Hello, sweetness. Thank you for stopping by. It's a pleasure to meet you.
About me: I'm a nice guy and an author who writes comedy about dating and relationships. I have a dozen books on Amazon, which some love and some not so much. (*shrug*) I have two cats and zero children. If you have or would like to raise children or dogs, that's lovely--now, move along ... nothing to see here. Keep it moving, people. Thank you. Now, like I was saying, I have no baggage other than tuna-munching balls of fur that sleep all day and wake me up too early on the weekends. I'm well-trained in the fine art of pleasing you, as long as you appreciate it instead of taking advantage of it. I thank my ex-wife (married 13 years and, oddly, I still adore her and consider her my best friend) for house-training me. I'm healthy and fit. I work out five times a week, and play baseball (no, not softball ... perish the thought, silly woman). I have a marketing and IT background, which I use to market my books via social media--yes, , Pinterest, etc. I enjoy fine coffee (Kicking Horse), wine (Silver Oak), movies (Silver Linings Playbook), comedy (Tosh.0), travel (Cabo), and cooking (short rib is in the slow cooker ... smells nice).
About you: You don't make your man your project. He's fine as he is. You're smart, witty, and funny. You don't need my participation in order to enjoy your yoga classes, marathons, and plays. You've learned how to say please and thank you. You keep yourself fit and attractive FOR YOU. You can read my thoughts without being offended, criticizing, or assuming they're always about you. You inspire me with your actions. You love your parents and siblings, and have no jealous, angry exes who will complicate our relationship. You're not concerned with credit scores, fancy cars, and the flattery of young dudes. You complete you--I make you better.
About us: We meet over a beverage of your choice; go through the tedious, yet necessary, interview process; and measure the chemistry. If we lean in toward each other, laugh, smile, and maintain eye contact--regardless of the distraction of other prey--we decide to continue a journey toward the merge. If not, we tap fists, and move on.