You're the pilot!
NASA's robot "Curiosity" landed on Mars. Early pictures show no signs of ESPN, beer, motorcycles, or power tools. This makes it very clear that men are not from Mars.
I know it's a long read... yet how else am I to stand apart from the other guys here?
So, would you like to meet a guy who is a good neighbor, who helps out whenever, and wherever he can? A kind,chivalrous man, who likes himself and others, smiles and says "hello" often? A guy who looks behind himself when he enters a building, and holds the door open for a stranger coming next... ?
...an articulate, intelligent sort who dozen knead spell czech? (there, they're, their / compliment, complement / to, too, two.... you get the pitcher... er, picture)!!
I'm not George Clooney or Sam Elliott, then again, Quasimodo isn't staring back at me in my mirror. I don't have Warren Buffet's income, yet I have a respectable occupation with an awesome organization, and we're making a difference in people's lives ... I am a semi-handsome, strong, well-built young man with morals and a conscience. Durable and rugged enough to withstand most any difficulty, still caring and kind to others. It's not unusual to be mistaken for a younger man than I am.
Do you seek a healthy, active, energetic, successful, motivated man who works out daily, cooks, is creative and handy, has no aversions to washing dishes, doing laundry, grocery shopping? Matter of fact, I love grocery shopping. I can't wait to get back home and put together something delicious!! Still reading? Great!! May I introduce me to you?!
Exercising regularly, being toned, fit and healthy is very important to me. It's got to be important to you as well. I know we're not 25 or 30 anymore, but I'm not carrying a beer belly... (yes, I've got muscles - some of you specify you like them). I very rarely drink. I'm just not that excited about it.
I am always eager to learn, grow, and improve myself. I LOVE to get lost in a great book. I read daily and yes, I can communicate with you...
I’m looking, and waiting patiently for one unique and very special woman. She isn’t like the others. Yes, she is lovely, but NOT just on the surface. She possesses a genuine beauty INSIDE as well... her heart resonates warmth and compassion; caring and honesty. She is tough, yet gentle. Playful and youthful. She delights in the wonders of nature and the world.
I hope to meet a real, genuine, energetic, adventurous lady... a one-man woman. I read in one woman's profile that she'd like to meet a man's man who is also in touch with his feminine side. Just the same, I'd be thrilled to meet an attractive, fit, tomboy-type woman who is also a lady.
* Keb Mo asks a spirited question with respect to Respect, Romance Chivalry, Adventure and Fun:
"Are you gonna be any better, than the man you had to be to get her?"
My answer is absolutely!!
If you'd like to hear him sing it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgu2BG3G3i0 (May I suggest you give it a listen?)
One evening years ago I was standing in the "kitchen area" (two refrigerators stocked mostly with beer, and when there was room, assorted perishable snacks) of the local Horseshoe Club waiting to pitch, when Moe (an ancient man whose name isn't really Moe, though everyone called him that), leaned near to me and said, "Hey kid - have some of this hot pepper cheese. It'll put lead in your pencil." "Thanks Moe," I replied. "I've got all the lead I need. Problem is, I've got no one to write to." And still, years later, no one ..... I am proud to say however, that I "Ain't Misbehavin'." I'm waiting patiently to write all my love letters to one special lady.
If you prefer adjectives, I might be described as flawed, patient, truthful, optimistic, kind, creative, a bit silly, respectful, monogamous, cautious, toned, adaptable, sensible, empathetic, curious, and fun!
If you've read this far, I'd like to say just one more thing. C'mon, didn't you put a profile here for guys to write you? The way a woman reacts to being approached here on POF speaks VOLUMES about her willingness or ability to communicate in a relationship. If I step out of my comfort zone to let you know I find some attraction and write you a personal greeting, and you can't muster up the courtesy to at least acknowledge that I've written, even if to say "No Thanks," then honestly - it's your loss, not mine. No, I'm not bitter, far from it. I just couldn't be involved with someone who lacks compassion for others, common courtesy; and can't or won't communicate their feelings. No excuses. How on Earth would you nurture a relationship? (And we both know that YOU wouldn't want to be treated that way yourself).
My dear mother has always said: "A man chases a woman until she catches him." - True.
Best to ALL...
Lets do something different...find a little league or junior hockey game where we don't know a single player, and just watch the kids play. Maybe go to a county or a state park, and swing on the swings, or hike a stream. Visit a flea market, the aviary, museum, or Science Center, then stop for an ice cream cone on the way back...a bicycle ride, the driving range..ziplining, go-cart racing... we should decide together...
Though I ride, we don't HAVE to...
IF you'd like to take a putt, I've got two Harleys ~ my re-build project bike is finally back together, and strong!!! The white FLH is apart while I put a 5 speed in 'er. Once it's together, we can ride whichever you'd like! I've got bicycles too, if you'd rather....