Single, professional GWM, vers/bttm (I don't top, though). I'm 42, 5'8, 150, slimmer to average build, salt n' pepper hair, blue eyes. Drug and disease free. Single and looking to date.
I'm also open to finding new friends to expand my social circle. I've met a few nice guys on here, but it seems like it's either a romantic connection or nothing. If the romantic chemistry isn't there, I'm open to being friends.
The ultimate goal is a long-term relationship. I know I have what it takes to make one work because I was with the same guy for 13 years. It didn't work out, but it wasn't for my lack of trying. I miss being in a relationship but won't just jump into one to have one. I want to find the right guy. I don't need anyone to complete me.
I'm emotionally and financially stable. I'm looking for someone else who is the same.
Most importantly, I'm self-aware and looking for someone who has that awareness, too.
After dating around a bit, I thought I'd add the following: I'm very independent, so clingy and needy people don't work for me. If you think after a couple weeks I owe you a phone call every single day, we aren't going to work. At the other extreme, men who only want to get together about once every week or two won't work for me. I'm trying to strike that balance. Getting to know someone requires more contact that once every week or two, but I don't want to spend every single day with someone at first either. I have my own life, activities and friends, and I'll continue to have and make time for those when I meet someone.
Active and intellectually curious. I'm a big tennis fan. If you want to talk tennis, I'm your guy!
As for what attracts me physically, I tend to go for the more rugged looking type. Bigger in body size and taller than me is a plus. Hairy chests and facial hair are a big turn on. Basically I tend to go for my opposite. But that's not set in stone. As I get older, I tend to be more and more open to different types.
"People got it all wrong, you know? They say your health is the most important thing. But . . . I can lift this house off the ground. What good is it? Being with someone, sharing, that's what it's all about."
Can anyone guess what movie the above quote is from? I think it's very true.
Say hello and let's see where it goes from there!