Hey there Sunshine...thanks for checking me out!
My friends often describe me as 'solid'. I'm pretty much game for anything. I stay in shape and eat right but can indulge a Taco Tuesday every now and again. I like to read and consider myself mildly intelligent, but have my blond moments. Some people might call me resilient, caring, compassionate, committed, passionate, silly, nerdy, laid back, somewhat cultured, and innocently inappropriate at times. Other people might call me other things, but I usually ignore them.
I can be a rascal, can keep a secret, am a good listener, a loud laugher, a wise counselor, a bear in the mornings, but am otherwise always of good cheer. I like to keep things light and fun and as simple as possible.
I don't need a relationship to define who I am as a person and have grown to 'know thy self'....which is good because I am everywhere I go! But having a true connection with that someone special makes life even that much sweeter. Being able to share a comfortable, contented silence with you; knowing what you're gonna say next (or vice versa); kissing you awake from a bad dream....all good stuff!
My motto is: Be interested, instead of trying to be interesting.
My favorite words are: kerfuffle, bollocks, sultry, rapscallion, polymorphous, and marinate. I don't know why.
So you made it this far? Cool, so now for what I desire in a woman:
A nice smile, makes funny faces and not always on purpose, has a charming giggle (sense of humor a must), is gracefully klutzy, and has one foot on the ground (I dig the pragmatic daydreamer:). She can take a half day to make up her mind on what shoes to wear or which color toothbrush to buy , but does so in that quirky, sexy, girly kind of way that can drive me crazy and turn me on at the same time. Besides, I need something to tease you about. She calls me excitedly, randomly, and often, to tell me about the cute dog she just saw, or that she got the big salad at lunch. Or both. Maybe she has a cat that sheds, bites, scratches, but that must be my new bestest friend. Or a sister Sue that is 45 and chronically single and giving her 'guy advice'. I am not afraid!
It doesn't really matter because I don't want to constrain myself with what I might 'think' I'm looking for. Sometimes we don't know what we are looking for until we find it. What if there's someone out there so great that the greatness hasn't even entered into my imagination yet? Are you she?
If so, send me a note or a 'wink' or whatever it is you prefer to do, and we can start with a chat....then, who knows??