Had a rough life and don't regret it? Good for you… You lucked out. A challenging life makes you both objective and humble.
Do you like my sense of humor? A true story, at Whole Foods the cashier saw my salad bar container and asked me if I wanted a fork. I told her maybe ... if you buy me chocolate and flowers first.
2) Increasing my web design business.
3) Decreasing my weight. Down 130 ... perhaps 50 to go.
(But of course, like everyone, what I would WANT people to see is: kindness, patience, quick and creative thinker, self-made-mensch.)
The serene comfort of human touch, Fall, bacon, training, erotica, physical conditioning, my pursuit of a 4.5 tennis rating, chores that let the mind wander - I'm an ideas person.
Blue also moves me deeply.
Such is the commitment of someone who battles the weight loss demons ... do you? ... you have my respect and sympathy! *please tell me about it ... I've helped lots of people with simple advice ... NO SURGERY!*
• You feel good knowing I would never THINK to ask your bra size or send you a naked picture of myself.
• You love making love and want it to be spectacular (but frankly staying in the realm of normalcy.)
=== BONUS ADVICE FOR WOMEN ================
Here's one way to keep scammers and perverts away - ask their opinion.
Send them a message like:
"What's your opinion about men asking women they meet on dating sites for money? What's your opinion about how quickly men should be asking women for sex? Should they ever? How does that work with you? Have you ever asked someone for anything intimate on the first date ... or even when you first meet them? What's your opinion on me bringing a friend to our first few meetings?"
What are they going to do?… Create some sophisticated lie and I expect that you won't call them on it? Nonsense.
Men who aren't scammers or perverts will simply have no problem telling you all the ways they agree with your complaint.
I've been told this is a smart strategy and I hope you share it.