If only I sought a moody woman who wants a tall, wealthy,
hunky-attractive guy to provide her with the best sex of her life,
the finest things, gourmet vegetarian dining and non-stop 5-star
travel. A woman who needs oodles of "me time" for clubbing,
concerts, road trips with friends, dabbling in drugs, personal
trainer work-outs, etc. A very religious woman--no matter what her
religion today--who wants a guy who is only interested in what
interests her. A reformed nymphette who wants a male grateful for
any rare intimacies. A child-woman who views "age appropriateness,"
intelligence and or devotion as buzz kill.
There are so many of them on this and other sites...who believe
they're amazing finds.
Can you recommend a place where I might find a smart, accomplished,
stable, sane, solvent, sweet, modest, contented and trustworthy
woman seeking the same for a devoted partnership notable for
simplicity, reasonableness and mutual satisfaction? I'm a widower
who had a blissful, soul-enriching marriage. And who stupidly
believes such love can exist again.
What I’m doing with my life
Taking advantage of retirement with absolutely no strings or
I’m really good at
Treasuring that which is worthy of being treasured. Ignoring that
which warrants no attention. Valuing the genuine and enduring.
Getting to the point.
The first things people usually notice about me
Good people see me as being one of them. The devious and mean avoid
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I don't have particularly strong favorites among these things.
Instead, the most important, pleasing and memorable items are
things shared in a loving, supportive relationship...serendipitous
finds, the first (or last) time enjoying something my love
introduced me to, the things we promised each other we'd do
Past favorites are not as important as those things that will grow
to become OUR favorites and treasured memories.
The six things I could never do without
--The friendship of gentle and good souls.
--Knowing that I NEED nothing other than the company and support of
people of goodwill.
--Healthy skepticism of everything.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My deceased wife who was far too wonderful to have suffered the
health issues she faced for so long.
On a typical Friday night I am
At home (or walking) with my best buddy...my dog (actually, "her"
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
What I've said so far isn't private or personal enough?