I have a spouse who has medical issues that preclude intimacy. Numerous surgeries including 2 artificial knees, 2 titanium plates in her neck (C4,5,6), an apparatus in her lower back (L4,5,6), Rotator Cuff surgery, several surgeries to relieve a hematoma from her hip to her knee as a result of a fall. After the last lumbar surgery, she lost all interest in intimacy. And, frequently, she is unable to leave the house and cannot sit for long periods. But she understands my need for same and she approves of my attempt to find someone to spend some time with. So, I'm looking for a relationship with a woman who does not need marriage, or a full-time partner. Not just for sex, but a true FWB. Someone to go out with. Movies, live performance, dining, car rides, museums, and a roll in the hay. That said, I am very intelligent, a bit of a geek, witty and even tempered. Enjoy arts, sciences, film, books, music, food, nature, travel, museums. Easy company. Honest, tolerant, communicative, independent, sensitive, responsible, generous. Boy scout except in the bedroom (I've been told that I'm a patient, attentive and skilled lover.) Like to talk, discuss ideas. Self-assured. Can show emotion when the situation warrants it. Offbeat, sometimes dark sense of humor. Love Mammoth in the summer. Collect books, videos, CD's. Been to China (Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Guilin, Hong Kong), London, Victoria, Vancouver, TJ, Mazatlan, Guadalajara, most of U.S. Cruised to Alaska twice, Hawaii three times, Mexican Riviera, Panama Canal. Polite to everyone. A bit adventurous but not a daredevil. Non-volatile. No heavy baggage. Not good with kids, horses, motorcycles, car races, line dancing, country music, rock climbing, bars, hillbillies, wrestling. Passionate; love kissing, hugging, spooning, fondling, etc. Also, please keep in mind when you are viewing my answers to the questionnaire ("The Two Of Us"), that my responses are based upon my current status and not what I would necessarily answer if I were single. Also, as a male, I have answered several questions from a male perspective.
I have had 2 long-term relationships over the last 3 years. Both were ladies I met on OKC. And, I'm proud to say that I'm still friends with both of them. Since I can't and won't be anything more than a friend, both ladies eventually found what they were looking for and moved on. I'm glad that I could be there for them when they needed someone and I'm glad that they finally found a more suitable partner. Perhaps I can do the same for you!
And, finally, I don't photograph well. I'm really not sad, forlorn, grumpy, etc. Everyone who has seen it and me, agree.