I have a passion for fishing and love the outdoors. I love gardening and landscaping. Diversity promotes growth are words of wisdom. I'm good with kids and love to spending time playing outdoors. I'm not one to sit still when there is a world of things to go do outside. I have a lot going for me and a very good job. I have recently purchased a new home and like spending time improving my surroundings. I'm still very young at heart and I have plenty of vim and vigor! I would like to meet someone that is compatible and can keep up with me.
If you are looking for financial support and someone to bail you out of a life full of drama please move on to the next profile. I seem to attract those that have made bad choices in their past and now find themselves in need. I would like to find the lady that is right for me with stability and sense of direction. A woman that is capable of a healthy relationship and not seeking one for all the wrong reasons.
If your profile is posted on every dating site known to man and communicating with guys I know in addition to stating that you live in a different location on each profile, oh geez! :) I do not tolerate lying...If your profile says, "looking for a relationship" and you are searching for multiple simultaneous relationships? Well, there is a word for that and committed is not something you are capable of being. March on to the next profile please. I feel like Jeff Foxworthy, "Here's your sign." :)
Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone may do the same for you.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
I suppose this would have to be determined where and when? If the weather is nice and the sun is shinning I prefer to be outdoors. A drive up in the mountains is always nice. Go observe nature, look for animals. Maybe walk along a shoreline and search for pretty rocks. To me it is not really a matter of where, it's with whom. "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take but by the moments that take our breath away."