I am getting back out there after almost 4 years since my last committed relationship. I have no kids. I am divorced and have been for 9+ years. That's "divorced" as in fully single, I not separated, living apart from anyone, not a cheater, and not still hung up on my ex. I am free and clear to navigate the relationship world. So here I am casting for "My Life: The Sequel", perhaps you may like to fill the part as it's co-star ??
I am an animal lover, be it cats, dogs, raccoons, birds, whatever. Most likely because I enjoy the outdoors thou I am comfortable relaxing at home, more so with the right person. I enjoy listening to pretty much like all kinds of music with the exception of rap (I often listen to house, dance and classic rock the most.) I am not much into sports but I do understand sports and will watch them. I enjoy watching movies often, mostly romantic comedies (allows me to believe happy endings 'are' possible.) I also enjoy action, sci-fi, suspense, and animated movies. I can skip gore, horror or violence for the sake of violence movies. Computers are both one of my interests and part of my profession as well.
I have learned that the "real" things in life are not always what money buys, but what it can not buy. A walk on the beach taking in a sunset, a blanket under the stars, a skinny dip in the pool, staying in bed on a rainy day.. I don't need a lady to cook, clean, or do my laundry. I have two hands, I am housebroken :) I open and hold doors for a lady. Bring her a rose or card, not because it is a holiday or her birthday ( or if I am in the dog house), but just because I thought about her during the day and it made me smile. I have my flaws, I am not 20 years old anymore so I am certainly no chippendale dancer. I did lose an eye a handful of years back (why many pictures of myself outside I seem to always be wearing sunglasses). I don't consider myself out of shape, but if one is more concerned about what is on the outside as opposed to who a person is inside, time will a funny way of disappointing you.
I am looking for someone that likes to chill , enjoy a nice buzz together, walks on the beach / park, road trips to nowhere, to cuddle up on the couch to a movie and yes, at the risk of sounding like most guys, someone I can take by the hand , lead into the bedroom and enjoy ourselves. Do not read too much into that for I am loyal, honest, and I know how to treat a lady, but I do have an adventurous side to compliment my romantic side. ( One can not have day without night.). I am seeking a partner in crime, to share experiences together, engage in interesting conversations which we don't have to always agree but I do seek a lady who will "arouse my intellect as well as my loins" (and if you know what movie that is from, you just earned one brownie point.), someone I can trust unconditionally. I will do what I can to make you smile, to make you feel loved, to feel missed when you are not around and to always be there for you...
If I contact you, please be respectful enough to reply even if there may be no interest. I do not understand how some ladies believe that not answering and/or ignoring is somehow the "polite" way to show they are not interested. Also please do not judge me by, relate me to, or hold me accountable for the past actions of your ex(s) or relationship(s), I am not them.
"They Will Respect You More If You're Honest About Your Intentions. No One Has Time For Games"
"It's funny how it's the little things in life, that mean the most. Not where you live, what you drive, or the price tag on your clothes. There's no dollar sign on a piece of mind. This I've come to know. So if you agree, have a drink with me. Raise your glasses for a toast"
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
I rather not meet up at a sports bar, too noisy to actually talk to one another. Perhaps meet for some apps someplace peaceful, catch a movie, a diner for breakfast & cup of coffee (or tea), walk at a park/beach, or better yet home cuddled up watching a movie, glass of wine with some cheese, and let the mood take itself from there if we are already comfortable enough with each other.