I left my job that keeps me living out of state for most of the year. I'm back to being a year round St. Louis resident. I have also made changes in my dating/relationship direction. This last year, I had two potential LTR that ended abruptly. No bad feelings towards each other. Partly due to my working/living out of state, and also we didn't make it through the adjustments couples go through when trying to graft their lives together. In the end, I decided to go in a direction that several of my friends have. I have become committed to being polyamorous.
People give this title many meanings. For me, it's about making strong connections with others and excepting that I can give and receive many things from more than one person/partner/lover. It means I am not trying to direct or be directed towards a specific agenda. I prefer things develop organically without manipulation. It also means I don't need to end/destroy a current bond to start a new one.
I believe most people put so much pressure on themselves and their loved ones to live up to this idea of what a relationship is supposed to be,and to attain. When things change, we see it as a failure. I prefer to see it as a shift, a change, but not necessarily an ending.
So, if we exchange messages, I hope we see our common interest, enjoy the idea of sharing new interest, and be open to what develops between us.
No longer working 60 hour weeks. I have predictable weekends free for social activities.
But wait!! There's more!! So as not to eliminate this opportunity to date me, please note correct answers on two questions here. The glove turned inside out fits on the opposite hand, and the sun is larger than the moon.
Last private thing I'll admit is that I can be a self deprecating smart ass. But usually not at the same time ;-)
I would add that my sense of humor can range from dry and abstract, to just plain silly. Laughter is very attractive on a woman.
You should message me if you want to learn how to see a spider at night from a distance of fifty feet. If this makes you curious, we may click!