I LOVE to laugh. I love to make others laugh and laugh with them. I've been known to go to great lengths for a good belly laugh--I have no shame.
So two guys walk into a bar. The third one ducks.
...see? no shame.
Happiness seems to be the central thread of my life. It permeates my many layers. Everything involving laughs, smiles, security, and warmth are things most treasured. I grew up knowing unconditional love from my family, and hope to share that with friends and other loved ones not genetically connected to me.
There is happiness in my professional life--many challenges, much fulfillment, and TONS of laughs. There is happiness in my personal life as well. My nuclear family has always been a source of security and comfort, and we have extended that unconditional love to spouses. My husband (viciousid) is my very best friend and forever boy. We both feel a wonderful love and security in our relationship. From this nucleus, we have opted to venture into the world of polyamory with the hope of including other loving and nurturing relationships in our lives.
For clarification--I am not looking for meaningless sex, a boy-toy, or a replacement for my husband. What I am looking for is someone with whom to share love, laughs, and warm moments in this wonderful adventure called LIFE. I am on this search with my husband's full support and blessing. We each want the other to experience as much happiness and fulfillment as possible. To that end, any man who desires a romantic connection with me must also be willing to accept my husband's place in my life and in my heart. The ideal situation is one in which my lover and my husband have a positive and mutually beneficial metamour relationship. He is a wonderful man, as is my current boyfriend, and I only hope to bring more wonderful men into our lives.
Also, I strongly believe that our interactions with others (regardless of the dynamic of the relationship) help us to shape who we are and to hone our perspective on life. I would be grateful for platonic relationships as well. :-) I'm a pretty damn good friend to have.
"The key to life is not its length, but its depth."
Emerson was right about the meaning of "success" (look it up). I hope to leave this world a little bit better. One way to do that is to develop loving and nurturing relationships with family, friends, and lovers. Our purpose in life is to do our best to ensure our loved ones are secure and happy. Are you game?