I realized recently that my profile sounds pretty much like everybody else's, so I'm going to go out on a limb.
What Kind Of Guy Am I?
My female friends describe me as a "great guy", "charming", "funny". And these things are great and I appreciate them. But who am I? I'm an average looking guy with really pretty blue eyes who tries to stay healthy and in shape. I go to the gym as much as I can depending on work and social schedules. I have great friends and family, a full life and alot of happiness. I like my job and love my career field. I'm financially stable, own a home, have a car that runs, a beautiful, smart and married daughter and a dog. I throw two big parties a year. I love being the host.
What Am I Looking For?
A woman who is happy, emotionally stable, has a job, dreams, ambitions and a sense of humor. Love who you are and don't be afraid to accept or show affection. Like to hike, travel, see movies, TALK. There's more, but really what every one of us is looking for in a romantic partner. I'm not a Bad Boy. Loving parents and positive influences in my life kind of precluded that role for me. Can't help you there. If you're still working out your Bad Boy fantasies at this age, I'm definitely not the guy for you. Be intelligent, reliable, honest and open to new things. I've thought about this a lot lately. Yes, I appreciate your "slender", "athletic & toned" or "about average" body; however, I want to look into your eyes and know that I trust you with my life, that you will be there when I need you, that I can kiss you and say "Take the kids and fight your way out of the city. I'll see you soon." and you are enough of a fighter to accomplish this.
But What Can I Do For You?
I will listen to you and your thoughts and feeling. If you come to me with a problem, we'll figure it out together. If you call/text me in the middle of the night because you're lonely/can't sleep/scared, I'll talk/text with you. I won't ogle women in front of you. Although, sitting in a bar and people watching (and speculating on their life stories) is always kind of fun. I'll hold your hand in public. I won't blow you off for my friends. You don't have to worry about me plotting ways to have sex with your friends/co-workers/sister/mom/cousins. I don't roll like that. If your car breaks down,...I'll help you get it to the shop. I'm not a mechanic. Sorry. I'll remember your birthday. I'll give you flowers for no reason. I'll cook for you (not a slavey thing. I just like to cook). We'll run around like twelve year olds at Disneyland. I'll never treat you like you don't matter.
What Don't I Want?
If you suffer from psychosis, Borderline Personality Disorder, severe nymphomania (I can keep up, but I don't share), alcoholism, drug addiction, wandering eye syndrome, are verbally/physically abusive or crazy (not in a good way), please don't contact me. I wish you the best in handling your issues, but I can't help you.
It's hard to find "The One" in this world. If you think about it, the majority of dates that one goes on with different people aren't going to really lead to a long-term romantic relationship. I've started to look at it this way: Maybe, I'll find my new hiking buddy. Or my new movie buddy. Or a dinner companion. Or the Love of my life. Boundless hope is never a bad thing.