Ok ladies so a few tips for online dating profiles LOL. Women rarely fib about income, age, education, children, smoking or alcohol consumption. The one multiple choice item they may blatantly fib about is body type. A study by the University of Wisconsin suggests men should realize that envisioning an extra 8.5 lbs to her frame is probably closer to accurate. I am not making this up lol. We are who we are. Just keep it real.
This one goes for both men and women. If words are avoided like "I" "me" or "my" they may have embedded fibs into descriptions regardles of topic. Also believe it or not short isn't sweet. Unusually brief profiles may be a warning sign of hidden deeper secrets or not very invested in online dating. A fibber tends to keep self-disclosure to a minimum.
So I just turned 50. A great time to reflect on things and appreciate all the good things around you. I have spent the past 5 years trying to be the best dad I could. I have made some mistakes and learned from them I have also done lots right and I wouldn't trade it for anything. My oldest is now in college and the younger too are starting to do their own things. Maybe its time for dad to add some new things to his life yet still keep that delicate balance with the kids. I am looking to meet a kind, fun, attractive and playfull woman to date and see where it goes from there. Hopefully long term. I am easygoing and can have fun doing anything and nothing. I am super easy to talk to. Promise :)
If material things are important to you. I am not your guy. Not that nice things can be fun but I don't want it to define you or me. To me it is not important what you have now but what we acheive together.
"To thrive in life you need three bones. A wishbone. A backbone and a funny bone".
Reach out, take a chance. Don't be shy. Don't be afraid. Being guarded and cautious is ok but don't let it define you or cause you to miss out on things. Many times things wont work out but we always pick ourselves up and regroup. Always. Better to have tried and lost than to regret trying. Hope to hear from you.