It occurs to me that the reviews on my Airbnb listing might give you a better idea of who I am. So! Here it is,
I am particularly happy outdoors, whether it's a hike on the Dipsea trail or from the Mission to the Marina. I have lived abroad, enjoy weekend getaways, and have checklists for both art museums and ballparks. I appreciate good food and wine, lively conversation, and the fact that all the world’s a stage and we are merely players.
Am hoping to meet someone who is as optimistic, adventurous, and enjoys life as much as I do...with a great sense of humor. I take humor VERY seriously.
Chivalry is not dead, manners are second nature to me. I also think one shouldn't point out that one opens doors, pulls out chairs, etc., but so many profiles mention "what happened to manners?" that I feel obliged.
Professionally, helped college students get that degree with as little debt as possible.
Very rewarding, and hopefully helping them see the big, long-term economic picture.
In addition, making dreams come true with career assistance (20 yrs exp.). Have helped 10000+ at all stages of career, from students to post grad professionals. I'm dedicated to your success.
-Writing, editing, proofreading
-Not sweating the small stuff
-Traveling, 2016 found me in Columbia and Cuba
-Seeing things from various viewpoints
-Sex and driving, because all guys think they're good at these
Recent books include Keith Richards, Steve Jobs and Babe Ruth biographies, "Imagine: How Creativity Works" and "1,000 Places to See Before You Die."
Movies, again, all over the place though I appreciate a good story more than lots of explosions.
Recently found a nice web gem, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld.
I enjoy pretty much all types of music. Food, no limits.
Should I write a musical about Hamilton? Alice Hamilton, the chemist? I can call it...Hamilton! Hmm...
You want spectacular job-hunt assistance. (Thus the wide age range, dating-wise, let's put the minimum at 35.) Seriously, a satisfied client summed it up, "Everyone needs a Dave."
There's an improv exercise wherein one member starts the scene and hands it off to another. That other picks up the line and starts with "yes, and..." Too often in life we say "yes, but..."
I'm looking for someone for whom "yes, and..." is better than "yes, but..."
If I visit and star you, it's not that I can't send you a nice message, nor expect you to message me first. It's about giving you a chance to check my profile. I like to think of myself as a decent wordsmith, there will be entertaining messages! All in CAPS!