I just about give up. Match is not working out so I'm again thinking jdate.
I grew up in NYC and never dated a Jew. How's that possible? It just worked out that way and obviously didn't work out.. :) So here I am trying to navigate the waters.
I'm not into the cliche' wording to describe me or what I'm looking for. Dad to my two young children.
I'm convinced life & love can be fun and meaningful, post divorce. The last few years were rough! I put my best friend to rest, Marley, my 12 yr old Lab in July. :(
Let's be honest about contacting each other. It starts with the LOOK then simply Yes/No or maybe. How odd.
Me: Professional, Funny (I think so), Analytical, Emotional, Ethical (some say to a fault on all). I look younger than my age (except for the bald spot). I drive a 2011 Accord no sports cars or fast bikes. I love music, but dancing is not my thing. I'm into movies that make you think or laugh. I'm a sports guy so you must like hanging out to watch a game or be OK with my love of sports. I'll brag about my cooking if given the chance. :) Coffee is my career so you must love fresh roasted beans. New Yorker at heart so must love the Big Apple.
My Ideal night is socializing with friends, grilling and a bottle or two of wine all year round. If you want to go out on the town often to be noticed then look elsewhere. Not me at 45.
You: Articulate, honest, attractive and must be able to communicate. What you're thinking is what matters and I want to know. Likewise, I'll let you know what's on my mind. No Introverts for me. Must have a positive attitude and be genuine. If you need an hour to get ready to go to target....No. If you stay up till 1a...No. If you appreciate the moment, nature, simple pleasures....Yes.
I believe in truth over creativity. I'm 5'7 & 3/4" and fit for 45 but no stud. :) Dog Lover and Cat Allergic. I like to breathe but can cope if you're worth it..
I'm divorced from a women who is a great Mother and we had a 10 year marriage of trying to make it work. In retrospect, we never should have said, "I do". That's my story.