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I love getting to know people and am very observant of other peoples expressions. I am going to spit out the obvious stuff that people say; I am an honest, caring, fun loving, hard working, chivalrous, adventurous, peaceful man. I have a daughter who lives with me who I dote on and love with all...
Houston Buddhist looking for a needle in a haystack. I live on the west side of Houston, I was born in West Virginia, in 1955, but I've been in Houston since 1978. One of the things I really enjoy doing is going out to see live musicians do their thing. Mostly I am into blues and bluesy...
I never know what to put down on these things. I could put down the same generic stuff everyone else puts down or I could just let you mesage me and get to know me for who I really am, besides, you may describe me totally differently than I would describe myself.lol
I enjoy being active. i love to Rollerblade, bike, play hockey, amateur baseball, tennis, cook and bake, host get-together's, watch sports (only my local teams...not into watching other teams play), reading, working out, traveling, and porn (lol, just seeing if your paying attention) I have...
I'm looking for a woman who would like isolated country living in the mountains with modern conveniences. I live with my little buddy Sugar the Lab so you have to like dogs. I like hugs, holding hands, country walks and home made bread.I go to campouts with my RV club. I also travel around on my...
As a middle aged divorcee, I'm at a point in my life where I am looking for that special person once again. After being seperated and now divorced for over two years, I have had time to reflect and reconcile my life. Having done so I'm ready to explore the dating world once again and hopefully...
I came to Buddhism in a strange way. In 1978 I had what Abraham Maslow coined a "peak experience" from that I learned that there are yogi's in India that call the experience "samadhi" and in Japan "satori". That started my curiosity toward Yoga. Then from Yoga it was a natural to become a student...