"There are no bad plans only poorly executed awesome ones." "Everybody dies but not everybody lives." These quotes were not found in a Harvard text book or written by a famous dead rabbi (Vampire Diaries and JayZ), however, I do find them to be deep and life defining. Before you view me as a free living and pot smoking hippie type (I am not) let me explain why I hold these quotes in such high esteem. Everyone on this site has been in a relationship, loved someone, and dreamt of the perfect life with the perfect companion only to recognize that we were wrong or they were wrong for us. Our plans for the perfect life were not bad plans just poorly executed and did not include the awesome partner we were looking for. I believe that to live right and love well takes practice. Dating, dinner, dancing, communicating, sex etc are all parts of living and learning. Staying home instead of meeting that not so perfect companion for a cup of coffee is a missed opportunity to live and learn. I choose life! I enjoy meeting people and learning who they are and why they are who they are. I can talk and I can listen (yes, some men are capable of this). Getting to know someone is a guilty pleasure of mine and the more unique the individual the better. I enjoy dialog (smart and meaningless) and will start up a conversation with anyone anywhere. I am curious, high energy, great sense of humor, do not judge others (everyone is a bit Fkd-up) and have received the #1 Dad award twice (thanks kids).