Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Attractive, witty, considerate, secure, humorous and affectionate
man seeking same in a woman. Of course, all of that is personal
opinion (the elusive chemistry), but if you, like me, are seeking
the best relationship of your life, let’s talk. I am a tenured
business professor on the main line, and am devoted to my two
teenage boys (16 and 13) that are with me about half the time.
While I believe I would love sitting on a beach (SCUBA anyone?),
skiing down a hill, biking, or walking about most places with
anyone, I am looking for the person with whom the other 48 weeks a
year, those at home, will also be cherished. I am fortunate to be
able to have a conversation with anyone, and am able talk about a
lot of things (we can talk about my five-ish diverse “careers”, the
10 day RV trip I took with the boys last summer, why cats rule, or
just about anything). So, I can promise our first date won’t be a
long awkward one if we don’t match. I have been divorced and in my
own house for about three years now. I wish everyone the best of
luck, and look forward to meeting some of you.
Now that you have stopped reading, I’ll get on to the things that
life’s experiences and my own introspection have led me to believe
(decidedly NOT “know” but believe) make for a good and bad fit
between a woman and me (crassly called deal-breakers, by
• I am agnostic, you cool with that?
• You can’t be allergic to cats.
• You should have a college degree.
• My copious amount of free time shouldn't make you nuts.
• You should be attractive, and I have a thing about good
• You should have a good job
• You should be fit, and while a little extra weight is OK, too
much is too much.
Of course, I apologize in advance if you find any of this
offensive, but that means we will not be meeting, so let’s both
just let it go.