I'm a native Seattlite with lefty-liberal ideals and passionate progressive politics involving tolerance & respect.
If you like to laugh at high & low-brow humor, we'll get along.
I'm just a low-key guy living a laid-back middle-class lifestyle.
I love to discuss various topics over coffee/dinner. I enjoy going to restaurants, museums, films, parks all over town. I even enjoy staying in for dinner & streaming a movie. I will cook but I'm a little out of practice, so let's team up!
I have one foot in the city & one in a lovely river somewhere in eastern WA or OR --as you can tell by my recent pics.
Road trips around the Northwest and further excite me.
I really enjoy exploring & travel to break my weekly monotony.
I don't work out but I walk daily for my job & I've cut back on eating sugar, so that has put a dent in "the Thickening" of my midsection. (I'm down with HWP/yeah you know me.)
If this helps: I'm an ESTJ Myers-Briggs Personality Type, and a dead-on Taurus according to astrology.
I'm attracted to HWP women who take care of themselves & their loved ones. I enjoy kids so I'm open to dating moms --and at this point in life, many of us have kids. I get along well with someone who enjoys the outdoors, or exploring the Northwest, or going out on the town on a regular basis. Educated women with a conventional, stable lifestyle and healthy self-esteem are who I do really well with. They enjoy similar interests: movies, music, politics, some camping, some hiking, traveling, and a low-key lifestyle.
I believe that dating is like a long interview so it's going to take a while to get comfortable with each other. Do we make each other laugh? Do we share a similar outlook on things? Do we look forward to seeing each other because we really enjoy each other's company? Do we turn each other on? Are we both at a point where we can put the effort into developing a relationship? I want to take my time to get to know someone for a long-term relationship --but it doesn't have to involve getting hitched. I learned a few things about myself after my amicable divorce a few years back, so I realize cooperation is key to making a relationship work. I'm willing to give & grow, as well as take. Sometimes that leads to pleasant surprises! What do you know!