My friends say I'm complex, a kind of paradox. I can spend a semester studying medieval philosophy yet tear it up at night at a local pub or in Vegas for a weekend. I'm an adventurer who will take off for Europe on a week's notice, (find me a cheap ticket and I'm there). I enjoy doing things with my kids like going to the beach, riding dirt bikes in the desert or taking a bike ride at the park. I'm also content with a good book, a warm fire, a glass of wine and good company. I love trying new things, seeing new places, meeting new people and hearing their stories (everyone has at least one good story, don't you agree). I'm a single dad, busy with a successful career, graduate school and a house full of boys, feeling like something is missing or maybe someone to share at least a little bit of life with.
I'm looking for someone who values good conversation, intelligence, and wit but also has a deep heartfelt concern for those around us. Most people take themselves too seriously and are more concerned with appearances than character. You should love to laugh, be content and confident with who you are and kind. Depth and character is always more interesting that shallow and superficial. I'm the kind of guy that will open the door for you and buy you flowers every once in while just because. I think every guy should be able to cook at least one meal incredibly well (mine is lasagne). A girl that can name the quarterback and running back of my favorite team is a rare find indeed and just for that should be entitled to take me shopping or see a teary movie together. . . with no complaint from me. Partners are better than playmates. Being friends first and something more after that seems to build the strongest relationships.
I'm comfortable and confident with who I am and hope to meet someone that feels the same about themselves. If you're tired of superficial, self-centered and . . . yawn, look no further. It's hard to judge from a profile what someone is really like, but if anything you've read makes you nod your head, I'd like to hear from you. There's a lot more to me and probably a lot more to you than what can be written in a few paragraphs.