My 20's were adventurous and filled with travel, romance, music and few responsibilities. My life felt lighter than air. Then I married and spent the next 27 years having little time for much except work and family. They were wonderful years and i don't regret them. My 2 sons are now in their 20's and are having their own adventures.I love them and they are definitely my best work. My wife and I have since amicably but permanently separated, the better for each of us to explore what life still has to offer.
I enjoy my job and go to work every day but the time has come to do more of the things I love. I'm crazy about music and play some guitar and write songs mostly nobody hears. it's just a passionate hobby and I know I better keep my day job. I love art and museums, theater, traveling anywhere, hiking, camping, running or just hanging out and reading or working in my garden. I believe in life-long learning and personal development. I'm grateful when friends pull me out of my comfort zone once in a while and I experience something new.
I find that as I've grown older that I'm more comfortable in my own skin and my priorities are clearer. I have many faults (my Ex could give you a long list) but hopefully I have enough qualities to balance them out. My friends and co-workers tell me I'm mellow and funny but you'd have to judge for yourself.
I'm looking for a partner in crime (minus the crime) to share the fun, joys and sorrows to come. Honesty, a kind heart and compassionate spirit are what's important to me. everything else is secondary. A few common interests and a sense of humor wouldn't hurt. That's a little much to start off with, isn't it? I guess first I'm just looking for a friend to do things with and have some fun. That would already be a lot and then who knows?