I have no fear of dancing, yet for some reason, my children fear my dancing.... Wonder why? Yes I have kids, and am active in both their lives - One is 18, the other is 9. One child says I'm embarrassing, the other just rolls their eyes. I've had many job titles, but the one that I value the most is simply: "Dad". I'm a teacher of life skills, a guidance counselor, support group, ATM, and drill instructor all rolled into one.
Water is our friend! Yes, even if its frozen. If we happen to start dating, and don't like the cold, be sure to schedule spa visits, shoe shopping, or male bashing with your girlfriends while I'm out snowmobiling with my buddies. It will make both our lives better. If you want to come play in the snow with me, I'll be happy to take you!
I've got my life in order but could always do better. I believe in toys, the ones that go VROOM and would like to send a special thanks to all the Prius drivers who are saving gas for my mustang, boat and sled! I am a thrill seeker, but as I get older, I'm realizing I don't bounce quite as well as I used to. As a result I'm a little wiser than I used to be when it comes to doing something that I probably will regret later! That said, I still get a good laugh when my ego writes checks my body can't cash. For as hard as I play, I do clean up well. I know how to tie a proper double windsor knot, and have been known to attend events that are considered high class. I try to go to the gym at least 4 times a week, and would like to date someone who does the same. Maybe we could go together? Misery loves company and all that. The hard part of a 5.5 mile run? The first 5 miles :) But I do it because I feel better when I'm done.
Just so you know, I've been called a redneck geek - I like things that go fast, things that go boom, and can pound computer code into submission.
You don't stop playing because you get old - you get old because you stop playing.
P.S. These questions make me out to be looking for a one night stand. Definitely not the case .