Like most, I really don't like this part of the 'sales pitch,' and I have to wonder if it's the pitch or the pictures that makes most people decide whether to make contact or not :-) Oh well, here it goes:
I'm still a single-mom but, my youngest son just graduated high school. Now I have two young men in college so, I'm not looking for a new father for the boys. Rather, it's time to find someone with whom I can spend some of this new found free time. I very much appreciate dad's who are rather involved with their kids and have a good sense of family. However, that doesn't mean that I'm only interested in men who have kids.
I've been known to be a work-a-holic, especially on the days when I have nothing planned to make me leave work. Secretly, I would love to have a reason to come home instead of staying at the office. I have an irreverant sense of humor and yet, I can be very serious and incredibly caring about my friends. I enjoy working on things around the house -- fine tuning the yard work/garden; having friends over for dinner, swimming, etc.; sharing a good wine and conversation; going for long walks or hikes; and figuring out how to 'fix' things. I have some interesting stories involving electricity, jack-hammers, and pool equipment (not necessarily in the same story). I'm open to most things and enjoy anything from dressing to the nines for an event (or even just a dinner party at home) and staying in sweats or shorts all weekend and digging in the dirt or getting a project done. I like trying new things and am pretty open to most things except drugs.
I'm not looking for someone to marry the second I meet them -- or even the second time I meet them. I hate to provide the "friends-first" cliche so, I'll just say that there's nothing wrong with approaching this as an adventure and an opportunity to meet new people who could become friends. If something clicks and there's an attraction, that would be wonderful.
If you have a problem with being honest and/or are still interested in seeing how many women you can 'connect' with at the same time -- I'm not the person for you. Thanks.
I think most 'first dates' are a bit akward if it's with someone you've never really met. So, I'll just say that a good first 'meet' would be meeting someone with whom you can chat and have some common interests, experiences, or beliefs. I enjoy trying new restaraunts or simply going to one's that I already know I like :-)
I've seen/read many of the fantasy 'date' descriptions that include: the beach, at sunset, holding hands, runing through the surf -- in formal wear, and laughing. However, seriously -- how many of us wouldn't like that, especially if it were with someone we wanted to be with? How many of us would say, we want to meet for coffee, counting the seconds until we can flee that place, and hoping for someone who can't carry on a conversation, and hasn't appeared to crack a smile in a decade -- let alone enjoy laughing? (Come on -- we know that many of us have had that experience :-)
Going out with someone real, who has a sense of self (intellectually, physically, etc) and who can be both serious and yet laugh at himself would be wonderful!!
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