Some of my favorite things? Good conversation; peace; a good laugh; non-judgemental people, walks in the woods, in the desert, or on the beach; people watching; travel to just about anywhere - Hawaii, San Diego, NYC, San Francisco, Scandinavia, Grand Caymans; TV? Don't watch much, but like "The Office" and "Dancing with the Stars. " Movies? Almost anything from"Best in Show" to something Jane Austen"ish. " Music? Live's great. Also, Kenny Loggins; Stevie Wonder; Michael McDonald, Needtobreathe, Derrick Trucks; Aretha Franklin; Third Day (to name a few). Food? Mexican, Pizza, and Jamocha Almond Fudge ice cream, of course.
I like (almost) all things athletic - when I can, I'd rather play than watch. I like motorcycles, boats, or sports cars and going fast; big friendly dogs; holding hands; trying new things; being a steady friend; the sound of my kids voices and laughter and the feeling that comes from knowing they're happy (and am good with knowing that happiness grows out of time and experiences with their Dad, too). Have had to play "dress up" enough to know that I can (dress up) but usually would prefer not to. . . just too much fuss. Oh! I also like learning new things and recently picked up playing the bass (a Fender jazz). What am I looking for? Hmmm. . . NOT looking for Insecurity and lack of integrity - those are hard to take in any relationship, no? . Also not looking for someone to mend my broken heart. . . 'cause (thankfully) my heart's not broken, just humbled and open. I can't say I've been able to really experience it, but I'd cherish the feeling of being able to let my guard all-the-way down and totally trust my partner - knowing that he's 'got my back' like I would have his. Isn't that what best friends do? Ultimately, I'm hoping for a healthy, deeply loving, adult partnership that begins with a solid friendship?with major chemistry and fun : ). My faith is a big part of my life and, hopefully, drives why I do what I do, so commonality in faith, ideally, would be the center. I think it's also important for you to know that, in the meantime, I'm pretty content. As romantic as "you complete me" sounds, I'm already whole. I think two "whole" people makes for a far better, more stable, meaningful, less drama-filled relationship. If the relationship isn't a place of refuge from the ever-increasing craziness/stress of the world then I gotta ask, what's the point?
If you've made it this far. . . wow! I like you already. Thanks for taking the time to read my profile.