When I finally made it to the bathroom, even with the toilet seat down, my butt was too small to sit on it. That hospital was definitely not "kid-friendly". It was then that I realized that if it's dirty diapers they want, it's dirty diapers they'll get. For the next few years, until my butt was large enough to sit comfortably on the toilet seat, I went to the bathroom in diapers. I never told my parents that I could have spared them all the trouble of changing me, if they would have gotten a smaller toilet seat. I think that's something they never need to know. We have a great relationship, and nothing good can come of bringing that up.
With my parents making out in the back seat of their Lincoln, it was a difficult drive home from the hospital. I almost crashed more than half a dozen times, and to this day I don't understand why the police officer pulled me over, and gave me a ticket for my parents being in the back seat without their seatbelts on. He could have just let me off with a warning. I'm just glad the officer never ran my fake driver's license.
I learned back then, that it's important to have people in your life that you can trust and rely on. That's what I'm looking for in a relationship. Trust and reliability are something that are earned, but even though it's earned, there's a small leap of faith. It's the hope that your leap of faith is not taken advantage of. I'm glad my parents didn't take advantage of me when I started using the toilet. Ever since then, I've been working on repaying them.
All kidding aside, I have a great imagination, I'm all heart, I'm incredibly romantic, I'm considerate, wild, and I'm just looking for one woman. I enjoy going to the movies, keeping myself fit by going to the gym, I love driving, and enjoy spur-of-the-moment road trips.
The woman I'm looking for has to know what she wants, whether that's working where she currently is, is going to school for something, has plans for the future, or even to stay home and watch the kids. Lol.
“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.” - John Lennon