I'm now single after a long term marriage and a few year monogamous relationship. Life is wonderful, my 2 kids are in their mid-20's and it's my time to shine! Most friends consider me to be a great guy, sometimes quirky, funny, demonstrative, progressive, generous and possessing a strong joie de vivre. After putting it off forever, I returned to college in my late 40's, got a bachelors degree, and a few years ago, I nailed my masters. What a thrilling ride and exceptional educational experience!
My career leading and managing information systems keeps me busy and involved. While I tend to manage geeks, I don't consider myself in the same genre. I've spent a fair amount of time learning about and expanding my emotional intelligence. I think of my career as building relationships, marketing my ideas, giving others the freedom and leverage to achieve their goals and achieving success. I just happen to do this with technology.
While I make friends easily and generally know within minutes if we'll click, most either totally get me or some have no idea what planet I'm from, which is just fine and exactly how I run. I don't follow the herd and often do the opposite of what other's expect.
I have friends of a wide span of age groups and spend a lot of quality time with my daughter.
I've traveled around the world and travel often for both pleasure and business. After six weeks, I have a difficult time being fully grounded and need some form of travel to take me away from responsibilities and reality.