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At 64 years of age I can proudly state that I am in absolutely prefect heath. Well that is for except for following: Now the eyes still work for the most part. though I do wear glasses. However that wouldn't be necessary if everyone would quit using small and fuzzy print when writing things like books, assembly directions and highway signs. Besides that just gives me one more reason to sit close to you and hold your hand. My hearing, well now that's a bit different. ROCK & ROLL!!!!!, the 1970s and headphones. Nuf said. Oh there is one thing though. When whispering sweet nothings into my ears you may have better luck with sign language. At a high school reunion I noticed how many of my buds had lost a majority or even all of their hair. Those with hair were totally grey. While I now am starting to show a bit of thinning on the ole top knot, there's still plenty to run your fingers through. Meanwhile each passing year results in more salt in the salt and pepper mixture but there's still more pepper than salt. Perfect for the low sodium diet yet still plenty of spice. When it comes to my blood pressure doc says I'm pretty close to spot on. Though just to make sure all stays good I take a pill for that. May have to increase the dosage after our first date. As far as the ole prostate goes just look up what is typical for a 64 year old male. While you are doing your research maybe you can tell me why I have seasonal allergies year around. Also allergic to cats and dogs. Who cares? Not me. Got to have them. Elm trees makes me sneeze and pollen can bring me to my knees. Meanwhile cows make me wheeze. Believe it or not wheat, the plant not the products, could cause my eyes to water. Makes me wonder what would happen if I had a yeast infection. So I guess in the long run I'll be okay as long as I'm not chased across a wheat field by a dog and a cat and then up an elm tree where I'd would find a cow and of course in accordance with tradition I would be compelled to lick said cow's back. Whew! That was a long sentence. Where's my asthma inhaler. Now let's get to the fun stuff. Marijuana. I have a prescription for and do use Medical Marijuana. Okay. You busted me. Not every puff of Mary Jane is for medicinal purposes. However it is used as an effective pain management tool for a condition called Charcot-Marie-Tooth. No. It has nothing to do with teeth. Though it did give me some pretty gnarly feet. Eventually my feet became unusable as far as standing. So instead of doing all my work and chores on my feet I now use an electric scooter. Now this babe magnet's got 3 on the floor. But all 3 of those wheels stay on the floor...well most of the time anyway. Now I don't have any known cancers. Nor am I diabetic and my cholesterol numbers are way groovy. For the most part I'm not too atheistically challenged. But you should know this about my health. I have a serious heart condition. It always beats better when it does so in unison with the heart of someone else. Do you have the cure for me?

When it comes to hobbies I like photography. Especially like nature pictures. Hummingbirds are one favorite subject. Other birds and bugs also catch my eye. I use to play backgammon and was fairly good at it. My chance of Olympic Gold in the sport was squashed by the USA boycott of the 1980 Games.

When it comes to TV I watch it when there's nothing else to do. I use to watch almost every sporting event I could come across. Even curling. Now days though I still like NFL football...Go Chiefs! Maybe playoff games in baseball. However I'm far from a crazed fanatic. When my team loses I don't get all bummed out. Besides, I'd much rather spend time with you. Talking...maybe holding hands while looking at the stars...maybe...?

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My Life With A Disability

Are you interested in dating or making new friends? You can select both if you like.Dating
Do you play any sports?Yes
If yes, what kind of sport?NFL
Is this your first time using a dating site that's dedicated to the Disabled singles community?Yes
Have you ever dated another person with a disability?Yes


EthnicityCaucasian / White
National heritageFrench
Height6' 1" (185 cm)
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorSalt and pepper
Hair LengthShort
Facial HairGoatee
Best featureEyes
Body ArtNone
My AttractivenessAttractive


Relationship StatusWidowed
Has childrenNo children
Wants kidsNo
Living ArrangementsWith pet(s)
Wants to RelocateNo
Have PetsCat, Dog
Has a carYes

Education & Employment

EducationUniversity Bachelors
SpecialtyEntertainment / Media
Employment StatusWork At Home
Job TitleHound Handler

Leisure & Fun

TV preferencesNews, Documentaries, Movies, Sports, Re-runs
Favorite TV showsImpossible Engineering...The Closer...Rockford Files...McCleod...Burn Notice
Favorite movies typesAction, Comedy, Romance, Documentary, I'm a movie actor
Favorite moviesI don't do tear jerkers. I may quickly bore of a flick if it s poorly written, directed or is poorly acted.
Music typesCountry, Rock, Classical, Jazz, Latin, Reggae, Folk
Favorite artistsStyx...Mozart...Beethoven...Johnny Cash...and my latest discovery, The Dead South (They are awesome)
Reading selectionNews, Ancient, Auto-biography, Biography, Fiction, History, Humor, Poetry, Science, I'm an author
Favorite booksI like Edgar Alan Poe.
Idea of funWorking with photography. Love the outdoors especially in the country.


DrinkingLight / social drinker
Social behaviorShy
Friends describe asGoofy
In High School I was a(n)Average Joe
Sense of humorClever
My great timeGoing shopping, Staying at home, Trying new things, Relaxing, Going to a concert, Going to a museum
Always wanted to try...being rich.


Political viewsLiberal

Looking For

Must haveIntelligence, Good Looks, Humor, Great skills, Empathy, Sensitivity, Boldness, Oddities, Spontaneity, Flirtatiousness, Wit, Thoughtfulness
Look for in a partnerSincerity...loyalty.
On the first datePerhaps a quiet restaurant where we could talk and get to know each other. Or maybe we could wonder through the shopping mall. The destination would only be as important as the journey.