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49 Milwaukee, WI Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 35–45
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Dec 6
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Not at all
Graduated from med school
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has kids, and might want more
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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I find it interesting that so many women state that they find it difficult to talk about themselves in this intro. I mean, really, who else on this planet or what other topic do you know better than yourselves?!? I can talk about myself for days and days, because I am complex and have more crazy philosophies and unique experiences than one should have. In one lifetime anyway. But I am selective in what I reveal and discuss, otherwise people would think I'm nuts. Kidding. I'm a goofball truly who honestly is totally at peace with who I am. Being a pediatrician gives me the amazing gift of perspective, being able to look at the world through an innocent and naive child's eyes, eyes that love color and beauty, eyes that express wonder at things adults yawn at, eyes that yearn to see it all, see everything and understand it. I love my patients. Children in general actually. Their silliness forces me to be silly back at them, often in a professional way (to play the role of "doctor" properly) that they don't always get, but is entertaining as heck. Being surrounded by cuter than cute babies and toddlers all day long, not to mention making them feel better and keeping them healthy is an incredible privilege. And I get paid??

My own beautiful children are my passion away from work. They are so gentle and peaceful, kind and sweet, I am so blessed that my personality has found its way to them. DNA is a crazy thing, how it randomly (or not?) is arranged from two people to make one completely new one. God gets props from me for DNA!

I could now go on to state that I'm looking for this, that, and the other in a woman; that I have this, that, and the other qualities; and that I have this, that and the other likes and dislikes as far as hobbies, etc. I think it's pretty much implied that we are here to meet quality people. I doubt my love of sushi would make or break the deal. I didn't take marketing in college but I do get that it's possible to market oneself to draw attention. Complete with adjectives like sweet, honest, etc. I always say "actions speak louder than words." In my case they scream it until you get it or until you get annoyed enough to call the police. Kidding. The point being: the sense of who I am, my heart, my soul, my mind is what I'm selling here and words or interests or music I like or yada yada yada is superfluous. My innocent childlike eyes reveal my innocent childlike heart and soul and I look around with awe at the beauty and the color of life's journey. Words can't really describe it nor me.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Reinventing myself, especially spiritually. I realized recently my motives had been largely about pleasing others and centered on external validation: "needing" people, places and especially things (objects in a materialistic sense) to "make me happy." Being open, honest and practicing feeling (rather than hiding from) emotions and being able to tolerate sadness, anger, guilt, and shame in healthy ways is part of the new me. My needs have simplified and I am getting back what I give.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
~being kind and compassionate; being genuinely interested in others as opposed to telling them what I think they want to hear. Life works so much better when I put the focus on others rather than me. I have simple needs, so it's been working. I get back what I give.
~getting women who "reply very selectively" to respond.
~Emoji art on the iPhone.
~wasting time.
~spending money I don't have.
~jailbreaking iPhones.
~dressing the part.
~effectively using the tilde~
The first things people usually notice about me
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~that I'm wearing pink and/or purple shirts, earrings and silly bands: "you're NOT gay?"...
~my hair...
~my disarming and genuine personality...
~my kindness, compassion, and intellect...
~my general goofi- and/or silliness...
~that my demeanor suggests that I am not interested in what others think of me (what people think of me is none of my business, to be honest)...
~that I'm physically built like a 11 year old girl, only taller and thinner...
~that I look like I spend time exercising my mind, my heart and my soul (my musculature: not so much, because I wasn't built that way)...
~that people describing me as eccentric and "a handful" weren't too far off...
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Comprehensive list (OCD)...

~A New Earth, The Alchemist, The Amazing Journey of Edward Tulane. Suspense novels: have been reading Linwood Barclay (Never Look Away: couldn't put it down!). I moved two blocks from the Waukesha library: borrowing Deepak Chopra and other spirituality books.

~Memento, Juno, Inception, The Invention of Lying, Disturbia, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, House of D, October Sky, Despicable Me, Pieces of April, Contact, The Answer Man, 28 Days, Days of Wine and Roses, When a Man Loves a Woman, Hancock, The Fighter, Miracle, Fargo, Vertigo, The Man Who Wasn't There...

~All kinds of music, from Arctic Monkeys to Zepplin.

~Candy/chocolate (licorice snaps), Kung pao chicken, lobster, beef tenderloin, Denny's make your own slam: 2 scrambled eggs, bacon, pancakes, hash browns), garlic mashed potatoes, pizza. Did I mention candy?
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. My Higher Power, aka God!
2. Jack and Eva, the darling sweet children God blessed me with!
3. Caffeine!
4. My 1998 Saab 900 SE Turbo with a manual soft top (it didn't require manual operation when I bought it: now it's a two man job or a one man job with a golf club)!
5. Somewhere safe to do a #2.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How to stop spending so much time thinking about things.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
~searching OKCupid, or
~singing karaoke, or
~working on crafts like model rocketry/string art/watercolor/sketching, or
~playing drums in the garage, or
~hanging out with Jack and Eva at the library or at the Y swimming, or
~cruising in my Saab with the soft top down, or
~picking up some Kung pao chicken at Golden Gate in Waukesha, or
~listening to the Hives playing air guitar, or
~cursing while watching the baseball Twins lose, or
~monkeying around on Facebook and/or, or
~at Barnes and Noble browsing political magazines, or
~wandering Brookfield Square Mall talking myself out of spending money, or
~reading pediatric literature,
~or texting/calling all the beautiful people God has blessed me with.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Privacy is overrated. If you know me long enough, I will share everything. Except the story about me losing my virginity to a Russian transgendered midget. That one is under lock and key until the moment I cease to exist.
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