I'm back on here, again,still looking for the infamous "ONE". I'm currently battling with quitting smoking, I will win eventually. I am a gentleman looking for the lady of my dreams. Someone that has there act together, but still has a bit of an adventurous side. I do ride a Harley, but it does not define who I am. I just enjoy riding, the open air blowing through the hair I have left. I recently moved to the Smyrna area, and work in the Wilmington area. I am a laid back guy with a good sense of humor. I'm told I look like a younger Sean Connery or James Brolin. I am a former athlete, and I'm still in pretty good shape. I do prefer a woman more on the slender side, with an active lifestyle. I am an old romantic, I will open the door for a lady, I will compliment her. I'm shy for the first 5 minutes, but it fades quickly. I am an open person, and can talk about anything. I have a pretty quick wit, and enjoy mixing it up with friends at a Happy Hour or private gathering.
I am looking for a woman that has varied interest, and likes to do her own thing. I don't want to be glued at the hip with anyone. I want that special someone to be able to maintain her lifestyle, not have to change it completely to be with me. I have my own interest, some of those may interest her, some may not. I look at it as 2 worlds coming together, not creating a whole new one. If this sounds interesting, maybe we could exchange a few emails, share a few conversations, and take it from there. I want to take the time to get to know someone, I'm not looking to rush into something. It is far too important to me.
I have been married twice before, 13 and 16 years respectively. I helped to raise 3 step-children for the last 30 years. I was never lucky enough to have any of my own. I do enjoy the empty-nester thing now, it's adult time now. So, if you have younger children, we're not a good match. I have been in the construction business for 33 years, and currently work as a project manager for a Wilmington firm. If you want to know more, just ask.
Keep it simple, and let's call it a first meeting. Have a drink, maybe an appetizer, a nice conversation, and see if we want to take it farther.