I really love the outdoors and their activities (skiing, sailing, skiing, rock climbing, skiing...you get the idea), particularly in the winter (did I say skiing?), and would love to find someone who enjoys the like and can navigate their way around the trails without getting lost.
I can be quiet at first, but definitely open up, and almost don't know when to stop talking with a person who is chatty. I'm looking for someone to keep me on my toes, who can challenge me, and likes to get out and do/ see stuff. I've been described by my friends as unique, which I will take any day over being normal.
I'm a fairly open book, so feel free to ask me anything.
Although I do not consider myself a very religious person, I strongly prefer to date someone of the same religion.
I've recently been looking into returning to school for a higher degree and will be studying for the GREs in the fall.
-Giving my friends good advice, yet somehow I can't take my own.
-driving confidently and with a purpose and not like everyone else in this city
Music- I listen to a lot of mainstream on the radio and anything from Mumford and Sons, Walk Off the Earth, Ellie Goulding to old school Biggie and everything in between. I love singing (in my car and shower) so anything with some soul to it is okay by me.
TV- I will literally watch anything (except shows involving murder- feel free to ask if you want to know why), but do not have any shows that I must watch on a weekly basis. I'd much rather be out and about than at home because a show is on that I can not miss. When I am home though, my TV is typically tuned to trashy reality on Bravo, but mostly because it's used as background noise. Shows I actually enjoy include Friends (yes, I quote them), HIMYM, Big Bang Theory, 20/20, The Blacklist, Girls, etc.
Food- I eat to live, not live to eat (sorry, I'm not a foodie), but do enjoy eating as an activity! I love sushi, Indian, Mediterranean/ Israeli, good old comfort food and much more! I can almost always find something to eat, unless the place only serves pork.
Books- I am more of a magazine person and currently loving the subscription to Outdoor magazine that my sister got me. When I read books, my roommate refers to them as book candy aka girly, but not trashy, novels. I am however trying to get a few classics under my belt, and also enjoy some good non-fiction.
1. Mountains and snow for Skiing
2. Water for sailing
3. Animals/ pet
4. Changing Seasons