May 1998: My youngest son graduated, I moved, I started a new business & I got a divorce.
If you are going to make major changes, you might as well do them all at once.
Developed the business. Took on a partner. Now I'm working on my exit strategy.
Looking to do more traveling, Volunteering, Cycling, sailing & other fun stuff.
I do a lot of volunteer projects. I am very active in Granger Community Church. For more about that, try gccwired dot com and look around or watch a service. The camera picture of me was for our Christmas services with over 10,000 people.
If you want to know more about my spiritual side, try gccwired dot com for a start.
I see many people on here talking about their glass being half full, rather than half empty. That's good ! A positive attitude is great !
Personally, I look at my glass as overflowing.
Our first meeting is not our first date. Our first date comes later. Our first meeting can be at a restaurant or similar spot. It's mostly an ice breaker to see if the pictures we shared are really us, now. To see if the voice sounds as good or better than it did on the phone. To check our "eye contact". Do we balance well in our conversation? Do the things we share spark an interest? Does the time pass almost too quickly? Do we REALLY WANT to do this AGAIN? Do we want to do it OFTEN & for MUCH longer period of time? If yes, well we probably are ready for that first date.
Where will that first date take us? If you really like to experiment on foods, we might hit an out of the ordinary restaurant that at least one of us has never tried.
Or, we could try preparing a meal at home together. (You better be prepared to lead on this. I can help, but I'm not the "Chef".) If it's warm, it could be a picnic at the dunes. If it's cold it would be nice if the restaurant had a spot close to the fireplace. If we have made it this far, conversation should not be a problem.
Please note: You have seen my photos, so please show me yours. I do not respond without a picture.