Time is precious, so I'll attempt to encapsulate myself in a few words despite it going against how much I like to pontificate about myself. Okay, for those who get the headline and the joke in the first sentence, we're off to a good start! First of all, I have a dry,sarcastic and (from what I've been told), funny sense of humor. And yes, I do know how to read my environment and shut it down. With the exception of a picture of me working out, I think my pics.provide a recent and decent snapshot of me when I'm not at work or school. When I'm not studying, you'll find me riding my m/c on the coast, mountains or at a rally, singing karaoke, catching a ball game, at a comedy show or theater, or spending time with my family (no. I'm definitely not a mamma's boy). According to some of the questions I've received, I guess there's a few of those dudes out there still.
Okay, here comes the proverbial "wants" vs. "don't wants." I've seen some real doosey's on here so I'll blend in the the 'BIG 3" and we can discuss anymore if/when the time comes.
1. I'm a relational man and not religious.I attend non-denominational services and would also like to be with a woman of faith.
2. I want a partner in life, which means I also want someone who takes care of their body. I'm not looking for Venus and I hope your not looking for Adonis, but working out on an average of at least 3x a week is HIGHLY desired.
3. The last of the "BIG 3." I've been riding m/c's for about 30 years and it's so sad to see men who loved to ride at one time to give up their passion because of a relationship. I know this is not popular and perhaps this philosophy is contributory as to why I'm still single. However, barring something illegal, immoral or unethical, I respect what passions you have before we meet, while we meet, and certainly will support them after we have met. So, what I'm trying to saying is; if you have a propensity in wanting to change men, it's not going happen with me. I'm secure in who I am and where I'm going; however, I'm just not sure at this point in whom I'm going to share my journey with at this time.
In sum, at my age and probably yours, we've all had: Our hearts broke, been done dirty, been betrayed, sad stories, which has lead us to where we're at in the utilization of this type of service to find love. Of course I'm only stating the exceptions and not the rule here and please don't get me wrong, as a counselor, I believe in the power of communal healing and discussing matters that afflict us. However, for me, courtship is not the place and time. Rather, it's a time for us to get to know what drives us and what passions and/or ambitions we may share in hope that commonality and personality dictates if we might build upon a future.
So much for the "Reader's Digest" version huh? If it was too long for you, than I suspect our motives might be askew anyways. Thanks for your precious time in reading =)