Now what do they want from me???? I have looked at myself and still prefer to do it in low light and at a distance.
If you are looking for a GQ model....keep looking. Looking for Mr. Excitement...better move along. Looking to run your fingers through my hair? Sorry, but you are too late. But if you are looking for a tall [6'3 1/2", 230 lbs] loving non-couch potato who likes children [father of two young adults who take after their Mom...lucky for them] then look no farther [further?].
I may not be that funny, or athletic, or good looking. or smart, or talented.....I forgot where i was going with this.
You may ask "What is your favorite position in bed?"
Near the wall so I can use my phone while it is charging.
If you are into camping and RVing....good for you. My idea of "roughing it" is a three star resort instead of a four or five star one. If I have to carry my own bags, they better have room service. Not interested in motorcycles until the are enclosed with air conditioning. Don't hold it against me but I drive a tan minivan [!] with a dirt colored interior. I got it for the dogs because nothing shows.
Thanks a bunch for looking and I hope you find what you need/want in a guy. Could be me.
BTW I do not drink, smoke or use drugs. Never have had any taste for any of these things.
What I’m doing with my life
I am retired but I am going back to work soon. A little bored at
times. Looking for something with a lot of contact with humans
instead of canines. The dogs are fun but humans are a whole lot
I’m really good at
Home remodeling, tennis, dog care, texting, rambling on almost incoherently, snacking, driving in a pretty much straight line when needed, empathy, napping, eating. You might note in the photo of me on the bed I have taken the art of relaxing to a whole new level. Lousy at divorce , sewing, keeping my mouth shut. Actually it would be easier to tell you what I am NOT good at.
The first things people usually notice about me
WELL, I am tall, big and bald. I smile a lot and enjoy engaging in
conversations with just about anyone. Usually do not discriminate
who I talk to. First impressions are not always right. You may also
notice one or two big dogs on leashes connected to my arm [I like
big mutts and I can not lie].
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I am reading "Inside of a Dog" by Alexandra Horowitz. I now know
that almost everything I knew about dogs is wrong. Going to read it
again to fully comprehend it.
NPR radio. Garrison Keillor. David Sedaris. Board games.
I get my real news from Comedy Central and my humor from Fox
Most of musical listening is older rock and rock when redone by the
original artists [if they are still alive, that is]. Clapton, JJ
Cale, Santana, Robert Plant et al.
The six things I could never do without
Trucks, dogs, conversation, piece and quiet, music, humor and
irony, home life, women as friends, sleep, and good food. And my
mad math skills.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why does everyone compare something difficult as being "Like putting the toothpaste back in the tube". Who does that anyway and why?
What age do you have to be to be considered "Not a spring chicken anymore"?
On a typical Friday night I am
Crying my eyes out wondering where it all went so wrong!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I like to lick my own elbows. Try it, you may like it too. [Just so
you know, licking your own elbows is nearly impossible....try it].
You should message me if
My humor hits home or I am just enough cynical. I do NOT take myself too seriously. But when you say those words every guys loves to hear "Honey, we have to talk" after you pry me off the ceiling, I will sit with my tail between my legs [what is with all the dog references????], nod a lot, say "of course you are right dear", clean myself up, and never do it again.