Like it is for many, this whole "self-describing" thing is very hard for me to do... and the creative headline, too.
I am the father of two kids - both in college - and have been widowed for almost 10 years. I work as an engineering technician and play a music on the side. In fact, other than family, playing music is my only real *social* life... a chance to play some good music with some talented friends, and talk to other friends on breaks. I've been at it all my life, and I don't intend to stop until I can't physically do it. But that doesn't mean that I don't like other forms of entertainment.
I consider myself emotionally stable, financially secure, generally happy, but I probably spend too much time working. I'm not into motorcycles, but a day on the towpath on bikes would be a lot of fun. I don't typically go for pop music played in local bars (because I've done that enough in my life), but listening to some *quality* music at a winery, or a concert at a nice venue would make for a great evening out. I like dry, red wine, but beer and wings are right at the top of my list as well (although I try to limit such indulgences). I've done lots of things in my life, and although I don't regard many of them as regular hobbies or entertainment, I wouldn't mind re-visiting a few. I like to watch sports occasionally, but I'm not a fanatic about them. However, if the Indians get on a long-lasting hot streak, I would love to catch some Tribe games again. I've done a little traveling in my life, but there are LOTS of places that I'd still like to see. I like to stay up off the couch, and if that means just going for a nice walk every day, that would be fine with me. I definitely fall into the "it doesn't matter what you're doing, but who you're doing it with" mode of thinking.
I hope to retire in 5 years. At that time I'll decide if I want to keep my house (which has been paid off for some time now), and use it as a home base for traveling adventures, or sell it and move to a warmer clime. At this point, I am more than prepared to simply stay single the rest of my life, but with the right woman in my life, my life can only be better... a woman that is pleasant, easy going, fun, and attractive (to me, not to the ad agencies), and complements at least some of my likes and dislikes.
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