Short, fat, slightly balding, definitely graying, lefty liberal author, 53, seeks kind, gentle, happy, and joyful Amazon to whom he may read his romantic-fantasy novel and show his etchings... if he had any etchings to show. If you at least smiled at my bad joke, that's good. I love a good laugh and hope you do too.
It's too bad they didn't have other options for personality. Maybe Renaissance man? I have so many interests, none of these adjectives do justice.
In the area of likes and such, the list shows what I enjoy doing most. It's not everything, though, so who knows? Even so, I'm not into hiking, camping, and all that Grizzly Adams jazz. My idea of roughing it is a Motel 6, with a black-and-white TV and a broken lamp. And if you're saying you like camping just to appeal to guys, you can drop that with me. I won't tell anybody. ;o)
I tend to be more on the brainy side of life. Give me a good movie (think art and foreign movies); a fun, stimulating book; a nice dinner out; an evening at a comedy club having a good laugh; and even an evening hanging out, talking, and doing nothing in particular, and I'm groovy.
I do not believe in Jesus, who I think is the main character in a series of moral stories (midrash) intended to get people to do or not do certain things. I do not believe in any other gods, goddesses, and so forth. I do not believe in The Secret (aka panentheism/New Thought theology), predestination, angels, or any of that. I observe that nature is energy (we can prove that), that we are part of nature (also provable), and therefore are a part of this energy. This energy is a lot of things, including aware of itself (also provable: just look in the mirror and see energy that is aware of itself). That awareness has us seeking to experience the same energy/awareness in other things, including each other (and this explains why we are reading each other's profiles on POF). ;o)
Super creative with a rich, mostly humorous, sometimes serious personality, I have a lifetime of material to draw on. I'm seeking more of the same, more of the different, and especially more of the joy and laughter. What are you seeking?
Do we really have time for the adventure of relationship? Because we are all so busy these days, I've found this is an important question we each must ask and answer for ourselves. I do have the time. Do you?
Games? I don't play them. That said, I'm good at spotting them and even better at playing them when I must. And, I hate it. I got sick of that stuff. It's for two- year-old control freaks. That's not me. So, I've been on maybe five dates since, hoping one day the games would go away. Have they? My last date suggests not, and she is now blocked.
So, let's leave the games to the two-year olds and control freaks. Instead, let's laugh, have a good time, get to know each other, and find things in common. You know, let's be friends and see where that leads.
Final note. If your image is too dark or too bright, or you want a different background or the picture straightened, I can help you with that. Contact me, and I'll see what I can do for you. It won't be free (I'm a graphic designer among other things), but it won't cost an arm and a leg either (maybe a buck a picture?). Although with Photoshop, I can make an arm and a leg disappear quicker than a Soprano. ;o)
Thank you for reading my profile. Best wishes!
First dates tend to involve coffee, conversation, and hopefully chemistry. They are also Dutch, so no one feels beholden. For me, first dates are for getting a sense for who we are together. Sometimes, first dates are duds. Sometimes, first dates are H-O-T. Sometimes, first dates are nuclear fusion. There's no way to know unless people have one. I'm open to ideas. What do you have in mind?
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