The one thing I've learned as I work my way through my 50's is that I'm done with cubicle life and I hope you are too. I know where I want to get to but the boring "road map" of life got thrown out the window years ago.
I'm interested in meeting a lady, with all that implies. But I have to say that if you're interested solely in the never-ending pursuit of middle class comforts and you find yourself constantly unhappy because everything you value seems just out of reach, feel free to pass me by.
But if you're interested in emotional and spiritual growth-- putting yourself out there and taking risks to become the best "you" then we'll match up well.
I'm looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack here. I don't care if you go to the gym. Bragging about your yoga practice or talking about hiking on Torrey Pines doesn't impress me but I will give you some golf claps to encourage you. But feel free to tell me what it's like to volunteer at the shelter. Talk to me about overcoming your fears of that woman who was off her meds to get her some help. Impress me by sharing the story of buying a homeless person a meal...just because. Show me you're a woman of substance.
Let's open our lives to all the diversity of beauty that surrounds us in our community.
I'm passionate about my family and where I live. Everybody from my gay neighbors to the hipsters with their tattoos and skinny jeans to the down and out looking for cans and spare change all contribute to the rich tapestry of my life.
I believe that we have everything we need in abundance and sharing with others is one of our highest callings. If you feel the same, we're a good match.
I’m looking for a woman who’s confident enough to share her vulnerabilities, passions and dreams without fear of rejection-a woman who empathetically feels the world and people around her and who can revel in something as simple as a warm breeze on a summer evening.- A person who believes her best days are still ahead of her.
But there is one absolute deal-breaker. If you think nuts in a chocolate chip cookie are acceptable, it’s time to look elsewhere.
Musically I'm not limited to one genre and I'll listen to whatever feels right on the moment but I find myself gravitating to old soul mostly--groups like The Delfonics, Dionne Warwick, Earth, Wind and Fire, the Royalettes, Curtis Mayfield, The Dramatics and the Stylistics dominate my Spotify playlist. I'm listening to Deniece Williams as I type this.
I spend a lot of time reading and following the work of David Deida. If you haven't heard of him he's worth Googling.