My friends would describe me as deeply caring, loyal, compassionate & passionate who would do just about anything for them if they asked. Theymight say they love being with me (as I do them) that I'm fun, eclectic with an active mind, an interest in most everything, someone who doesn't just listen, but hears what they & others say, that I think every human being is exquisitely unique with talents, gifts, unlimited potential & a limitless capacity to love & a vulnerability to being hurt and that I never consider others lesser than me or anyone else.
It's still unclear whether one can find the love of their life on this or any other site, but I'm an eternal optimist & a pragmatist as well.
I'm looking for the love of my life where we could tell our kids or family or friends that we first met we looked into eachother's eyes from a deep part of ourselves,that in that rare unguarded moment, our heart opens, emotions override our fears, our heart pounds, we struggle to catch our breath, try to maintain our composure, yet our knees feel weak, & we feel inexpressively moved, touched, and find ourselves feeling a sense that we have found the person we want to spend the rest of our life with, our best friend, our partner, our lover, that person we want to share ourselves with, with our friends, our family, that we so want to share our love with, exploring together in such a way we would see how words can be woefully inadequate, finally realize that heaven exists is real & we're in it, that we have come home & when just being, holding one another is the prelude to life's greatest gift.
I am passionate and caring, supportive and nurturing, intense and grounded. I have two kids who suddenly are not kids at all. Max is 24, Emma 22. I remember my mother often said, "it goes in the blink of an eye". Now I know what she meant. Just yesterday they were toddlers as walking, holding hands past the roar that is Manhattan.
I'm looking to share my life with a woman who is beautiful inside and out, who is bright and eclectic, independent in spirit and mind, someone who believes, perhaps from bitter experience, that the mountaintops are right here in front of us and have been since the beginning of time, that reward is directly related to risk and that 'risk' is the opportunity to take a leap of faith with all of our vulnerability come what may.
After all of that struggle, grace. joy. trust, we somehow have the virtually certainty, that even in the face of overwhelming odds, we will always get to that place we never could have imagined had we not gotten there ourselves.