For the lighter side I just want to ask you. How are you doing? I just haven't met you yet. When life gives you lemons, try and find some limes as well and slice them suckers up to look for some Tequila. LOL With the years of my public service.I offend dealt with degenerate, and uneducated part of society. I often was dealing with grotesque deaths of people I found dwelling on these things was unhealthy in so many ways. I tried to separate work from my private life. I developed channeling frustration, and unpleasant situations though humor, as this helped me to deal the stress from my job as well as help ease some tense situations. Dealing with unpleasant people in this world I found it was so important how you handle yourself in life's calamity events to keep a calm and bright outlook. By keeping a calm positive attitude, with a spoonful of sarcasm, here and there, helps to keep your sanity. Well I kept mine most of the time.. It was always a combination of old school merges with new school. You never know everything and I was constantly learning, accept criticism ,and looking at the glass, as half full. Of course with a very positive attitude you will keep the glass full of wine. LOL
My saying is "Life is not measured in the about the amount of breaths we take but more important as how we chose to use those breaths." and
A bad attitude is like a flat tire. You are not going anywhere until you change it.
Don't be so shy and this should be easier than a meeting in the fruit section of the grocery store. Funny when we were growing up we found out someone was interested in you usually by friends. Now it comes in as a email or notification. In this complex world, cluttered with spam we have to try and sort though the spam to find someone special that can be your friend. Just a stand up, common sense guy who is looking for that special person to share life with. Looking for my best friend to enjoy the highs of life and help each other down that path of life. Retired from public service LE 30+ yrs. Building a house was a challenge, and am still looking for someone to enjoy the calm and relaxing area and view it has. I was retired but was asked twice to come be a manager of a little family Italian restaurant. Rather than waking up with a horse head in my bed I decided to say yes the second time. They gave me a offer I could not refuse. LOL. I also still DJ a few parties. Have DJ'ed wedding and receptions since 95. I still think I am young at heart, though my body reminds me at times that I am not. I love adventure and doing new things and traveling as much as possible. My bucket list is going back to Glacier Park and hike the glacier. I love doing an array of diverse things. Snow skiing, motorcycle rides, golf, bowling , camping, dancing, cooking and entertaining are just a few. My softball days maybe are over as my last surgery was a reminder that my body does not heal like it use to. I still know my way around the dance floor though it is not as extreme as days of past. Would love to find a bucket list companion that would like to work on fulfilling what we would like to experience together.
As the words of Tim Allen in Galaxy Quest, "Never Surrender, Never Give Up."