I don't think I'll ever enjoy straight up Jazz. It's just not for me.
There may be a type of jazz you don't like, but I guarantee there is more jazz you like than don't like.
Vince Guaraldi is fully jazz... and he wrote all the music for The Peanuts.
Ornette Coleman is a freeform jazz sax player who breaks all the rules and assembles them into new shapes. You won't like him.
Stan Getz is as cool as they come, and even if you hate melody, "Take Five" is a drum solo that you love, and can probably already mimic most of, because it is so woven into our culture.
Al DiMeola. The Modern Jazz Quartet. Medeski, Martin & Wood. Earl Klugh. Kenny G. Spyro Gyra.
And that's not even moving to the edges of Jazz, where people will argue with you whether it is even jazz or not... Dr. John, Bela Fleck & The Flecktones, Frank Zappa, Nina Simone, etc, etc, etc.
Something - Side B, track 3 of that one LP you really like, but it's a weird song, but you like it and find yourself humming along to it - will break the shell on Jazz for ya... and it will seep in, and one day you will realize that you actually like a lot of tracks that kinda venture into that territory... and then you'll find your particular "flavor" of jazz.
But Ornette, and Parker, and Coltrane, and Miles, and ... they might always be off the plate.
Who knows? :-)