I am a legal professional. I had a dog that I absolutely cherished, but I lost him a few years ago to old age and health problems. I love music and going to concerts (I’ve had a particular favorite rock band since I was in high school), I like going to SF Giants games and art festivals, I was hooked on "24" (now I like NCIS and Law & Order: SVU), and I like dining out. I volunteer for the Humane Society. I'm talkative (unless I'm in a bad mood, which isn’t often). I’d like to meet someone who I enjoy being with. Whether we have exactly the same interests is not a top priority for me, as long as we have great chemistry.
Some of the things I would like to find in a guy/relationship: Someone who realizes the emotional connection (chemistry) and attraction between two people is key. I believe external hobbies and interests can come later and be shared if two people want to be with one another enough and respect the other’s interests. Someone who is playful and has a sense of humor. Someone who is passionate about things that interest him, affectionate, and doesn’t have a problem showing affection. Someone who is considerate and kind. Someone who is able to openly communicate and is honest. What you see is what you get with me, and I hope to meet a man with that same quality. I like a man who is comfortable with himself and not afraid of a serious, committed relationship.
I am outgoing, have a professional career, volunteer, and enjoy my personal life and friends. Even though I am happy with my life, I would like to find that special person to share it with me.
My preference is to meet someone that lives fairly local to San Jose, is in the age range I prefer of 45-60, and is interested in a long-term relationship. Non-smoker. I do not want to be contacted by married or separated men.
Please have recent photos posted. Thank you.
Oh, I have not upgraded my account, so I cannot see if you send me a "want to meet you".
I would like to meet in a public place, such as for coffee, a drink, or dinner. The activitiy and location are less important. What's more important is the connection and the conversation.