I believe the closest distance between two people is having fun and laughing. Without it, what's the point? I bought a sailboat and discovered its only fun
on windy days, so I bought golf clubs for the other days. I can also grill a
steak, even in the worst of storms ! They say housework won't kill you, but I
figure "why take that chance?", but strangely enough, I keep the boat nearly spotless. Traveling is a passion and I love Caribbean beaches.
I also love the mountains and have been know to sometimes go out of my way to step on a leaf that looks extremely crunchy.
To clarify the "smoking" thing, I am not a cigarette smoker, but I do
enjoy a fine cigar....If you want to know more...you know what to do.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
First date: Actually, I would rather skip to the 2nd date because sometimes the first one is a bit tense.
It's 7:30pm on Friday night and the driver pulls up in front of your house.
He gets out, and to his amazement, you are all ready to go. He puts your luggage in
the trunk and wisks you to the airport, where I am having a scotch at the bar.
Every head turns as you walk toward me...my knees are weak. We greet each other with
a hug and decide to have Italian for dinner. So..Italy it is...and away we go. After
a delectible meal, we kick back and decide to have a beer...so back on the plane and
stop in Germany for a cold one. When we discover their beer is not served cold over there, our enchantment with Europe dwindles, so we head for the Caribe. Once there,
we check into our oceanview suite with jacuzzi and room service brings us our cold
drinks and we relax from the trip. We emerge from the jacuzzi, dress and fire up the laptop, and to our delight, we see I have matched all 6 numbers in the lottery. We
buy the villa complex by the sea, fly down our friends and family, and have a huge
party while we watch the impeachment proceedings of Obama on the big screen TV.
(I just love a date with a happy ending)