sumthingdiffrnt: Fit father adventurer motorcyler guy
Non-Smoker with Athletic body type
Toronto, Ontario
52 year old Male, 5' 9" (175cm), Non-religious
Caucasian, Virgo
sumthingdiffrnt is actively seeking a relationship.
Graduate Degree

With one of the girls - you can see part of her ear. Isnt it beautiful?!

I am Seeking a Woman For Long Term
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Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? Does not want children
Marital Status Divorced Do you do drugs? No
Hair Color Brown Eye Color Brown
Do you have a car? Yes Do you have children? Yes
Longest Relationship Over 10 years How ambitious are you? Ambitious
Pets Dog Second Language Spanish

About Tom
Hello there!

As I consider writing something for this section I think back to elements of prior good relationships and I believe these relationships were anchored by among other things an attraction for one another, a simple friendship and common interests and mutually enjoyable activities.

So, here are some things I enjoy and some characteristics that describe me and what I am attracted to in others. I hope this assists in our gaining a sense of compatibility.

First, I am the father of 3 wonderful daughters, ages 9, 12 and 15. Our family also includes a Golden Retriever. I really enjoy being their father all the affection, playing with them, sharing with them, listening to them, trying to guide them. If you're a parent you understand this. if you're also a parent you understand that it requires some commitment, but that said my time sharing the children with their mother allows free time for developing a relationship and spending fun times with someone special.

I'm a positive person, an “every cloud has a silver lining” sort, patient (children teach you that!), tend to be analytical and I'm pretty modest and self deprecating. I'm pretty well educated and think I'm intelligent and easy going, I try not to judge, I like to laugh, find life interesting and amusing and know how fortunate I am to have experienced what I have in life. I'm creative (handy with my hands, I build things) and adventurous (travel, trying new things) and I believe balance in life is important. It's important for me to be in good physical shape, I play hockey and go to the gym (if you were someone who is a Goodlife member maybe there's some fitness time we could share together) and dabble on other sports. I enjoy the outdoors, cottaging, bicycling, scuba diving, tennis, water skiing, riding my motorcycle (it feels like my horse and I'm galloping through traffic), camping, movies, walks along the lake shore and I love to travel, often straying off the beaten path (I didn't start with the objective of 'keeping score', but last count I've had the fortune to work or travel in 76 different countries and have experienced some great and the occasional intriguing adventures). I'm mindful of our impact on the environment and believe we all have a part in minimizing our impact where we can. I volunteer and coach a couple of my daughter's hockey teams as part of my contribution to the community AND it simply makes me feel good assisting, I once did 1 1/2 years volunteer work in Costa Rica and the Cdn Arctic in remote communities doing various projects (cliinic, built a bridge, schools), among the best experiences of my life! Yeah, I keep busy, but isn't that how you get the most out of life, by experiencing it? Would you respect me if I spent time watching tv or on internet dating sites waiting to meet 'that woman who would change my life"? If I didn't have my girls at their current ages I'd likely be off somewhere on an adventure - Latin America, Southesast Asia, Australia, somewhere in the Pacific, maybe Africa (although I increasingly find it less and less safe - and I've been there before).

I know I'm not perfect. For example, I know on occasion I can be a bit of a doddler, or I just can't seem to herd the three rabbits (my daughters) in the time I allocated (I get a couple going and one has stopped to nibble grass, then I get her focused and one of the other ones has now stopped to nibble grass), but if I'm late it's infrequent and I'll call to let you know I'm on my way. I, of course, am very forgiving of your being late.

If you'd describe yourself as someone who likes to be active and do stuff, but can also take it easy, share dinner together, relax and watch a movie I think we'd get along great! You'd also hopefully value personal fitness (it's simple to me, you limit yourself in what you can do if you're not in sufficient shape to enjoy doing it) be intelligent and educated, and above all, simply nice (being nice is ... well ... I think about the nicest attribute anyone can have). You have a warm and pretty smile that you hopefully show freely and often, a good sense of humour and you like to laugh but also are insightful enough to ponder life's meaning from time to time and share these reflections with me. You'd likely share my inquisitive sense and, like me, were somewhat adventurous and had some creative juices (whatever the form of creativity), you are reflective and self realized (you're self confident, yet eager to continue to grow). Hoping, in seeking a relationship, you're looking for a partnership of equals where we share and work together using our respective strengths to our combined benefit.

So, what do you think? Do a few of the things I describe as my passions resonate with you? If you agree and if these also describe you then I think we have some chemistry and I hope you'll consider saying hello, or responding to my hello.

Ugh! Okay, I don't like to say this, but two little thing I feel I should communicate. I'll get greetings where women have written "Hi", or "Hey there" and that's it! Am I supposed to reply? Do I write "Hi" in return? If you think you see something in my profile that's of interest and you're thinking to say hello, please consider striking-up a conversation. I find "Hi" or "Hey there" so vague and I'll likely not respond. Sorry! Also, I find long distance to be challenging, I wish it weren't and that love can conquer such a small thing. I believe it probably can, BUT, it's getting through the dating period and the distance that's the challenge and if we both had unlimited free time and travel didn't mean rush hour, well perhaps, but that's not the reality and so please be cognizant of these challenges if outside the 416/647 area code.

I wish you all the best in your search! I know if you stick it out you'll find your mate!

First Date
Probably best to keep it simple, low key. Maybe something like I pick you up in a chartered helicopter, we soar over Niagara Falls before landing on a roof top to gain access to a private dining room where Sting is giving us a private concert.

Oh! Too much like an episode of the Bachelor?

Okay, how about a drink at a convenient location and a nice walk and further chatting afterwards (I'll hold the helicopter until the second date)?


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