Basic facts: Former Military, plan to retire into a teaching job somewhere, and I like a good strong single malt scotch to diffuse the anomie of Western Civilization.
That could mean a lot of things. I don't know exactly and suspect I won't until a good way into the relationship. It could be going to Turkey or Greece to help refugees, it could be proof reading each other's work or even running a business. I have a daydream of becoming a shepherd, moving to Wales, and doing the whole bard thing. All I know is that I think a marriage means more than sharing a bed. It's about joint ownership of our lives, whatever that entails.
My favourite movies: High Noon, OCTPOB, Casablanca, The Seventh Seal, Shadowlands, Andrei Rublev, Harvey, Up!...
Music: Welsh folk, Phish, Fleet Foxes, Earl Scruggs, Hank William Sr, Bowie, Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, the Stones, Beck, Rjd2 Palestrina, Bach, Beethoven, Mussorgsky, Ralph Vaughn Williams, Gerald Finzi, Benjamin Britten, John Tavener, Chesnokov, Blues, old-time, quality Jazz, and other likely randomness.
My computer (income)
The Welsh Rugby Team
Something to read
Philosophy of History
Tech, games, and how they're changing how we interact
What I'm eating for dinner
How to grow the business side of the writing thing
All of the above in the context of the Orthodox Church
Don't tell me I'm perfect or write anything resembling "where have you been all my life". I can do nothing good for a woman that can't see my faults. We're all broken, which means (among other things) that we all make terrible crutches. That doesn't mean I won't do my best to support you or catch you when you fall, but it does mean I can't fix anything in you you don't fix yourself.