A little about me...
So what am I looking for? That is really the question for all of us, isn't it? Well, I am hesitant to put what I am looking for into words, because if I find that woman who knocks my socks off, but isn't exactly like the person I described, does that mean I should disregard the otherwise awesome woman in front of me and continue looking? I know the perfect woman doesn't exist; I myself am pretty far from being the perfect man. I once read this bit of wisdom above a urinal in the mens' room at a bar: "Not matter how wonderful she seems, somewhere there is a man who can't stand her." Women probably have something similar about men stenciled on the door of every stall in every ladies' room everywhere in the world. That being said, I figure I would like to end up with someone fun, healthy, good natured, with a good sense of humor, can carry a conversation, is curious about the world, and who can put up with me.
I have a serious green thumb, but I don't like most of the stuff I grow. I mean seriously, who wants to eat radishes? I do like watching the green shoots head for the sky. That part is fun. And I like to read in the shade of something I planted. And watching birds at the feeder. I am not wild about the rabbits.
About the one I'm looking for...
I would like to meet someone older, who does not want any more children, who is very neat, with nice nails, who loves spirited conversation, and loves to chat.
I'd just like to add...
Please be interested in classic movies, some sports, walking outside once in a while, without necessarily being a fanatic about, because I'm not!
And what is with all the lookie lookie no talkie?
Q. Do you enjoy cooking?
A. I have to cook
Q. How patient do you consider yourself?
A. Very patient
Q. Are you romantic?
A. Very romantic
Q. How punctual are you typically?
A. Often early
Q. Do you enjoy going to the movies?
A. Enjoy it
Q. How much do you enjoy going to live theatre?
A. Not really keen
Q. How much do you like reading?
A. I love it
My Top Interests:
Life was better when everyone looked sharp and the men all wore ties
Religion and Spirituality
It is the reason we are here
I do love baseball. Nothing like a summer evening with baseball on the radio