My profession as a corporate pilot affords me opportunities for travel and free time many people dream of, but few achieve or realize. (You're welcomed to view all the stamps in my passports.) I'm looking for a lady who wants to build a relationship with me based on friendship, trust, and mutual respect, then travel sitting next to me in the copilot's seat. I think I have a terrific life and I'm looking for a special lady who wants to share it with me.
Many will judge or discount me because of my age. While that's certainly your choice, you'd not only be making a huge mistake, but perhaps missing out on the type of relationship you've longed for your entire life. Are you looking for a man, or a number? Are you looking for a man you can control or manipulate? Or are you looking for a "man's man", one who can add to your life in ways you haven't imagined? I offer a rare combination of gifts, talents, skills and abilities that allow for an exceptional life.
I am a positive, cheerful, and happy person who enjoys making others laugh and feel good about themselves. I'm easy to get to know, easy to talk to, open, honest and enjoy helping others. I'm a highly intelligent, well-educated, well-traveled, stable, articulate Southern Gentleman who knows how to treat a lady. If I had to name my three best attributes - trustworthy (read "loyal and honest"), excellent sense of humor, positive attitude and outlook on life.
The Lady I'm looking for is a kind, loving, cheerful, happy person. She is trustworthy, honest, positive, appreciative, and confident. Her expectations for a loving, caring, giving relationship are realistic and reasonable. She is attractive, healthy, physically fit and financially self-supporting. Her clothing (in public) is conservative and modest.
I know I ask a lot but I feel I offer a lot as well. If you smoke, are "high maintenance" (read "low self esteem"), have large/numerous tattoos, extraneous ear or body piercings, pink or purple hair, please do us both a favor and don't waste your time on me.
Oh, one more thing. I don't mean to be unkind, but - if you are in an African (or any other) country for a business trip, visiting a sick relative, checking on your parent's property, buying antiques or fabrics for your business, or whatever, please find someone else to ask for money for your plane ticket back to the states. I was on here barely 4 days and had this scenario happen 4 times (no kidding.) I was born at night, but I wasn't born "last night."