Start Good profiles for internet dating

Good profiles for internet dating

A man that will support me, yet still tell me if I’m wrong and will want me to do the same for him.

If you are at the beginning of your senior dating journey, you probably have several questions. I’d like to tackle the first of these questions – how to write an amazing senior dating profile that get’s you the attention that you deserve.

Am I ready to deal with the emotions that will inevitably come as I get back into the dating game?

I guess my life is kind of like an episode of the Muppet show and I would be gonzo: always on a new quest, pushing my imagination to the limits, and occasionally walking into things.

If your favorite Muppet is Miss Piggy, there is a good chance that we just won’t get along.

I need to meet someone who will introduce me to new things, adore (or put up with) my wacky moods and keep me in line. I’m looking for a guy who likes to plays but can keep it real. I’m looking for a man that is intelligent, funny, handsome, patient, responsible, loyal and that makes me feel safe.

Very important: a guy who’s profile does not include a shirtless photo or a photo of him with his car. I like a guy that will surprise me every now and then.

The man I’m hoping to meet has a laid back attitude but is active and athletic enough to keep up and maybe even give me a run for my money.

That kind of balance along with the positive energy that he surrounds himself with will supply us with endless laughs, adventures, and opportunities to broaden our horizons.

Beyond that, I love the symphony, exploring museums, and quiet nights eating popcorn and watching a good movie.

I am looking for the girl that I can get lost in conversation with just as easily as we can share one of those moments of comfortable silence in each other’s arms. My job is awesome, but I know when I come home that this is where my priorities and true happiness are.

A former corporate gladiator, my smile is most easily found with the wind whizzing past me as I take to the slopes or my bike, or in the hopeful faces of the children I give my time to.