I describe myself as a well gounded guy who is very respectful to others, lives with thinking the glass is half-full, and is seeking one more chance to a lasting relationship.
My belief is that there is a lot that goes into a relationship in midlife. A good balance of compatitibility, flexible, sharing always, thoughtfulness, and finding common interest that keep the spark going. Chemistry is a start of course for any couple. Once chemistry is introduced a strong friendship bond and seeing the other as a true soulmate is what I believe will lead to the next level and create a lasting relationship.
As a person I consider myself honest, hardworking, focused, sincere, flexible, and willing to admit when I am wrong alwasy trying to better myself. I have a great sense of humor, care about my health and fitness and willing to invest daily into the most important person who becomes my partner.
I have been told many times I stand apart from others in my level of communication I offer to a relationship. Simply meaning I believe in getting things out in the open and solving thme before they become harmful to the relationship. I like a variety of music(modern country my favorite) and enjoy exploring new things, movies, concerts, dancing, and just hanging out at home with my special partner creating fun things to do. I am able to cook a bit too. I am affectionate, still believe in holding hands, and open doors, and present myself a gentlemen always.
If this sounds like a person you find intersting and want to learn more about want to share who you are to me, well lets chat!
I believe its only respectful and equally fair to meet for a first date at some mutually convenient places, maybe a coffee shop and something simple to have a face to face and share some time just being in the same company. The purpose is to look for the first signs of chemistry and listening to your instincts which usually tell if this is a person I want to learn more about. I believe in these situations I can sense whether or not I feel a small bonding with the person through the conversation, eye contact, and just being comfortable that I want to be around this person again.
The first date should be relatively brief. It seems after the first date you really decide about whether to pursue a second meeting and continue to grow toward a bonding friendship. I also want to be completely honest with the person after meeting for the first time. I want to tell them if I believe we have common interest, a connection was felt or wasn't felt and go from there. I also would like the same in return. I do not want to waste someones time. I am not a guy who feels rejection from someone I just met. I may be disappointed if I find interest and she does not, but the truth is an important thing to surface with each other.
After the first date we move slow but steady getting to know more and more about each other. If its meant to be we will want to spend more time together.
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