Ive been so caught up with my self - working, planning, and putting together a comfortable home that ironically I find myself alone in. I've had a few great loves, but I can see now that, even at my best, I missed out on a deeper level of awareness. Of being genuinely "present". And now I want that love in my life again. But a sort of "intelligent" love in that I don't want to be careless anymore. I don't want to miss any details. And I want to have some semblance of a plan for the future with the right person. I need an industrious partner as much as a tender bed-mate. Though to be honest, it all probably starts in the bedroom. Our bodies have to fit together before the rest of the puzzle can come together.
About me: I am a generous, very affectionate, passionate lover, psychically in-tune with my partner, always learning her. An unrivaled gift-giver. I love travel and feel at home anywhere on earth. I always seek out the finest things in life, even if it means being a little irresponsible. I am a designer, but I am creative in all things by nature: I value every note, the way sentences come together in an energetic conversation...discovering a meal in the seemingly bare cupboards. I can take the smallest kernel and turn it into an adventure. And most of all, I know now that there is always room to grow - always a deeper level of intimacy, pleasure, fun, and lucidity.
I am tall, lean but muscular, with a calm, easy-going demeanor. I have good hands and a great sense of touch. I have a sharp eye that takes the most minute detail and the widest view in at the same time, which can make me seem a little "dreamy". I am not a typical guy. I feel like I’m the opposite of the social norm: outwardly masculine, inwardly very sensitive.
Some things about me are different day to day: at times I will be full of energy and spontaneity - ready to explode out of the city. Other days I am languid, slow, relaxed, maybe even a little vulnerable - the kind of day where I want to recognize what I have: read my books, listen to my records, make a simple meal, give my voice a rest, do more listening than talking. But I always look for the humor in things.
Lastly - I don't believe in the adage that a person must know and love themselves fully before they can love. I believe that we are meant to be together, and that as couples we can learn more about ourselves - amplify our strengths, and rid ourselves of flaws. We can only get so far alone. And while being alone is important I'm past that part of my life for now.
It's time to put put everything I've got into a love.