Date a soulmate from Sabre Springs, United States. I like to workout, hiking, surfing, watching movies and computers. I romantic night out for me would be dinner then go to watch some live Jazz or to the movies or maybe even a walk on the beach.I would like to meet someone who is into staying in shape. They need to be active, willing to try new things. I want to meet someone who is into hiking, riding bikes, willing to try water sports. Likes to spend a quite evening at home once in a while.
Meet a soulmate from Sabre Springs, United States. I am an easy going, warm, sincere, romantic, and passionate. I am a professional man who believes it's important to separate work and play. Most of my friends say I am youthful, fun, outgoing, a great communicator, and great listener. My family would say I'm trustworthy and loyal. I maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. I love the outdoors and a good workout. I recently moved back to San Diego after living in Dallas for 10 years and AZ the past 2. I respect and embrace people of all cultures and have great respect for women.
I am in search of a woman who is mature and knows what she wants out of life, someone with a low tolerance for drama and games. I am interested in a long term relationship. I am an affectionate man and hope to encounter a woman who is not afraid to show affection. I seek the company of a woman who is similarly passionate, inquisitive, easy going, ambitious, and socially grounded.
Date a soulmate from California, United States. Me, an overview:
Easy decisions: Watching/Listening to PBS over well, just about anything else. Putting on any music over Fox. Cary Grant and Meryl Streep over their contemporaries. Warm chocolate chip cookies and cold milk over the finest pastry. Jeeps over trucks. Wine over beer. Red over white. Great scotch over bourbon. Health and balance over recklessness. Responsibility over fast times. Spinach over broccoli. Saving over consumption. Wicked over Jersey Boys. Walking over running. Asia over Europe. Sense over sensibility. Chemo over going to the beach. The wilderness over the city and the oceans over mountains. Thunderstorms and lightening over foggy mornings. A lab or shep by my feet over small lap dogs. Well-worn jeans and a polo over my finest Brooks Brothers. Gliders over lawn chairs. Six-mile beach hikes over the gym. Affection over restraint. And, never quitting over settling.
Really important things: To be the first person you turn to when the news is great, the first one you turn to when it isnвЂ™t and just the first one you turn to, period. To be able to laugh our asses off, then work through something emotional, then debate something philosophical and then circle back to laughingвЂ¦all while eating our cookies and milk. To know we are fully in each otherвЂ™s corners, come hell or the highest water. To know that I will love and care for your family as you would my own. Wanting trust, warmth and generosity of heart, and promise to give the same in return. Pooling our resources to build a world together and make it be exactly how we want it to be.
Good small things: Eating at MelвЂ™s with my father. The smell of rain and freshly cut grass. The sound of the ocean. My niece and nephews cracking up at things that cracked me up when I was their age. Remembering my great grandmotherвЂ™s simple life and unconditional love. Photographs framed on my dresser.
A few beliefs: вЂњThank YouвЂќ letters are becoming a lost art. Writing is hard, if itвЂ™s good. Movies, on the whole, should be substantially better since the bar is so low.
Some concerns: Roundabouts wonвЂ™t catch on. My built from scratch jeep will never be finished. "The Full Plate Diet" really isn't. That Stephen King will write a short novel. And the needle (you?) is small and the haystack is really, really big.
A momentary lapse of sanity: When I told my brother since I didn't have children of my own I'd like to help with the cost of college for my niece and nephews.
Random confessions: Realizing how many great girls were in my H.S. class. I should have dated more of them.
Parting thought: I hope that we all find the one we are looking for.