I am a very happy person. I find enjoyment out of things as small as a nice shot in tennis or as big as a recent trip to Asia. Life is just a bunch of moments. If I can get four or five good ones out of an event or trip, it was worthwhile. I am not looking for perfection, though. Life can be a bit of a roller coaster which is fine.
I am looking for a woman who likes to have fun and who likes me. Whether it is laughing over a glass a wine or grabbing some sun on the golf course, let's see if we have any chemistry. I prefer a strong minded woman who is somewhat adventurous and open minded. She has to like herself and have her own life.
My father used to tell me "always have a plan but do not get locked into it". In other words, do not be the "I don't know, what do you want to do?" guy and never, never be "my way or the highway" guy. Just offer a plan of action but be willing to change it if someone has a better one.
I have traveled a great deal (29 countries so far and not nearly done - just added another in 2016). I find discovering the similarities and differences between people and cultures fun. To quote the movie Good Will Hunting, "People call these things imperfections, but they're not. Ah, that's the good stuff."
I am a bit of a movie addict and sports nut (yes, I watch sports on TV and go to the occasional Giants or Warriors game). While I love hanging out with my buddies, I still really enjoy going to the ballet or a museum. You can be a strong man and still like culture also.
I work in San Francisco but live in Sausalito.
I play tennis several times a week. I am an avid baseball, basketball and football fan. As everyone says, good food and wine are nice. I like the ballet. I have not seen a modern dance recital recently but would like to.
I have my own business in the computer software industry in the medical arena.
"How fiction ruined my family" - written by my cousin, Jeanne Darst. Hilarious and sad book. A look at my dysfunctional family (or at least my cousins).
Also, "The man who wrote the book" by Erik Tarloff. Really, really funny. Read the first page - I promise that you will be laughing.
Movies - I am a movie addict. Too many to say, but one is "The year of living dangerously"
2) Water - my cure all. Swimming, rowing, sailing, river rafting, kayaking, showers, hot tubs, steam room, saunas, etc.
3) New adventures - at least one a year.
4) Sports - playing and watching. I'm a little addicted.
6) Possibly you...(a little cheesy huh?)