I am a physician who practice family medicine and nutritional medicine.
Luther College for undergrad, UW--Milwaukee for grad, UW Madison for med school. I've dated women with high school diplomas and I've dated professionals. I am more interested in how nice you are and what you have done with your life than your degree.
Spending time outdoors and being active are both very high on my list of fun things to do.
My hobbies are healthy living and eating, hiking, fly fishing, camping, bicycling, walking by the Lake, movies, genealogy, ball room dancing (favorites are tango and waltz), cross country skiing, studying Italian, reading, watching movies, and singing spiritual music.
Movies: Phenomenon, Jerry Maguire, The Man in the Moon, It Could Happen to You, many others (mostly romantic comedy and drama)
Music: Enya, Shania Twain, sacred, classical. Pretty eclectic tastes in music, but metal, rap, and and classic country are not in the mix.
On a rainy day I like to curl up in bed with a good book.
Last books: John Grisham, Sue Grafton, and Harlan Coben mysteries; Italy Travel Guides (a dozen of them); lots of medical and nutritional stuff; Eat, Pray, Love, which was excellent!
Love Milwaukee's many ethnic restaurants. Hiking in the gorgeous forests of Kettle Moraine, Door County (Peninsula and Newport), or a walk by the Lake. Been to Italy 7 times and love it.
I'm 1/4 Italian, but like many people with Italian heritage, that 1/4 tends to dominate everything else! I've been to Italy 7 times, and love all things Italian--la bella lingua, the food, the culture--everything!
I consider myself very spiritual, and am more spiritual than religious. I believe in a loving, caring God, and know that there is more than one way to Him/Her. I am comfortable in most churches, but I'm not so much into dogma. While it would be nice if my partner and I had the same spiritual beliefs, I don't think it's necessary.
And, since it's not in the demographic section on this site, I'll put it here-- I am pretty liberal politically. Again, nice if we're similar, but not necessary.
Variety is the spice of life!