Just trying to find someone to share life with. . . . . I'm guess I'm an average guy. Well, not really. I think beyond the normal fold. I believe that life can be like a movie if you want it to be. Sure, I can say all the usual things, but I'll try not to do that. I would rather be honest and real. I like to go for long drives, taking turns on the merry-go-round, watching a good movie on a Saturday night, or going to an opening at a gallery. I'm playful, have a great sense of humor (am I allowed to be the judge of that?) , appreciate the lines of an automobile, and those of the small of the back. I'm a photographer at heart, yet work as a printmaker for other artists, creative and mechanical, all wrapped up in one. I love conversation, deep or silly. I think skipping stones is an art form. I don't mind cleaning the bathroom, or starting your car for you on a cold, wintry morning. I do laundry, but really don't like to fold. I am, at heart, a romantic, still clinging to the belief of holding hands, opening doors, and kissing in public. I say mushy things, because I think them. I'm a Dad and love my kids dearly. They are like air. I'm just a guy, who believes anything is possible, and who thinks that all those great movies came from somewhere. I secretly hope the hair on top of my head will stop thining. Who and what am I looking for? Someone who wants to share their life. I don't mean having separate lives that cross occasionally, but truly sharing. Spending time together because you just can't seem to get enough of each other. Waking up in the morning thinking how great it is to be starting your day with that person, then at night, thanking God for letting you end another day with that person. A sense of humor, taking life at face value and not getting too serious about it. The ability to laugh at yourself. Letting yourself be happy. Understanding that a conversation about politics carries equal weight as one on the social and political ramifications of Chocolate Carmel Galaxy ice cream. Maybe you like roller coasters, a long walk through the woods, or a small town. Long drives, just because we can, counting stars, quoting different movies. Watching a storm and playing in the rain. The thrill of discovering the perfect milk shake. Spending a day talking with different accents. Do you get it? If you have a clue about all this, write to me. I too, am waiting to find that person to fill that one remaining space in my life, like the last piece of the puzzle.