What is truly important and what we need can easily become obscured by what we think we want. We crave sensations and self-enhancement rather than searching for someone to love, who will in turn love us for who we really are.I'm looking for substance rather than style - someone with a good sense of humor, a desire for family orientation, and genuine day-to-day companionship. You know that chemistry doesn't ignite because someone is outrageously sexy, but rather, because of how open, alive, and expressive someone is. You recognize that posing or performing is the quickest way to become a bore.The next time you're with that 'special' someone, ask yourself these questions: Do I have a good time with this person? Do they care about me? Can I share my deeper fears and anxieties as well as my triumphs with them? Can I trust them? Can we be gentle and tender lovers as well as friends? Do we really know each other? These things will become apparent soon enough, provided we don't deceive ourselves and are open to seeing them.I am delighted and very excited with your re-contact to my initial introduction. I wish, that you will sparkle for me with your happy smile and eyes and that you will enjoy the further correspondence with me, as much as I will, in order that we may get acquainted with each other.