“But H20,” you ask, “Won’t this break a lot of hearts?”
Yes, sad to say, it will.
“How long on this site did it take you to meet this person?”
At least two years. Dunno how it is for you gals on your end, but the trick for us guys is that not many new gals join these things. I can imagine most of them are scared off by all the bare torso pics and the morons who think an online dating site is a place to get pics of bewbs.
“Is she more attractive than me?”
"What does she have that I don't?"
Typical Sovereign Graceian male seeks female for an impossibly-perfect relationship. I jog every morning at 5 am, attend 1 hour accountability before work, work twelve hour shifts, and serve in three positions of leadership at the church. I wear sweaters, have my entire year planned out on the calendar, ask everyone I meet how they’re doing, and pass out at the sight of cleavage. Courtship is to last no longer than 3 weeks before engagement, and the engagement is to last no longer than six months. Wedding itinerary will be option #2. Must produce a minimum of three children and be willing to adopt two more overseas.
Or, if you prefer, we could go the typical Christian-culture route and have a platonic relationship where our idea of a wild night is a game of Scrabble.
Enough with the silly. Now the serious:
I’m a quiet guy and have a laid back, take it easy outlook on life (not like hippy nor indifferent. I’m not worried about my future. God carried me this far in life, He’s not gunna let me go now, nor will He ever.), but also work hard towards a goal full tilt until I achieve it or become burnt out from the effort. I'm all about the little things in life, such as allowing someone to take that space ahead of you on the road, ice cream sandwiches in the summer, snuggling and a movie, or pondering serious or silly: If it rains on a lake, do fish get a breath of fresh air? If I can make someone laugh or smile, then my day is complete.
Been working at the same job for 13.5 years now, and life is like clockwork. When I’m not at work I chill at home most of the time, with an occasional trip to downtown, the Smokies, or I read a book (gogo goodreads.com). The quiet is nice, but man can it get lonely.
If you want to know more, send a message. Or, for you traditional types, check out the questions. I've answered them with reasons why as much as possible.
I'm surprised none of the questions asked, "Do you own a home?" (Which the answer is yes, I do =). Chicks dig guys with houses, right? =b