I am not here trying to find love. At least not in the form a dating site might offer for a person to find love with a partner. I have love already, and I am grateful for having found it. It took a good chunk of my life to discover it was within me all along, but some never find it, so it was a special day to realize I had life and death's greatest gift to give.
I would love to meet people who will never get tired of the endless joys in life, and talk about it with great enthusiasm. Meeting someone extra special to spend time with exclusively, sharing the joys of philosophizing and theorizing why exactly humans do what they do would be amazing. I have discovered that would be more interesting than all the classic romantic ideals I used to think would bring true happiness. Not that romance can't exist, it most certainly does. It's not necessarily the way it's portrayed in movies, books, shows and music. It's a little bit of all that and something more than words can describe. THAT reality is worth romanticizing about!
For my own personal time and how I want to spend it, Chuck D said it very well: "If I can't change the people around me. Then I change the people around me."
I am pretty good at music trivia! Well certain genres more than others, but I am learning more all the time. Even when I don't know it, it's very likely I'll want to at least experience it. Music = soul food.
Soaking up the world around me and then spacing out on what's been absorbed.
MOVIES: I'll watch nearly anything in good company. Alone I will watch: action/adventure, comedy, sci-fi of course and because I am a parent children/family movies.
MUSIC: All of it speaks to me, and there is NO music I dislike. Just some I have to be in mood for to fully appreciate.
FOOD: Spicy is good! I will eat non-spicy also, and can be coerced into trying many types of food.
- Music to listen to
- Imagination (mine or others)
- A good laugh, that brings me to tears
~ Pay With Friendship
Wanting to meet "new friends" is not a euphemism for "casual sex seeker" or anything but what the actual words represent. If something comes from being friends, that is great; but not necessary. A true friend is as tough to find as a good partner in life, so this isn't some net I am throwing out there to pull in quantity. Looking for a superb quality friend, which is exactly what I offer.