I am here to communicate – short and sweet. Isn’t that the beauty of the internet?
Communication is the ground work for any relationship, be it business, platonic, or romantic. Conversation will get you through far more than looks, money, education, or social standards.
Written profiles can be altered as easy as profile pictures. Words are easily typed and so are self descriptions.
In a conversation true intent becomes apparent. Self described appraisals develop holes or become cemented in reality.
Think about this when you print “never can have to many friends” but then don’t reply to e-mails.
I can not list every thing I am. I have lived a long and productive life. I have had many highlights but several down falls. I can handle myself in most any social climate. I know the cost of achievement and I have learned the lesson of poverty. I am employed in a job I like doing. I live alone but have a teenage daughter that spends a lot of time with me. I have lots of toys; every thing I have is paid for. I do have delimits, every one does, but I am aware of mine and awareness is the first step to resolution. I am brutally honest but compassionally articulate
Too many “I”s in that last paragraph but what is expected in a self marketing appeal for communication?
Maybe i should rewite it and sell mysel like a used automobile? (High mileage but lots of accessories)
Karma dictates that I reply to all first e-mails. The only exception is girls under 25 or from a different state (country) because I am not delusional. Interesting inquiries get longer replies, disinteresting ones or redrick get short or none.
I am not for everyone but i could be for you. ~Dave~
You tell me and I will be there. I realize some people do not deal well with typed words. I have nothing to hide and do not mind meeting new people. I do have busy schedule but there is a lot of down time if your flexible. I am not a pushy person and like for people to enter into a meeting with me at their own pace and a location that makes them most comfortable.