You could say I lead a pretty healthy lifestyle with time for a workout or walk and meditation each day. Soft-spoken and quietly confident usually work best for me. It's an odd mix, but you're sure to see a touch of shyness mixed with a healthy dose of confidence.
You'll find I enjoy a variety of activities from backgammon to Euchre, from the '7th inning stretch' to NASCAR, and from Vivaldi to Wicked. Really enjoy getting outdoors for hiking, biking, or gardening. And if there's something you really enjoy doing, I'm game for that, too. Music literally moves me. You'll find me swayin' and clickin' to new age, electronica, and smooth jazz.
--Being a gentleman—allow me to offer you my arm as we walk, open your door, tend your chair, and help you with your coat
--Turning up the volume
--Mowing in straight lines
--Giving the benefit of the doubt
--Creating charts in Excel
--Seeing the amusing side
--Oh, and showing it with some quick, dry wit
--Lending a helping hand, especially for those I care about
--Relaxing in a crowd, one-to-one time is equally good; nah, it's better!
--Having good-natured conversations
--Giving nice, long massages
--Having a magical touch with children and dogs--seriously!
Breakfast for dinner, sex for breakfast, Mad Men (RIP), a Five Guys burger and fries, my Pandora featuring Cantoma, Blank & Jones, Jens Buchert, Ryan Farish, Stolen Identity, Chris Botti, Earth Wind and Fire, Simply Red, Pablo Cruise, and so many more, M&M's, an occasional glass of Pinot Grigio or Noir, Girl Scout Thin Mints, First Break All the Rules. I'm trying to reduce my sugar, really!
There's so much more of course! What else would you like to know?
Wigwam wool socks
Chocolate chip cookies
Headnodic beats, unsyncopated ensemble rhythms, modal harmonies, and light drum fills
Curves of a woman
Juicy cheeseburger & fries
Not a lot of time, but just . . .
--Wondering why there isn't a U.S.-only button on this site. I know it's just a border and I have a passport, but . . . Nothing against our fair Canadian friends! You're welcome to invite me up and you're certainly welcome to 'come on down'.
--Is there really something to these OKcupid algorithms? I'm hedging my bet there is. So if we're an 80% or better, give me a shout out!
--What if distance wasn't a factor in a great relationship?
You don't get colored or white until later. That's private.
You have a special talent, say music, art, photography, writing, cooking, business, or animals. Of course, you have to promise to teach me new things about your special talent. Promise?
You delight in simple moments, simple pleasures—quaint restaurants, hidden notes, walks on the beach, an unexpected text, a stolen kiss. You are eager to share family and friends, getaways near and far, and evenings watching the sun set over the lake.
Was there a hint of a smile as you read along? Did the thought 'He has possibilities' enter your mind? Then by all means, it would be a pleasure to hear from you. A simple 'Hi' will always do.