I love to talk to strangers. NYC provides ample opportunity to widen the social circle with cool people!
Last Wednesday night, my love, Bill, and I were on a stroll in the West Village. I forced him to take a selfie of us and the skyline, although his arm isn't long enough to capture the entire 1 World Trade Center. Thankfully, a stranger intervened and offered his assistance.
I couldn't help but ask if he was single, as he was so cute and polite (not to mention impeccably-dressed!) When he replied "yes," I was off to the races!
I decided to start a new column on this blog--"Single in the City"--as a (hopefully) great way for people to meet. This guy is a keeper for his occupation alone! (See below.)
Like what you see? Be brave and send him a (love) note! Want to take a risk and have your profile featured on my blog? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Name: Daniel A.
Occupation: Baker (of cupcakes!)
Interested in: Men
Who is your ideal mate? Ideally, someone my age or older. I like someone who can laugh and not take themselves too seriously. Someone who enjoys a night out as much as a night in. Must like food! Family is important-- ideally, they are close with theirs.
Do you think NYC is a great place for love? My motto is "grow where you are planted" and I think NYC really provides a chance to meet great people and have great experiences. NYC is definitely a place to find love, but it starts with you.
What is your favorite romantic film? "It Happened One Night" is such classic film. Opposites can attract!
What would constitute a perfect date? Hmm, cooking a meal together never goes out of style. You can really get to know someone during that process. Or even taking a class both of us haven't done! That could be fun.
Like what you see? Curious to learn more? Email him at Daubry1989@gmail.com.