Do people really stand in front of the mirror and take pictures just of their face and then post like 8 of them from each from a different day? No addition of body, friends, activity or action? So weird! What goes through the minds of these people I wonder?
I am patient but forthright.
I am thoughtful and expressive
I am a talker, but less so with age.
I believe in good communication along with an open mind and heart.
I have a great capacity to love.
I consider myself to be emotionally mature.
I value education, trying new things and building relationships.
I am a movie buff.
I am an animal person.
I appreciate family and history.
I am a good-natured and well-meaning person.
I act with my heart but am analytical and articulate.
I read a lot, typically when I am running or while listening to live music.
I enjoy getting people together to socialize, but have no problem heading out on my own, whether to Europe or to hear some bluegrass.
I enjoy running, ping-pong, chess, euchre, CatchPhrase, playing softball, tennis, soccer, volleyball and biking.
I will watch baseball or local football and basketball, but will not put the event or any television above going out and experiencing life or time shared with friends and family.
It is difficult to wake in the morning because I am a night person but I am readjusting.
I enjoy cooking as much as eating, and always prefer a healthy diet, though a buffet is never out of the question.
I really would appreciate someone willing to put forth the time effort to communicate and make a new friend, but am looking for something serious, given the right circumstance.
I would think that a lady for me would mirror some of these characteristics, but am moreso looking for a complement in a partner, someone who is their own person.
Passion and chemistry are incredibly important, but you have to be willing to give someone a chance.
I think 5 word responses, judgment by picture and saying that ‘never in a million years did I think I would be on a dating site’ are silly, especially in light of the practicality the latter offers, an opportunity to meet someone you would not otherwise have.
It’s hard for me to believe, given how far I’ve come and all that I’ve lived, that the answer is your friend of 15 years who you now say you see in a different light, friends of your friends who are all married, or the guy at the bar though he may be cool as well, although maybe he’s not there to be on the prowl but rather just taking in a night to relax.
Say what you mean, mean what you say, do what you say. The Golden Rule, savor each day, adhere to your priorities, satisfy your responsibilities, relax, embrace opportunity and smile.