81Adelaide, Australia
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My self-summary
I am Australian, so I speak English with an Australian accent. This might be a bit of a problem for you if English is nor your first language - unless you're German. I have many German friends, mostly couples, and they seem to be able to pick up the Australians' nuances, terminology and humour of this country better than even a lot of English speakers.
I am a polyamster; a would-be active member of a married (or otherwise tied) couple with a celibate partner. We have been together for nearly forty years, and that's not something you throw away lightly, so we took on polyamory as a lifestyle, allowing each of us to form partnerships with others without spoiling our relationship.
That's why I'm here, effectively. I would like to have a sex life again, if I can find someone who is in a similar position to me, and would like a friend with an occasional benefit.
What I’m doing with my life
We are Property Minders in all the Australian States except (at the moment) Tasmania because of the expense getting down there. We call it that to distinguish it from house sitting, as we provide our own accommodation, and don't live in the house.
What we get from the owners is a potable water supply, a power connection (to back-up our solar panels, and the use of the ablutions.
In exchange, we provide a presence on the farm of propery, and attend to pets, and garden
I’m really good at
Being a friend, and lots of other things
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I have a Kindle, as does my wife, so we have the capacity to have very many books - and we use it.
ur lifestyle precludes much in the way of movies, shows and the like, so we read a lot, and publish a monthly Newsletter.
Music - mainly classical and early Jazz. I was a drummer for years, and also played trombone.
I'll eat anything 3xcept shellfish (which I consider"bait"), And my wife is currently voluntarily an a gluten free regime, but otherwise easy to cater for.
We both cook, and are partial to Thai foods and cooking methods, but not exclusively, by any means.
Six things I could never do without
The Grey Nomads lifestyle makes you subject to change in a lot of ways, so we learn to substitute. There is probably nothing we cannot "do without" for a time.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Our next "job", what it will entail, and how do we make friends with the charges, to keep them happy with the temporary change of people. I also think a lot about who you are, and will we get along , and intangible things like that
On a typical Friday night I am
Doing what I do every night . . . .
You should message me if
- you would like a carefree relationship without the pain of jealousy, leaving you free to have more than one such relationship in peace and harmony, like we polyamsters do.
- You would like to know what polyamory is,
-you know what polyamory is and would like to discuss it,
- Any other reason, or
- no reason at all.
The two of us