This male gent is well traveled, mild mannered, divorced, no kids, likes fine wine, dining and oh so much more. I am easy to talk to and always open to a spirited discussion.
I am 62, but look 61, and have a sense of humor, my hair, and all my working parts. I am tolerant, easy to get along with, and like to talk and smile. Women with opinions and ideas are very attractive to me. Good grammar goes straight to my heart and other interesting anatomical regions. The looks of others are not that important to me -- many, many women are attractive who have nothing in common with Angelina Jolie. If you are in your 40's, your frame and body have gotten nicks and dents, just like the men.
Do you believe in FATE? Are we not really responsible for the course our lives take? That it's all pre-destined, written in the stars. Maybe that's why, if you can't even see the stars, your love life tends to feel more random. And even if every woman, every kiss, every heartache is pre-ordered from some cosmic catalogue, can we still take a wrong step and wander off our own personal milky way! I can't help but wonder, can you make a mistake and miss your fate? Maybe our mistakes are what make our fate. Without them what would shape our lives?