Hello. I'm Brent,
A relationship should be built on the foundation of mutual love, affection and respect.
Although some say concern over physical appearance reveals "shallowness" it has been my personal experience that for men and women alike, what we look like is important and almost always the first hurdle we must get passed if we are being honest about this.
I'm completely monogamous and faithful to a fault. My 2 love languages are very clearly Physical touch and Quality time.
I've been married twice for a total of 25 years so I've got quite a bit of experience in the relationship game.
Family and friends are very important to me.
I'm a big believer in streamlining things, so first, let's get past hurdle # 1. If you like what you see, send up a flare or you could write back if I've complimented you with a message of interest.
I am a genuinely nice, well-balanced and caring person with a generous and loving heart. I'm smart and lovable with a crazy sense of humor.
I'm in touch with my feelings and have no problem expressing them in a gracious tone. I'm also a consummate listener as well as an accomplished communicator.
Once we meet, we can share more of our personal wonderfulnesses with each other and take it from there.
Chronological age is just a number. Easy mileage is the important thing to me. Physical attraction is subjective (eye of the beholder) so for me, an attractive face is a must and my preference is for a slender or slender side of average body type.
And in the spirit of streamlining things, if I do not feel we are a match, I will thank you here for your kind interest and let it go at that. However, if I'm paid a complement I will acknowledge it with a thank you. Many people don't do this when they've been given a complement and I think it is rather revealing of their character.