Wow. Had a message from a married guy who is in an open marriage who
openly, and with her knowledge, cheats on his wife. One of the questions is about morality and whether it's universal or relative. I believe that the term "relative morality" is an oxymoron. Morality is not relative nor is it situational. Immorality is immorality. Marriage vows, in all cases to my knowledge, speak of keeping one's self for your spouse and forsaking all others. Call me old-school, old-fashioned, whatever floats your boat.....but don't call (or message) me. I won't judge you. Please don't judge me. Just move on. That being said, and if you survived my soap box moment, read on.
I've lived a lot of places and found that I prefer the quiet of the country to the bustle of the city. I like being able to see the stars while sitting on my lawn enjoying the cool of the evening although, since moving from Grantsville a year ago, I've found that I can tolerate the city because there's stuff to do!
I have a reasonably good sense of humor, sometimes sarcastic. I like the romance of having an evening out (or in, with a perfect or close to it in my eyes) man and eating a good meal or watching a good movie or just talking and listening to each other.
I have a 22-year-old son who has recently returned to Utah after his service in the Army and he's in the National Guard. I also have a beautiful daughter-in-law and a funny looking little Pug dog.
I'm a big lover of any beach. Give me sand, white or black, and a beautiful sunset and I'm a happy girl. Give me somebody to hold me as the sun races toward it's Green Flash and I'm over the moon. Take care of you and yours......
My family (including my puppy)
My phone (without it I don't know my mom's phone number)
are more private things but is this really the place? You can ask
in person if you are really interested.