I am an easy going kind of guy. I enjoy the outdoors as much as possible through out the year. Camping and fishing is usually on the top of list. I hate going camping without someone special to share it with and cuddle up with by the fire. My dream home would be a small house or cabin on a large piece of waterfront property (+200 acres)surrounded by trees and wildlife. I love the peace and tranquility that the wilderness offers.
I am not into booze parties or rock clubs. I sometimes do enjoy heading out to the pub for a few beers, darts or pool. I also enjoy the benefits of cannabis. I am a supporter for the legalization of it. I am a bit of a science follower and love studying the universe and its composition. Particle physics and astophysics are facinating; the study of star and planet formation. Part of my journey to rediscover God. I do enjoy intellectual conversations and discussing the deep things in life.
I like music of all kinds but my state of mind determines what kind. Country music usually means im feeling lonely and wanting female company in my life. Contemporary rock is when im happy in my life and enjoying the company of a good woman.. Gospel sometimes. Radio is tuned into country right now. Is there such thing as a perfect match. Are there soul mates out there. Is there a Mrs Right - idk. I kinda wish there was because i ache for her, need her and desire her.
I am looking for a woman who has passionate needs that need meeting. I love giving massages and flowers and consider myself a romantic. The little things done in relationships mean much. I have been divorced over 7 years now and would love to move on and not be alone anymore. I enjoy intimacy very much and I would like to meet a woman who also enjoys intimacy,affection and who is passionate. I am also attracted to a woman who is slightly reserved yet is not willing to waste time. Life is too short to let opportunities go by. Having said that being friends first is important to me. If this sounds like you or even close to you. I wait to hear from you.
Relationships are hard work. Even if they seem perfect there will always be issues. 10 years of marriage taught me that. Accepting one another for who they are and not condemning their shortcomings. We all have shortcomings.