Introspection is not one of my strengths despite a penchant for reviewing past interactions gone askew. Like most others I find it difficult to provide a "Cliffs Notes" personal profile. I would suggest that reading my matching questions may be a viable avenue for assessing my values*.
*Warning........I found many questions either so bizarre or poorly written that my inner-child took over. I provided what my targeted audience might consider a humorous response, knowing that some readers will just think that I'm a smart ass. In any event I'd be more than happy to clarify if desired.
I arrived at my present station after a 35 year failed marriage and a 38 year career in banking. "There's been a load of compromising of the road to my horizon"..............with apologies to Glenn Campbell.
Although I'm left brain dominant, I envy creative people as much for the manner in which they process thought(s) as their artistic talent. I'm moderate in most of my philosophies and reject the lunatic fringe both right and left (everyone has the right to their opinion so long as they don't insist on imposing it upon others). I consider myself "spiritual" in matters of theology .
I'm fortunate to have a group of retired friends that provides an opportunity for male bonding. We share an affinity for anything with wheels and the ability to find humor in our errors. Therefore, our chosen group name is the "What's Wrong With Me" club. Additionally, I enjoy socializing in smaller group settings, which I find conducive to sharing ideas, beliefs and values.
I'm a DIY person and enjoy absorbing new information and the satisfaction that comes with overcoming a challenge.
Movie: A Man For All Seasons
Show: I have no "must see" TV shows
Music: Anything by The Eagles
Food: Steak and Pasta
A good sense of humor
A full tank of gas and a clean windshield
the current election cycle.
Note to self: It's Saturday night and I'm still bored; what's that all about?