|Age:||65 years and 61 days|
|City:||Wells Branch, USA|
|Marital status:||Never married|
|Registration:||19 June 2008|
|Weight:||92 kg (202 lb)|
|Height:||178 cm (5 ft 10 ins)|
|Job:||Graphic Designer and Signs|
Character in a person is very important. It sets the tone for who we are. The ingredients we cultivate help define our nature. I feel honesty, sincerity, communication, listening and respect are important ingredients in a relationship. Our word is our bond. I don't know how that will translate but hopefully you'll understand what I'm communicating. When we make a commitment it's important to fulfill that intention.
I'm 100% Greek but born in the states. I am actually Greek Orthodox but I'm more spiritual minded than religious. I'm very loyal, have family values and I enjoy an exciting life sometimes with travel and fun things to do.
I went to the number one school in the states for industrial design, also studied graphic design and architecture. As a result, I design graphics and manufacture signs.
It's doesn't seem to show up in my profile that I do not smoke.
I used to raise Arabian horses for over 30 years. I play the guitar, scuba dive, enjoy spending time with friends and family, going out to eat and maybe the theater afterwards. I sometimes trade commodities.
I keep up with the current events that are going on, how to make my company better and how to be a better person by moving beyond my inner mental and emotional conditioning.
Evenings, I often spend listening to music, art, studying or reading.
To want attraction between us goes without saying. It is important to have that feeling of "connection" and a deep caring from the heart. We can talk about what we want as individuals but in the end is it "selfish wants" that are important in love or selflessness? The answer is obvious for a long lasting relationship there must be two people who care enough about the other to give over themselves along with having a forgiving heart (rather than being bitter and resentful).
Being Greek Orthodox, we're passionate people as you are. The need for emotional satisfaction should not be ignored. I find that passion feeds the emotions and adds an important aspect to the relationship.
It is more enjoyable to share experiences with a special partner. Even a simple sunset becomes a dramatic experience when appreciating it together.
Hopefully she sees the value in working together as a team to plan and design the blueprint of our life together. It would be nice to raise a family as well. H
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