I am just returning to POF after a little break to get my Grandson situated his new home (with me). Needless to say, this has changed my life quite a bit and the free time I took for granted before, is now what I look forward to most. While I do get adult interaction during the day at work, well, that's work. A girl needs to have some fun on weekends too, and Chuck E Cheese is not this girls idea of fun.
With that being said, here are a few things about me:
Things I like: Breakfast at a nice diner or coffee shop on weekends. I like playing pool, but I'm not very good at it. Comedy Clubs are fun, and I love funny movies, bathroom humor, not so much. I like bowling, and I do pretty well...USUALLY. I like hanging out at the horse track or flea markets from time to time and backyard poker games are a blast. I love old muscle cars, and I actually prefer old to new on most things. So much more character. I LOVE ice cream a little too much so I'm looking for a 12 step program if you know of one. (kidding)
Things I don't like: Sushi and most seafood. Whiners and complainers. Arrogance. Animal Abuse. Being cold. SHOPPING. Oh, and I have no room in my life for liars and/or drug users.
What I'm looking for: My 2 daughters are grown and on their own, but, as I mentioned, I do have a toddler at home so most activities would need to be planned in advance. Spontaneity will only work if it's a "family" type activity. I do not expect a certain type of relationship at this point. Let's just see where it leads and if it doesn't turn out to be a long term partnership, well, at least we've each made a new friend. Attraction and chemistry are important to me, so if I don't respond to your message, I'm sorry but it's because I don't feel we'd connect.
So, did I miss anything?
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Is the first date after we meet? Or when we meet? Shouldn't we discuss the first date when we meet if we both feel the desire to know each other better?