I am a funny and intelligent individual who is looking for someone I can inspire to laugh and feel alive. My goal is to spend time with someone loves life and loves to show it. I like talking and expressing my feelings about life, and I want to listen to you express yourself about what ever is on your mind. I am a great listener.
I have four children who I love dearly. They are 18, 16, 13, and 9. The oldest is away at college. The two oldest are boys and the two younger are girls. As of right now, I do not have them on set days, but I do things with them on the weekend. They are great kids.
I like to go on long walks and ride my bicycle.My hobbies are reading and listening to music. I have a wonderful collection of CD’s. My music tastes tend to run to the classical, classical rock, and jazz. I like having background music on in the background when I am working or practically doing anything.
I am into doing things that allow interaction between myself and the person I am with. For example, I took my younger kids to a large park where we ran around and climbed on big metal structures versus taking them to the movies. I want to listen to the laugh and giggle like kids do. If you have children, then I want to hear them laugh. We can watch movies at home, and we do that.
I have a Bachelors of Science in Accounting and an MBA. Right now I am working as a salesperson for a communications company selling various wireless technologies. I have almost all of the hospital accounts in the St. Louis area. The hardware I sell is two-way radio systems for businesses.
I am in very good health. I eat smart, and I am fortunate not to have any chronic issues. Being in good health is important to me as it allows me to do what ever I want without restriction. More importantly, I have no complaints.
I believe in God, and I attend Shabbat services on a regular basis. If we become friends, you are welcome to join me, but I am not expecting any companion to change their religious practices for me. You would have to change those for yourself. Shabbat is a special time for prayer and personal reflection. If you decide to join me, I know you would be welcomed by my friends at synagogue and immediately made to feel like you fit. If you already attend a synagogue, I would be open to joining you if you invited me.
I have the best friends. I really mean that. These people have been supportive and provided me with love and fellowship through the difficult time of my divorce.
I have no debt. I spend smart and save when I can. I am not stingy with my money, but I am far from careless. Money does not make me feel powerful, but having a few dollars in the bank makes me feel secure. When the car needs a repair, I always know I can write a check to fix it.
I am very self-sufficient. I can cook, do my laundry, and function very well on my own. I look forward to being able to take care of someone else when the time is right.