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MARKD46

Denver CO, USA
 
  • Male
  • 65 years old
  • 5' 7" tall
  • About average
  • White/Gray hair - Brown eyes
  • White / Caucasian
  • Social Smoker
  • Financial / Accounting / Real Estate (occupation)
  • Masters (education)
  • I'd rather not say (income)
  • Looking for: Travel Partner, Casual Relationship, Friendship
  • Divorced
  • Has 2 children
  • Jewish (religion)
  • Middle of the Road (political affiliation)
  • pet: Dogs
  • Pueblo, CO (where I grew up)
 
Greeting

A little about me...
I am a responsible individual with a good sense of humor (so I am told). If I exercised as much as I thought about it, I would have Superman's physique, but alas I exercise 2-3 days a week. In a prior life, I lived in Aspen and still love to ski, but I just don't ski much anymore--time constraints. I love to read, particularly biographies and history. My biggest regret is I never took cooking classes because I love to cook (not crazy about the clean up). Music moves me and can make me emotional. Lastly, I am a major animal person. I have three dogs ranging in size from 10-120 lbs--all rescues.

About the one I'm looking for...
I hope to find someone who is satisfied in their life but enjoys going out, seeing plays, and traveling. I hope to share some intimate times as well, as I am not dead (lol) and believe it is still an important aspect of life, albeit not like when I was 40.

I'd just like to add...
If this life has taught me anything, it is that the destination is a hell of a lot less important than the road traveled. Camus described it best in The Myth of Sisyphus--that moment of triumph of pushing the boulder to the top of the mountain only to see it fall back to the bottom is life. We can either accept the absurdity and move on or we are paralyzed and do nothing. I choose moving on, accepting the absurdity and laughing about it.