The first question women asked me when meeting for the first time is, why did you not tell the truth about your age. I definitely do not look like 61 and most of those I meet say that I look like someone in his late 40s or very early 50s.
I have waited and continue to wait for my "dream girl" and don't mind waiting my whole life for her. I have promised myself to stay single and not to marry for the sake of being married only; I will marry when I fall madly in love with that special woman who will make my heart miss a beat every time I see her or even just think of her. Just to clarify, my "dream girl" is not a model via the way she looks, because looks alone does not define my "dream girl". Also, I am not going to make a long list of all the things she should be. If I did that, then I might miss a really good woman. However, for simplicity sake, I would say that I like the woman who is loyal, romantic, sweet, compassionate, sincere, genuine and who honors, nurtures and/or takes care of her mind, body and soul.
By knowing me, you would discover that I am genuine, a true gentleman, compassionate, romantic, loyal and faithful, sensitive, introvert to some degree, humble and down to earth. I dislike with passion those who play games or those who lie and cheat. I am not into one night stand, never was and never will be. Watching the rainbow and hearing a laughing child make me happy; they re-enforce my hope in everything good in life. When it comes to dealing with people, I am a strong believer in the saying, treat people as you like to be treated. Oh, and I love poetry (write when inspired) and good dark chocolate (with almonds and/or strawberries yet better).
I love walking, enjoy long distance driving and beginning to play tennis once again after a long layoff.
Thank you and best of luck to you.