Back to SF after 2 years abroad, and feeling good about it.
I'm always trying to fill my weekends up, usually with outdoor pursuits. I love a girl (woman - do you prefer to be called a woman?) who can get a little dirty, laugh things off, go with the flow, and is filled with a need to constantly be doing and learning new things.
I have to be honest - if you would rather sleep in and have a fantastic brunch and then enjoy a nice cocktail by the pool than be out climbing, surfing, sailing, hiking, running or doing something else that takes up most of the day on the weekends, we will be great friends, but it won't work out long term. Too much evidence to the contrary. Every now and then - awesome! I love brunch. But it's more the exception than the rule. Okay - that's my only rant: promise!
Definitely think the best way to find the right person is to meet as many people as possible and just grab a coffee or go for a run.
I'm still trying to figure out a single trait or two that most highly correlates to us being compatible. I think an appreciation for Wes Anderson movies and/or It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a good starting point.
On my Hulu:
New Girl, House, Whitney, Bent, The Office, 30 Rock, Family Guy (It's Always Sunny and Californication, but not on my Hulu)
On my Kindle:
Bill Clinton "Back to Work", Steve Jobs' biography, Four Hour Work Week...yeah, not a big fiction guy. I've been told that's a major flaw.
On my iPhone:
LCD Sound System, She & Him, Ke$ha
Movies I have actually paid for:
Wes Anderson's stuff
Bruce Brown surf flicks
Into the Wild