Dan White , 45,
Male seeking Female,
More About MeI will try to tell you about myself, I am 44 years old, brown Eyes, black hair with grey, around 6 ft. tall. I have 2 children, one 18 who will be attending college in the fall and one 12 soon to be 13 years old daughter. I am divorced and have 50% custody with my daughter. My children will always come first, I love them. I stayed in my marriage for an additional 10 years because of my children, and I spend a lot of money on their education, which is very important to me. I find myself in the middle of my life, single for really the first time in over 26 years. And I am actually very happy about it. I am looking forward to meeting new people and stretching out my wings, and trying to just enjoy myself for now. I am doing things that I never could do before, because of my responsibilities that I no longer have, I am looking into joining an adult softball team, maybe a bowling league, my relationship with my daughter has never been stronger, and I get along fairly well with the ex.
Hobbies / Interests / Activitiesfooball, Bowling, Soft Ball
Who I Would Like to MeetI dont like games, I am looking for a mature woman, Someone who really wants to have a serious relationship.. I'm sure others say this, but I mean it. I want a woman, that wants to be treated like a lady, who doesn't get upset when a man opens the door for them, and tries to treat them as I would treat my mother. nnI want an adult who is willing to be mature and be of substance. I really don't care what you look like, I care what you standd for.
Favorite Music80 Music
Favorite Moviesscience fiction
Favorite QuotesHere’s a bumper sticker I’d like to see: “We are the proud parents of a child who’s self-esteem is sufficient that he doesn’t need us promoting his minor scholastic achievements on the back of our car.” George Carlin
Where You Were RaisedNew Jersey
Favorite FoodZuppa De Peche
Friday or Saturday Nights ICoffee Shop, Movie theater, Home, Friends house, Bowling
Life GoalsSuccess is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts