Well, maybe not :) Then again, maybe so.
I was looking at my reflection the other day and realized I've been divorced for over 20 years- some grays apparently went into full ninja mode and planted themselves into my hair. So, while I'm still mostly brown haired, I'm more of what you'd call.... salt and pepper, I suppose.
Over these past 20 years, I've come to know what I want and what I don't. I'm an intellectual, in fair shape and getting better all the time (getting rid of those last 40 pounds or so that came with a career as on over the road driver- I've lost about 65 pounds, so far, in the two years I've been retired- so, yeah, I'm at 210 right now. Fixing it). My first book is at the publisher, so we'll see how that goes. It's the first of many books.
I went back to school after I retired- just finishing up my associates degree (I walk in June), then it's off to WSU Tri Cities for my BA in Psychology (and Sociology: double major).
Of course, that's all kind of boring, I suppose. I'm ex-military, have seen a good chunk of this rock we live on, can hold my end of a conversation quite well, and would like to meet a like-minded and attractive egalitarian woman (I don't believe a non-egalitarian woman would appreciate the qualities in this egalitarian man: none have so far, at any rate) , preferably one who has eschewed religion and politics, and who can focus on the larger problems going on in this world- they might surprise you, and they are closer than you think (and, no, I'm not talking about ISIS).
So, if you're up for quality conversation that could last a lifetime, email me. If not, I wish you the best of luck in your search.
I'm fond of coffee shops, but I'm open to other things. After all, it's about what we both like and what we both want, right?