I'm actually new to the DC area, a transplant for the high five of America, Michigan. I quit my job and moved here with no job, friends, or family. I'll let you know if 5 years if it was a ballsy or just stupid decision haha.
I'm a twentysomething figuring out my life. I have a steady life, which I constantly want to shake up. I don't really drink or smoke, and I'm pretty content with that. Nothing too against it, but my beverages of choice is coffee or tea, typically iced.
College Graduate, have my own ride, and I'm trying to discover what life is really all about. I'm pretty average, and I'd like to meet someone that's somewhat similar. I'm not into the stereotypical gay scene. I have like 2 or 3 gay friends, and again, I'm more than okay with that.
Ideally, I'm looking for someone to build a life together with, cause it's more fun that way. I want kids in the future and like one of those bush fences with a with one of those entry way things. and maybe a dog.
But in all honesty, I'm looking for someone that I can be comfortable and open around. Someone that's strong enough to challenge me and call me out if needed, but also someone that's understanding enough to know that I need some alone time, and doesn't get offended. I'm looking for true love, not fairy tale love. The kind that if you fight, you fight, but you don't ever go to bed angry with each other. The kind of love that you wake up every day and that's all you need. The kind where I need him as much as he needs me. I'm not gonna lie, I have my share of hesitations and bad experiences, but I'd like to believe I haven't given up all hope yet on my him of the future. It's gonna take a lot of time for me to open up, but if it's true love, we'll both be okay with that.
ok, sappy mode over.
I want to make a difference, and leave this world a little better going out than when I came into it, so slowly but surely, hopefully I'm doing something to make this true.
People always seem to recognize me walking around or at some random event. I get tons of "I've seen you before at..." or "Oh yeah! I've seen you walking downtown before."
I must be really unobservant or I stick out like a sore thumb.
show: buffy the vampire slayer (before vamps were the cool new thing)
book: good question...
One of my favorite songs (among many) is Somewhere Only We Know by Keane. I love The Fray, Sara Bareilles, and Bastille just to name a few bands/singers.
my brain is constantly in overdrive.
Other times, going out, playing board games, checking out events, snuggling. Spectrum is wide!