I like good, quiet, responsible, natural, outdoorsy, contented people, not the firecracker, popular, busy, must have great vacation and latest things people.
I need someone very patient. I have a nice little apartment and view of the city looking West. Right now coffee near me at Stella's, or dinner nearby is all I can handle. Only an hour out when I feel well enough. I am flexible vegetarian, not religious, healthy but limited.
I would like someone to cook with, have dinners. I like movies and sports but am also interested in art, social issues, psychology, politics, history, culture...I traded my car for a scooter and getting to the Y every day is a good day for me.
I've been finding that very few women make first contact or want to. Most of the few women I've ever met from online contacted me and were nice. I only had one relationship from online. It was very nice. Most meetings don't work out.
In view of that, I was wondering what other women think of the fact that a lot of women have a very short profile, saying 'if you want to know more, just ask', that also castigates lewd men wanting one nighters, as well as men who have nothing more creative to say than 'hi'.
Myself, I would like to find a relationship and eventually a soulmate and partner. I rarely send out more than a hello and something I like about the person just to see if the person will respond.
Most don't respond, and most responses are just a thank you.
Then there's the regular group of 'viewers', most of which I don't respond to. What I really find weird is that when I do respond to these, they keep viewing...but don't answer..?
I would like to know what Y'all think? Is chivalry dead??
Is it possible for men and women to have honest conversation? To be friends, just friends and to be open about it?
Should single people be celibate without soulmates? Is it okay to be lovers and open about it? Why do we skirt the real issues...I mean umm, avoid them??? Feel free to not respond...
Dinner, walking, talking, music, finding things in common. Working out partnership.