride motorcycles, love convertibles. I’m very well traveled, but still a lot of places to explore. Take photographs and video both above and under water. Occasionally make movies with a small degree of success! An adventure streak a mile wide. A hopeless romantic. I go out of my way for my family and friends. Give money when I can and try to be generous with everything. Nutty, dry, witty British humor is what I find really funny. Can cook to save my life. I like a woman like myself who's not afraid to try new things. She engages in some type of physical activity. Wears jeans, but cleans up nicely for a night on the town. Mostly, I want her to be her own person. Not to take life too seriously and understand life balance. I would love a woman who has depth and intelligence. It would be lovely if she's into culture in all it's forms. i'm also happy to have female friends. I joke that i'm in touch with my gay side ;)
I am adventuresome, funny, and playful
I've been clocked holding my breath for almost 3 minutes. You'd be surprised where this is useful ;-) I'm a NAUI scuba instructor with 1400 dives. I also hold a rank of ni-dan in Aikido (2nd degree black belt)
Extremely patient with everything
making people feel loved and comfortable around me, putting a smile on people's faces.
turning lemons into lemon meringue pie...
The Big Blue: Luc Besson
Matrix of course
Yojimbo, samurai: Kurasawa
Coldplay, Talking Heads, Beethoven, Mozart, Death Cab for Cutie, The WHO, Rossini, Peter Gabrial, Blue Oyster Cult
the only tv is mostly BBT, top gear(u.k. version), but downtown abby, firefly, and Burn Notice all good.
my family and friends
-on a road trip
SCUBA DIVING THE SANTA CRUZ PIER. best at night! octopus come out!
please keep in mind I'm recovering nicely. I relearned to walk within a few weeks of being released from the hospital.
"Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold."