Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Just moved to the Island on Aug 1st and loving it, best dog walking
I've been contacted by a few guys asking for legal advice, please
don't, I'm not here for that and it goes against the point of me
being on this site. I wouldn't ask someone in the medical field on
here for a diagnosis of whatever... Yes, I can offer advice, if you
can't afford a lawyer, apply for legal aid, or visit the UBC or
UVic legal clinic. Otherwise, get a referral for a lawyer from the
law society. If you contact me, I hope it's because you are
actually interested in getting to know me!
I'm open to making new friends, and I'll let the universe decide
when it's the right time to meet a romantic partner (ultimately my
goal!). As for the SMOKING thing, I am committed to bringing my
smoking down to just the occasional one and smoke like others enjoy
a beer or a glass of wine, I just enjoy it like others enjoy a beer
(I don't drink, it's my one vice). I just don't want to date a
heavy smoker, that tends to lead me to smoke more.
I've been described as easy to talk to (I think I'm a great
listener) and I love getting to know new people. I'm not a clubber,
those days are gone :-) Staying at home with a good movie or going
out for a coffee with good company beats 100 decibels any day of
I've been out for over 20 years now, I am far from being ashamed of
being gay and I've met so many guys who are. It's a bit of a turn
off to be honest. I'm honest to a fault and what I expect the most
in a partner is respect.
I love my friends as though they are family. I only have a small
family anyway :-) I include my beautiful dog as part of the family,
she's like my daughter.
I work in law, my dream is to open a law firm only helping the
underdogs in our society - animals, gay refugees, violent families,
Being interested and knowledgable about world events, staying
"current" is a deal breaker. That's just from experience, I like to
talk about more than our jobs and pets :-)
I am looking to settle down with someone, get our own place and get
creative together to make a home à deux. We all need our own space,
but living apart in a long term relationship (hopefully a rest of
our lives relationship) works for some people but not for me.
Although it was 12 years ago, my best relationship was where we
created a home together, a place we chose together that we both
loved. I don't want that relationship again, I want the paradigm. I
don't want to be commuting between yours and mine for years!