enough? i feel much younger than my chronological age, in
body and spirit. i enjoy playing many sports...tennis, ping-pong,
volleyball, softball. outdoor activities: biking, hiking, gardening, sculpting my
living space, tree hugging, swimming.
good hand/eye coordination gives
one confidence in other facets of life... my sons are a testament to that (in my unbiased opinion). both have amazing athletic
skills, and are confident, well adjusted young men. i never had to be that "frustrated athlete" father, who tried to live it through his kids-- to their detriment. i've seen too much of that.
i come from a talented, eclectic, artistic, and musical family.
i try to view situations, people, the world as 'objectively' as possible, while being aware of my own personal biases. maybe i'll be a judge someday when i grow up.
you have to work pretty hard for me not to like you or give you the benefit of the doubt.
in general, i try to be a responsible citizen of the world.
i am truly humbled by the beauty (zion national park) and
forces (sandy and katrina) of nature. if it's not too late, maybe we can actually get on a path to leave at least a semblance of a sustainable planet to future generations.
i am the father of two young men, 24 and 27, of whom i am very proud.
i have a great support system of family and close friends.
i'm told that i'm funny...humor is in the eyes, ears, nose and throat of the beholder!
i'm also told that i have excellent kissing skills---try me!
my ambition is to find a 50 to 60-something, confident, caring, intelligent, honest, fit, passionate and compassionate woman.
i'd like to make it to 80+,
healthy and happy...sharing it with the love of my life.