I am a 64 year old in very good health,physically fit and active. I am hoping to meet a woman who is independent,loving and kindhearted.Someone to be my best friend, I'm sure you're out there ; - )
I enjoy Hiking,Canoeing,Golfing, although game is not what it used to be
Love the sun, always lifts my spirits, .
I like most music,Oldies, Bob Seeger John Cougar ,Although I,m not a big Country fan, I don't mind Shania Twain, Garth brooks(Could have missed the pain but i'd have had to miss the dance) style of country.
I read a lot,mostly fiction although I like History.
Trying to learn to play the Guitar,Its harder than I thought it would be, but it's starting to sink in. Guess you can teach an old dog
I don't drink ,but I don't care if you do
Separated five years,divorced for two, I am comfortable being alone but find it so much nicer when hiking or just exploring to have somebody with me to appreciate the beauty this province has to offer
Great things I have learned
1. The most important person in your life is the person who agreed to share their life with you. Treat them as such.
2. You might live a long life, or you might live a short one — who knows. But either way, trust me when I say that you’re going to wish you took better care of yourself in your youth.
3. Stuff is just stuff. Don’t hold onto material objects, hold onto time and experiences instead.
4. Jealousy destroys relationships. Trust your significant other, because who else are you supposed to trust?
5. People always say, ’’Make sure you get a job doing what you love!’’ But that isn’t the best advice. The right job is the job you love some days, can tolerate most days, and still pays the bills. Almost nobody has a job they love every day.
6. If you’re getting overwhelmed by life, just return to the immediate present moment and savor all that is beautiful and comforting. Take a deep breath, relax.
7. Years go by in the blink of an eye. Don’t marry young. Live your life. Go places. Do things. If you have the means or not. Pack a bag and go wherever you can afford to go. While you have no dependents, don’t buy stuff. Any stuff. See the world. Look through travel magazines and pick a spot. GO!
8. Don’t take life so seriously. Even if things seem dark and hopeless, try to laugh at how ridiculous life is.
9. A true friend will come running if you call them at 2am. Everyone else is just an acquaintance.
10. Children grow up way too fast. Make the most of the time you have with them.
11. Nobody ever dies wishing they had worked more. Work hard, but don’t prioritize work over family, friends, or even yourself.
12. Eat and exercise like you’re a diabetic heart patient with a stroke — so you never actually become one.
13. Don’t take anyone else’s advice as gospel. You can ask for advice from someone you respect, then take your situation into consideration and make your own decision. Essentially, take your own advice is my advice…
14. The joints you damage today will get their revenge later. Even if you think they’ve recovered completely. TRUST ME!
15. We have one time on this earth. Don’t wake up and realize that you are 60 years old and haven’t done the things you dreamed about.
16. Appreciate the small things and to be present in the moment.
17. When you meet someone for the first time, stop and realize that you really know nothing about them. You see race, gender, age, clothes. Forget it all. You know nothing. Those biased assumptions that pop into your head because of the way your brain likes categories, are limiting your life, and other people’s lives.