Looking for someone to share a special place in life. Some one who likes to be close and to talk, who enjoys sharing interests and is individual enough to pursue their own interests. Want to know more?
I consider myself a fairly complex person, am known to hold some strong opinions, but I am also easy going, down to earth, and open minded. Most things in life don't phase me much, and material possessions are less important then those I care about. I can be soft spoken, am told I have a “softer” personality, and don't often like to be the centre of attention in a group. My circle of friends is small and scattered but very loyal and have helped me through the worst of times and are always willing to share in my joy as well. To me friendship is something special, a bond of closeness, trust and loyalty, and knowing you can count on them for guidance and support when you need them.
I am looking towards settling down, finding that one special lady to share life with every day and having a family of our own in the future. Such a lady would need to be a friend and companion, loyal and trustworthy. Be willing to listen as well as speak her mind, and work though any challenges in good faith. Be independent and pursue her own interest, let me pursue mine, but also spend quality time together.
If you have read this far, perhaps you are interested in opening up a dialog. In that case let me help you a little in getting a reply. First off you may have noticed that I write in a more traditional long form, unusual for techies I know, so I am not one for spamming acronyms to form a conversation where I do not need to, I would hope you feel the same way. Please do not send a message that you could have sent to 50 more guys without the slightest effort, let me know that you are interested and as such ask a question about or comment about me. Ultimately make me feel that you are interested in my replying to you. Thanks.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Lets start simple and see if there is a connection, maybe a coffee or two, or a nice dinner with no expectations. Just bring ourselves and let things lead where they may. I know these are generic ideas, perhaps others will come up that are better suited in conversation.