AspenJack: Sway With Me
About
Non-smoker with Thin body type
City
Aurora, Colorado
Details
66 year old Man, 5' 8" (173cm), Non-Religious
Ethnicity
Caucasian Pisces with Gray hair
Intent
AspenJack Wants a relationship
Education
Bachelors degree
Personality
Hopeless Romantic
Profession
Sales


dating
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I am Seeking a Woman For Dating
Needs Test Not Completed Chemistry View his chemistry results
Do you drink? Socially Do you want children? No
Marital Status Divorced Do you do drugs? No
Pets No Pets Eye Color Hazel
Do you have a car? Yes Do you have children? My children are over 18
Longest Relationship Over 10 years



About Me
I like being with people. But, I’m quite all right being alone or with just someone I care about.

I enjoy most music. I like to dance country, ballroom and swing. I've got the basics. I'm told I'm an easy lead to follow.

I like being active. I work at staying fit.

I enjoy cooking, entertaining, movies, a good book.

I like new things and new experiences.

Things in my life always seem to show up in a positive light.

My faith sustains me through good and bad, thick and thin.



First Date
I take this to mean the first time we meet. Let's keep it simple! I've read some of the arguments, both in profiles and on the POF Forum, about meeting too soon or waiting too long. Some are pushy. Some are way too slow, liking a lot of communications by text or by phone, first. I lean to the quicker side. I also realize it'll happen when both parties agree to make it happen.

We get a pretty good idea, I think, from profiles and the first couple messages whether there might be any interest on both our parts. I see the profiles that begin, "I don't know about this online thing. I don't like describing myself. I'm not sure what to say (i.e.: I'm not sure how to present myself)." So, if there's any appeal at all, let's talk face-to-face, like the old days. And, doing that, if you figure out quickly there's nothing here for you, just say so! No hard feelings! I'll do the same for you. Whatever comes of it, I'll be glad to have made your acquaintance. And, if we happen to bump into each other after, we can, at least, say hi to one another. Doesn't that sound better than all the preliminary dissertations and essays on philosophy and metaphysics? Yes, I've been asked to write on metaphysics and my life's guiding philosophies. I won't do that here. We can discuss those over coffee or wine, too, if we decide we want to stick around past the first cup.

Especially, you who list among your “Interests” good conversation, does that sound terribly unreasonable? Of course, if there's going to be a first "meet and greet," it will take as long to arrange as the person who wants to take the longest takes.