Eyes Grey Hair Dark brown Height 5' 10" Body Type A few extra pounds Marital Status Divorced
Smoke Never Drink Socially Activity Level Somewhat active Have Kids Yes and they live away from home Want Kids No, but it’s OK if my partner has kids Work Type Architecture/Interior Design Education Some college Religion Other Ethnicity White / Caucasian
I'm Looking for
Women between the ages of 44 and 60
I'm Interested in
A long term relationship, Marriage
Cottage Get Away
So, the challenge is how do I distinguish myself as being the "one" above all others. Hmmm, I have every day attributes of being fully employed, independent, own my house, kind, caring, have good ear for listening, like travelling and being at home, like going out and staying in. I mean this list can go on and on. But that doesn't make my stand out, that make me average (at least in my definition). I don't smoke, do drugs or screw around (read faithful). I'm a pretty straight arrow, but still enjoy good and silly times. Except for rap and some old school country, my musical tastes vary widely. I have an accommodating hand for those long walks you like, as well as cuddling on the sofa when it's minus 40 outside. But that still doesn't make me stand out. I think it's because I know where I am and what I want that makes me rise above others.
Everybody has a shopping list of likes and dislikes. We will discuss those as we go along in the relationship.
I've been alone with you
Inside my mind
And in my dreams I've kissed your lips
A thousand times
I sometimes see you
Pass outside my door
Is it me you're looking for?
What I'm looking for
The general idea is to get off of this site, with luck, forever! The march of a thousand miles begins with a first step. Ultimately I'd like to engage with someone with the goal of a life term commitment. I realise there is a process to get to that point. Care to start that process? You know what to do...
Internet dating creates the perception of abundant supply. No matter how many people we meet, some feel there are still lots out there. The supply erodes the value of any one individual. As a result, people pass over great relationship opportunities on the hunt for the ever-more-perfect one - I am not a perfect one. The best I have to give is to be the very best I can, and to give the very best of what I have .. to all that I do, to everyone I meet.