After I graduated from college in July 1976, I was like "The Graduate" as I had no idea what I wanted to do for a living. In the interim, I moved to Ventura, CA and worked a job that I had learned while in college...being a bartender. The "interim" lasted 25 years. So you can correctly assume that I have a good sense of humor, can talk to any one at any level about any subject, and add a spin to the conversation with a quick wit.
About 15 years ago I decided to leave the bar business and become a Realtor. Enough said about that!
I enjoy playing the guitar and singing so, if you like music from the 60's to the present, I can play quite a few tunes...mostly mellow stuff like John Denver, Simon & Garfunkle, Cat Stevens...well you get the idea. Would you like to be serenaded?
In my youth I was athletic, playing all three major sports from 3rd grade until the end of high school. After school, I eventually picked up golf and used to score in the low 80's most of the time. I haven't played any golf for over 4 years, but I probably can still hit the ball well. Would you enjoy a golf lesson?
I've always tried to live my life for today, because tomorrow may never come. I've also subscribed to these words of wisdom from the 1970's: If it feels good, do it. So, if you like what you see and read, I'd love to hear from you. My lifetime motto has always...always...been to treat people the manner in which I wish to be treated, which includes being completely monogamous. I prefer to meet a woman who is fairly intelligent, lives alone, happy with their life, can actually laugh out loud, and doesn't have a temper. One who is easy going, and possibly enjoys card and board games. AND...one that is four twenty friendly.