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And I found mine, time to hide my dating profile on Match.com.

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My kids are grown, I have grandchildren and do not want to co-parent ever again!

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Pirate, I couldn't read your profile. I guess your membership ran out so it's gone. Do you have it written in your computer? I'd love to read it.

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@@Oregondaisy - Hopefully I have found the ONE and I am done with dating and will never EVER have to have another first date/kiss et al. (Yes she is is really that spectacular). ;-)

Here is what I had on my old profile which I took down:

Making meals together is a great metaphor for a great relationship. Its all about the right ingredients, timing, communication and cooperation. If we can cook in the kitchen, we will sizzle in the other rooms of the house. I have a great challenging and fulfilling job. I get to travel and make a difference. I've been enjoying making some positive changes in my lifestyle, eating better and doing 5K's. I even climbed my first Colorado mountain last month. I want to meet someone who is also active, but not someone who only wants to eat twigs and grass. ;-) I have four wonderful kids, three of which have left the nest and one who starts college in two years. She is now driving, which frees things up for dad. I have been divorced over four years, have dated and had a serious relationship which didn't work out, but I still friends with most people I have dated and enjoy getting to know new people. Please do not reach out to me if you not one for touching and kissing. I am not talking about on the first date, but I am serious. I enjoy holding hands, cuddling on the couch, kisses that go on for days. If you think those days are behind you, then we won't be dating for long. I like to help, give little gifts and be the hero who kills the spider. If you are too independent to open your life to someone who wants to share in even mundane tasks, then we are not going to be a good couple. And please make sure all the sticky residue from your past is gone. I didn't date for a year following the divorce to make sure I worked through my issues and I hope you have done the same. Life is adventure and I would love to find that one person who I can't wait to see, who lights up when we are together but is also confident enough to be her own person.

Edited by OKCPirate

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That's a great profile!

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