I believe that being positive and happy is a choice (at least to some degree), so I choose to be that way as often as possible. I like making people laugh. INTJ/INFJ. Very goal oriented -- future physician and scientist. I'm grateful for the hand life has dealt me.
Life is too short to not have new experiences. It would be great to spend time with someone who comes up with good adventures and spontaneous things. I really enjoy music, being active and cooking/eating relatively healthy foods. I like soccer, weight training, biking, camping, fishing, golf, intellectual conversation, cooking for people, board games reading, movies and new foods and experiences! Music festivals are a blast; I like to dance. I hope to travel more. I miss having a dog in my life.
I guess I'm kinda' looking for the right person to spend my time with. I'm not entirely sure what she is like. Certainly someone who is happy and has a positive outlook. Someone who strikes me as attractive and I have good chemistry with (for me, that includes physical, intellectual, and personality). Someone who takes care of herself. Can communicate her feelings. Functioning at a high level. Comfortable with silence. Comfortable being silly sometimes.
Maybe seeking all this in a single person is unrealistic. Do we really know what we're looking for? I'm not perfect; she shouldn't have to be either. I think I'm ready to meet a life partner. Ready to build toward that kind of relationship. But I suppose I might be open to a short-term sort of thing, with the right person.
Heads up: I don't really "play the dating game" very well. You know what I mean... Acting like I'm not that interested, waiting artificial amounts of time before responding to messages, being intentionally unavailable. I don't do those things. My good friend says: "With pretty girls, you need to (psychologically) kick 'em down the stair." I know that technique probably works, but its just not who I am (and that is all I have to offer). I wear my heart on sleeve and I'm not afraid. I've been told that I'm a great person (and I believe it to be true). If someone decides that "I'm too available" or "too interested", then I guess it will be their loss, but they'll never find out. Someone said "We accept the love we think we deserve" -- that resonates with me.
Appreciate a wide range of humor and comedy. Nothing offends me. Also tend to keep current with The Daily Show; missing the Colbert Report. Also enjoy science-fiction, horror, and documentaries; especially nature documentaries that use time lapse techniques to show plants growing.
Sleep. Music, Internet, Coffee.
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