Seeking someone to be my friend, my companion, my confidant - someone to laugh with, curl up on the hammock and take a lazy Sunday afternoon nap with - someone who is excited as I am to actually go out do whatever it was we talked about the night before that started with the words “wouldn’t it be crazy to…” someone to share a morning mimosa with watching old movies and talking about the things that you never had anyone to talk to about. Or least something like that - maybe it is someone just like you?
By trade, I'm hard to define, I have a quite diverse career history. I worn suits to work, and I have sweated my ass of in some hard physical jobs that sucked. Mostly, now, I consider myself an artisan. I create things, things I'm proud of, things that make others happy - not the most financially rewarding path I could pursue, however, I make a comfortable wage to live a life I'm quite content with. I find myself much more satisfied to have fewer things and more time to enjoy what I do have - I’ve found a (mostly) happy balance.
It would be fair to call me a pacifist, I detest violence, but, I’m chivalrous enough to understand the need to slay the occasional dragon to keep the land and my queen safe. I don’t hunt, watch sports “stick and ball” sports, I rarely watch television. I like to read when I can, almost never fiction though; technical books, philosophy, spirituality and humor are my standard fare. I like, no… I love to cook, but don’t enjoy cooking for one; so I invite friends over when I want to eat well, but it’s even more rewarding to share that with a special someone. Like riddles? For to tree, to won ate, sixtoo sixate. Or to put it another way. try: "the stealth files" - make the all one word and you could hit me up on that place that rhymes with tea pale
I have no criminal record of any sort, been in jail for some hours twice, both great stories for a first date. I’m open, and honest with people about me and expect the same, that whole “do on to others…” thing. I believe in karma, so I am always careful and respectful of others’ hearts and souls - took me awwhile in my life to learn that, but I learned it well.
A long time ago I was a pretty materialistic person, I wanted it all and acquired a lot of it - again, nothing I’m proud or ashamed of, just part of what got me today. Some years ago, I tired of chasing after more, I took some time to evaluate myself, my life, etc - I even took a bit of a sabbatical of sorts for some much-needed... “spiritual calibration”. Basically, it led to me simplifying my life a lot and gaining appreciation for those proverbial “little things”
I own a modest home that my cat shares with me, I enjoy working on various projects around the home - at least one room always looks like it’s part of an HGTV set...about as quickly as I think I’m “done” I find inspiration for the next project - I do finish these projects, and I like a relatively neat, clutter-free environment to live in.
Physically, I’m a white male, about 6’4” - slender build, blue eyes, slender build, Eat healthier than many, (and a couple days a month WAY worse), enjoy a good craft beer or cocktail occasionally…