I've reached the point where I have the means and the will to sample the varieties of life. Commitment-wise, I'm pretty casual... but if it becomes serious later on, I won't complain. I like my partners to be honest. Everything else flows from there. I get along best with people who are always looking for new people, places and experiences. I want to stop being the "nice guy" and let my Id play for awhile. I look forward to setting up our first rendezvous. I'm not changing my life, I'm celebrating it by moving on to bigger and better things.
I have a daughter who is graduating high school this year and I'm a good father. This also gives me a great deal of flexibility in terms of where I can live and work. In the next year she will be going to college and my company has offices everywhere, so I can relocate pretty much anywhere.
At this point in my life I want to turn my attention on myself and on my friends. I am looking for a new experiences and new friends to share them with. And perhaps one special person who captures my focus in all those moments when I'm not occupied with work or volunteering.
I'm a foodie and always gravitate to the most unique or odd choice on a menu. I love to taste new dishes and sample what a kitchen dares to offer.
At work I've recently been promoted into management and that's working well for me. During evening at home I play board games, read books, watch tv, watch movies, play video games, or just meditate. There isn't really much rhyme or reason to it. The question is how to unwind from the day's work and prepare for what's next.
If you are still here and curious about the tagline - it is a poem by William Butler Yeats
Wine comes in at the mouth
And love comes in at the eye;
That's all we shall know for truth
Before we grow old and die.
I lift the glass to my mouth,
I look at you, and I sigh.