I was raised in a close-knit family that emphasized athletics and academics. Some guys were captain of their college sports team; others completed grad school with a 4.0.
I actually did both. And that was just chapter one. Chapter two was my adventure in the Film business (MGM/UA) that took me to LA. Then came marriage, Vegas and my kids. Welcome to chapter six. Cutting to the chase, you should know I'm no longer interested in casual dating. I've been single and alone for 7 years now, so if you're simply looking to make friends or try new restaurants -- please be honest and tell me that. I'm ready to meet ONE woman and shower her with attention.
I don't have a long wish list. As long as you're athletic/slender and like being outdoors, I'd like to hear from you. You went online for a reason. If you're coy or shy, we may never meet, so send me a hello if you're interested.
Weekdays, when I'm not swinging from tall buildings & fighting crime, I work as a Research Analyst in a Houston firm that was founded in 1920. After work, I act like I'm about 10. Unless I'm grounded.
One of the great things about getting older is that I can buy Count Chocula and Pop Tarts at the grocery and pretend it's for my kids.
UPDATE: I keep reading profiles that say they're looking for an "honorable" man, one who won't cheat or lie. How do you find a man like that -- one who will actually love you? Easy, look at how he treats his kids. If he loves his kids, he'll love you. It's what real men do. If he's involved in their lives and attends their school activities, he's the real deal. I'm proud of my kids and very active in their lives. But including the events and weekends they stay with me, I still have about 25 free evenings a month.
So if you read a profile and the guy's past 45 and never had kids -- he's a player. Period. And attractive as "fixing" him may sound -- you can't. If he fathered 3 or 4 children and then moved out of state to Texas, he's not a real man. So you want to judge a man's character? Ask about his children.