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jamie
40 Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
Seeking: Female 19 - 30
Have children: No
Been in Fort Mac almost a year now and like most people here, I have crazy a work schedule. I am an executive chef. Which isn't forgiving on the social aspects of life. So I decided to give online dating a shot. In my spare time I enjoy the outdoors, fishing , camping, and hockey (Leafs). I enjoy entertaining and on rainy days I like just to stay home watch a movie and eat comfy food. I don't dance, more of a balter kind of guy. I prefer good conversation over blasting music.. I am not your typical ``Fort Mac`` guy... I have a degree in carpentry however I chose my passion and zest for the culinary arts over a site job. I was raised in small town and as such I value relationships and experiences over materialistic things...... Things I'd love to do in the next 3 years... Surfing (Barcelona or Nassau), see Dave Matthews live, Skydiving and Swimming with great whites are on the top of my list I would like to find someone who has some common interests, doesn't take things too seriously. A women who enjoys affection (holding hands, forehead kisses, cuddling etc...) Someone I can share my life with...., knows whom they are and love themselves for their qualities and quirks alike.. (I'm a bit quirky) ... I would love to marry one day so I am looking for my best friend and lover .... Dont be shy say Hi! P.S. Raisin cookies that look like chocolate chip cookies is the main reason I have trust issues.... Some things I like Serendipitous momemts Vanilla Closet Taylor Swift fan (ssshhh) Thunderstorms Warm
Daniel
42 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Seeking: Female 20 - 55
Have children: No
Bronzetoy
48 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Seeking: Female 25 - 45
Have children: No
Timing, fate, chemistry; do they really exist or are they reasons we give ourselves for our own failures. There is often talk of chemistry; the spark between two people that drives a desire to physically connect. In order to allow that spark to ignite we need to first be emotionally and mentally willing. Although I believe physical attraction is important, a spark, the butterflies; what happens if you're not emotionally or mentally ready? It's really quite simple, as sex starts in the brain. If our brain is not prepared to go there then we will not feel the Sparks. If there is a mental or emotional block, the sparks will not ignite. There may be chemistry but we block it. So if chemistry is created by thought waves that release chemicals in our brain, mentally and emotionally we still need a willingness to go there. They say timing is everything. ie: he's not ready for relationship, great guy but I'm not ready to go there, we can’t seem to find time to meet. He was a nice guy but I think the timing was off. It is timing everything? Or is it away of masking our emotional unavailability. Because when we are ready to take a risk and make an effort we find time. Fate, destiny, providence, are words to describe circumstances beyond our control. Is fate set by a power greater than ourselves? Or is it simply a readiness of two people in the same place, wanting the same thing at the same time that makes us feel connected to one another. I guess that’s what you call timing! There are many things that are out of our control. I suppose in the grander scheme of things destiny would be one of those. However we need a readiness and willingness to take a risk on love, to embrace our destiny. That is within our control. Perhaps Providence has been laid out before us, but it is up to us to be ready to walk the path. What if you were walking down the street one day and walked right by your soul mate, twin flame, other half. What if you didn't recognize one another simply because your mental and emotional baggage has you blinded? Whether you believe in soul mates or not don't we have a moral obligation to ourselves to learn our life lessons, to free ourselves from the burden of our past; an obligation to ourselves to welcome life and love. When we are free from the past we are able to live in the present! I guess in the end I’d have to say that I do believe in timing, fate and chemistry but the bottom line is if you are not ready chances are it will pass you by without you knowing it was within your grasp! So it won’t matter anyway.

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