Life is a continuous learning curve, and in retrospect maybe certain choices would not have been made, but the other train of thought is that our choices whether good or bad helps to define who we are and improve who we are. Since we should be learning from our mistakes. I am here seeking a meaningful relationship, and I understand everyone will not be a fit, and it's more than just looking at a picture. Even though physical attraction is essential. So take the time out to explore and step out of the box.
I am not seeking an email buddy, so the constant email back and forth is not a good tool to know someone. I promise you this, I will not initiate communication if I do not have a genuine interest, therefore please follow the same guidelines. At the same time, I am not bounded by geographical area in seeking a partner.
Now let's break down this online dating in three easy steps:
If you like the picture, and you think there will be a physical attraction….Then proceed to Step 2
Have a few conversation via email, then hopefully exchange telephone numbers and have a few more conversation; regarding interests, likes, dislikes and so forth, because the back and forth email gets old quick. Let’s be real, can you really know some through email? I do have a variety of interest ranging from playing soccer, cooking and any outdoor type of activities.
Arrange a face to face informal date, and assess our interaction and take it from there…..Sky is the limit
Hopefully, this simplifies the process and eliminate the online nonsense..
Seriously though, it’s all about finding that person that complements oneself. Is it easy? Not really… I am seeking a long term relationship bottom line, and I know you have heard that before. As far as my interest, very open to try anything, and being from the Caribbean Island of Jamaica and having traveled around, my curiosity has been piqued. Hence I have an appreciation for cultural diversity and see the world on a larger scale than the city I reside in. Therefore let’s see if I we are on the same page and gradually move to that level without the nonsense and get to know each other.
For a first date, I try to keep it simple, let's meet at one of the local coffee or smoothie shop and see first if we can maintain an in person conversation. If the vibes/chemistry is there we make plans for a more formal get together, maybe dinner or anything that's fun.