I'm a free spirit, single and tolerant and discovering life anew each day. My biggest failing (perhaps attribute) is that I am a genuinely nice guy. You know the kind. Meets commitments, honors his word, dislikes playing mind and control games, generous to a fault and many say quite intelligent.
I'm the type who's restless in normal life. I always am seeking new and different experiences for inspiration. Some may humorously nick name me ADD case because of the number of projects I delve into at once (never diagnosed tho). However, when I focus, d*mn the torpedo’s!
I'm a gentleman, caring, sophisticated and a class act. I have a healthy sense of humor and love to laugh and smile. I'm fast, clever, and can lighten any mood. On Sundays I like to continue the lovemaking we started on Saturday night. I have been told that my eyes and smile are attractive and captivating. I've always been good at creating an adventure, sometimes when I didn't have any intention of doing so. Oh, did I mention that I am modest?
Honesty is essential. So here goes. I am a unique, extraordinarily creative man who by the consequences of a questionable choice made a long time ago, also a paraplegic. I was a professional road racer, hurt in 1980 after being struck by a motorcycle. The accident was my fault. I don’t know from where I got it, but racing has always been in my blood. Although some say I am fairly intelligent, others at times question my sanity (I continue to play with race cars). They just don’t understand! No matter. Life did go on, and extremely fast when I choose to participate. And baby, believe me, I have to the max. Some of my all time favs are downhill skiing, auto racing, scuba, marathons, hand cycling, wood carving, architecture, writing, woodworking, mechanics in general and more. But make no mistake, these are things that I do, not who I am.
If you contact me I promise to treat you with utmost respect. Feel free to drop me a line and I promise to write you back as soon as possible. I look forward to seeing a bright smile on your face.
Oh and yeah, at first glance I look a bit imperfect. Why "settle for" a good looking dude who happens to use a wheelchair when you can have a "real man.” So, not in a disrespectful sense, just how is that search going? By simply dismissing potentially fantastic people over a physical attribute can limit the incredible opportunities that face you today, Hey, we all have imperfections, some more visible that others. All I am saying is look past the minor physical stuff and come to know the person. Me. I am worth it.
Hmmm. A first date eh?
I envision a first date in a first class setting, with a panoramic view. We would feel a cool breeze, and enjoy scrumptious food and drink. We would spend time talking, about each other's experiences, strengths, hopes and dreams without having to watch the clock. If we connect, then moving on to a new location for some fun and adventure. Then, we let destiny work it's magic...