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My self-summary
I have lived in Washington my whole life. I grew up on a dairy farm in Nooksack, W,A
until I was 9 and then my family moved to Ferndale WA. When I was 21 I moved to Bellingham (Great town I sometimes ask myself why I left) when I was 27 I moved to Seattle where I have lived since. I was lucky to have woods to play in as a kid, and a place to hike and ride my mountain bike when I was older . I am self employed. I assist individuals or groups with the day to day management of their lives or events. I have traveled to the UK and other States in the US, as well as Canada. Love a good road trip. I love to hold hands in the car, although not real big on PDA. I will try to add more later or just ask anything you would like.

Thanks for reading,


I am Sincere, Pragmatic, and Grounded
What I’m doing with my life
Life is a journey. I am trying to enjoy the ride and it would be great to have someone to share it with.
I’m really good at
I am really good at fixing problems and things or making sure something or someone never becomes a problem. There is no such thing as a fixer upper-person they have to do that on their own..
The first things people usually notice about me
I would have to say my smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Gone but not forgotten.
I like most any gay indy film.
Watching Netflex movie from my comfy bed.
Six things I could never do without
#1 My comfy bed
#2 my car
#3 Physical touch
#4 Fresh air and rain
#5 someone to confide in
# 6 Washer/dryer D/W
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Lately I think a lot about moving back to Bellingham and living back in Fairhaven. where I want to be in my life,
how to get there, and why I am not. What I need to do at work. Wabi Sabi. Having a love object; someone to come home to and to share the joinery of life with. Sex, Companionship'
peace and quiet, my cabin in the woods with my mate. Overcoming the Klesas
■Ignorance, which is especially problematic, because it is not just a source of pain. It is also the fuel that ignites all other sources of suffering.
■Ego, the belief that we are somehow separate from those around us. Ego results in feelings of isolation, ethnocentrism, and dogmatism.
■Attachment, or holding on to something for fear of losing it, including relationships, possessions, job titles, and stature.
■Aversion, or avoiding something for fear of pain. Aversion results in the victim mentality so prevalent in our society today, prejudice, fear, and blame.
■Fear, especially the fear of death.
On a typical Friday night I am
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I do get lonely, and I have a pervy mind.
You should message me if
If you are groomed, clean, somewhat hairless, in good shape mentally and physically and you think that your baggage might go with mine. I will be honest with my replies.
The two of us