MAJOR UPDATE: Beginning in February 2013, I was diagnosed with cancer, and am currently going through chemotherapy. Still have all my hair, but I'm 25 pounds lighter than my posted photos. Any relationship I consider at this time will be mainly as friends that could lead to something more permanent once these treatments end in August 2013. Thanks!
(Think about it... I can't have sexual relations until the chemotherapy is over. So I can GUARANTEE that there won't be any talk about copulation until at least Labor Day 2013. That certainly gives two people quite a bit of time to get to know one another, right?)
Original Profile: I am looking for a relationship. I don't want to be a placeholder or someone to temporarily fill an empty space.
I am somewhat old fashioned, thanks to being raised exclusively by women. I know what boundaries are, and respect them.
I may not hold college degrees or whatnot, but I am considered quite intelligent. Don't judge me on my education, judge me on how I can challenge your intellect.
I want to go to dinners, see movies in the theater, take walks, car trips, and get to know you. If the chemistry is right, the intimacy will follow. I'm not in any rush, and, hopefully, neither are you.
I want to know you as a person, first and foremost. If there's children in your world, they should need to wait until you're comfortable with me before bringing them into our world. Eventually, we can work on becoming part of each other's worlds on a permanent basis, but let's get to know one another.
And while one can not have too many friends, I am not here to find just another friend. Is it too much to ask that, at our age, to want it all?
I miss being part of something. I miss the kisses, the notes, the laughter, the conversations, the moments, the wanting, the needing, the loving. If you fit into this category, I would LOVE to hear from you. And, please, be willing to meet sooner than later...
After some E-Mails and texting and maybe a phone call or two, the logical first step is meeting at a coffee house or a restaurant, where we can feel safe, as well as being able to get to know each another better. The initial meeting is not so much a 'job interview' as it is a 'feeling out process'. If things go well, a walk around a park or a fun light recreational activity helps to ease the stress and promotes more conversation. And allows to plan, hopefully, for the first 'real' date!
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Age between 39 and 47.
Live in United States
Live within 75 miles.
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Must not do drugs
Must not be married
Must not smoke
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