A little about me...
I’m a very simple, yet complex, woman who has turned 60 and still wants to find that “special” man to spend the rest of her live caring and sharing with him. I think I want the impossible but maybe you really are out there.
I'm well educated with advanced degrees. Have lived in numerous places from large cities to rural areas and enjoy what both have to offer. Need a little of both to appreciate either. Have been married and widowed so I miss the companionship of someone special as it makes everything better-- even the "low" times. I refuse to settle for less than the best person for me and feeling that I can be my partner's best friend and meet his needs. Only in a relationship does it take going at least 75% by both for it to make a "whole" 100%. Don';t we both deserve to have the best yet to come? Let's see if we can find it together. I love the sea, the mountains, and the prairies as each has it's own special beauty. The right skyline from the top of a building holds its special promise, too. Would like to travel now that I've retired but cherish home with warm fires, a glass of fine wine and fresh bread and cheese , or , perhaps a picnic in the warm sun. Would you care to join me?
About the one I'm looking for...
Do you exist and, if so, where are you hiding? . I think I want the impossible but maybe you really are out there.
I’m looking for a gentleman who is secure in who and what he is, and has become through the years. He exudes a strength that has been tempered by time, but not lost because an easier road was out there that others were taking to get ahead. He chose hard work and honesty to get where he needed to go and to do what he needed to do. He has a zest for life but understands and accepts the limitations that age has placed on all of us. He does not have to have the “trophy” of a very young woman on his arm to define his virility because he knows his character is enough to define him. He has had enough foresight over the years to be emotionally and financially stable as he enters the second half of his life. He has strength of character and a strong work ethic, although he may no longer be able to work 16 hour days and then put in a bout of physical labor at home. Instead, he works smarter, not harder, to accomplish whatever he wishes to accomplish. He is secure enough in
I'd just like to add...
Would relocate for the right person. Distance can be overcome if the relationship is the focus of both parties.Distance should be just a number not a state of mind.
Q. Do you enjoy cooking?
A. I really enjoy cooking
Q. How patient do you consider yourself?
A. Quite patient
Q. Are you romantic?
A. Quite romantic
Q. How punctual are you typically?
A. Always early
Q. Do you enjoy going to the movies?
A. Just OK
Q. How much do you enjoy going to live theatre?
A. Enjoy it
Q. How much do you like reading?
A. I enjoy it