Friends gave me a MDC as a gift and said it was time to ‘Get out there’
It’s very strange writing something about me for this type of forum but here is it. If you don’t finish reading you may do disservice to us both.
My approach to you is simple, honest and sincere; I’ll lighten up a bit further down. I am a devoted father of two wonderful boys 10 & 12. My priority is maintaining to raise them, providing a stable and nurturing environment with a strong emphasis on academics. My sons are with me every other week, more or less on occasion. They have a mother close by. I have been married once.
The past 2-3 years has been about restructure in my life. During that period I was oblivious to thinking about dating anyone. It would have been selfish and inappropriate to burden or contaminate someone else’s life with my separation/divorce issues. I did not want to be introduced (well intentioned friends attempted a subtle ‘set up’) or meet someone until my world was tidy. I didn’t realize how long it would take to heal, to become whole so I could give of myself in a sincere and genuine manner. The cynical edge has finally dissipated.
Now…time to lighten up.
According to the “International Bureau of People” I’m a decent looking guy, stand 6’ 2’ about 190lbs. I’m fun, fit and young at heart. I work out regularly, have an athletic back ground and I’m on the go with my boys to all of their sports. More on that if we meet. We also spend plenty of down time vegging out, especially on rainy or foggy days. We live a somewhat ‘casual coastal’ life style, whatever that means.
I’m passionate, confident but not arrogant and have a sense of humor. I laugh at myself; don’t take myself to seriously…unless the IRS shows up…that’s a joke. I appreciate the insight and experience of others, not mindless argument. I’m not afraid to be wrong. I’m not perfect…but pretty tolerable.
I’m comfortable in my own skin that contains a decent, supportive and sensitive person. However don’t confuse me with an emasculated meeker. I am not impressed with materialism, that doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate your tastes, life style or travel experiences.
I’m not a player, but playful with you. We could be pretend players for each other! To stupid? I have cooked, taken care of myself since I was a kid. Taking care of my boys when they’re with me is second nature and a blast. Seems I’m always cooking for all of their friends.They are priority when with me; however that doesn’t mean we wouldn’t do things together. But they have a mom.
Most of my friends are family oriented. I’m the only single parent at adult and youth parties most of the time.
It’s time…here goes… I’m interested in meeting a special person to spend time with, potentially developing into a caring and committed relationship here in San Diego. I have dearly missed the warmth, touch, conversations, dinner, walks, coffee, cuddling on rainy days, shower, breakfast, Sunday papers in bed, summer concerts, out someplace special, put that arm around, laugh and of course love making with a special person. I’ve been told you’re out there.
As much as I miss that special person, I’m not desperate and I don’t think you want a desperate person in your life either.
I’m assuming you have your friends, your family, career, independence, are raising or have raised a family.
Look, I’ve done a lot of babbling. There’s plenty more to talk about if we have coffee, lunch or drink. Hopefully we find each other.