My last profile update was on 01-03-2014.
I enjoy working with computers, am always trying to keep up with technology, Seldom have time but I enjoy games, movies, logic puzzles, sci-fi, and the list goes on and on.
I was 195 lbs in April of 2013, but as of this writing I have dropped to 160 and my goal is to set and maintain less than 155. I had reached 150 before the holidays.
To clarify on my sexual preference, I am hetero-flexible (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heteroflexibility).
I am also supportive of most other lifestyles so if you have concerns, just ask.
My wife and son are living in WA and when they do come to California, they don't spend any of it with me so I have to go to my in-laws to see them. If you're the kind of woman who can't have sex in your parents house, I am not for you. I have never asked her to work or give me the money she earns. I am self sufficient and selfreliant, but the one thing that bothers me most is a dry spell longer than 3 days. For the past 12 years its been period of 25 days or longer virtually every month.
Everyone wants to know why the divorce so I'll lay it out for you. I allowed her to date and have sex with other men as long as she was safe and did not deny me any of what she is giving out to other people. As she had virtually no sex drive, I thought this wouldn't be a problem. I have to live in San Diego for a couple more years just until I retire. When she came down to visit for the holidays, she spent one night with me and was too tired for a happy reunion. Then she wanted me to take her to her mother's where she never spends any quality time with me. And when I had to come back for work, she didn't want to come spend six days with me before she had to fly home. Her mom and I got in a fight about how selfish I am and a whole lot of drama mounted up to me getting fed up with this life with her. I've tried to hold it together for a long time. I even brought her to marriage counseling on multiple occasions but those patches fall off quickly. We never really had much in common. I was lured into the relationship on a big lie and tried to hang in there for my (now 12 year old) son.
I'm not a bad man. I'm just not the kind of man she always wanted. Apparently the guy she's been dating for three months (who she admits she's in love with) is. So that's my case.
I can be poly. I'm only jealous when not treated as an equal. I also prefer smaller petite women but have spent a long time dating larger women. I just want you to be healthy enough to go on a hike with me, or to scale down to Black's Beach and back up.
I just bought a new car but it remains to be seen how long I get to keep it in these divorce proceedings. I have a credit score above 800 so I require your credit score to be maintained above 740 to be sure you can be responsible and independent. Of course, this is only applicable to long term relationships. Short term flings don't matter.
Here are a list of things that might also affect how we get along in the long term. I like the room between 74 and 76 when I sleep at night. I don't like it when you put perfume on your neck. It tastes nasty. I don't sweat a lot. Something about my metabolism makes me do well in warm dry climates. I hate bright light. Almost any sunlight is too bright and I'll wear glasses outside even on a cloudy day. This means the lighting in-doors might not be as bright as you're accustomed to. I'm a little on the Republican side with a chunk of liberalism thrown in there but I can vote for a good democrat too. I guess that makes me an independent.