58 • Hickory, North Carolina, United States
Male / Divorced / ID: 2438171
Seeking Female 26 - 66 living in Japan For: Friendship, Romance / Dating
Last active: over 12 months ago
Other, Antiques, Art / Painting, Astrology, Beach / Parks, Board / Card Games, Camping / Nature, Computers / Internet, Concerts / Live Music, Cooking / Food and Wine, Crafts, Dancing, Dining Out, Dinner Parties, Education, Family, Home Improvement, Karaoke / Sing-along, Library, Music (Listening), Music (Playing), Meditation, Movies / Cinema, News / Politics, Philosophy / Spirituality, Photography, Poetry, Reading, Science and Technology, Shopping, Social Causes / Activism, Theatre, Traveling, TV: Educational / News, TV: Entertainment, Volunteering, Writing
Other, American, French, Seafood, Greek, Indian, South American, Italian, Southwestern, Chinese / Dim Sum, Japanese / Sushi, Thai, Deli, Korean, Vegetarian / Organic, Mediterranean, Vegan, Mexican, Vietnamese
Other, Alternative, Classical / Opera, Country / Folk, Dance / Techno, Jazz / Blues, New Age, Pop, Reggae, R'n'B / Hip Hop, Rock, Soft Rock, World
Other, Bowling, Cycling, Golf, Hiking, Pool / Billards, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis / Badminton, Volleyball, Walking, Yoga / Pilates
HALLMARK HALL OF FAME Movies ("What the Deaf Man Heard", "Scarlet Pimpernel"), ROM COMs, many DOCs, BIOs, heart-warming, inspiring fare
I could narrow it down to the top 50 for you... = grin = Some that stick out in my mind off-hand... TRANSLUCENT REVOLUTION, ACROSS TIME AND DEATH (Bio), SCIENCE OF MIND, etc. etc. Mostly personal growth, bios, much non-fiction. If traveling alone...I enjoy doing listening to audio books for fiction sometimes on long road-trips...in bite-size pieces... between great music which is the most important companion for such events...other than the biggest blissing-blessing--a beautiful heart-and-soul-mate.
I'm fish-etarian, mostly...with occasional dips into "happy" chicken...not big on cows...even happy ones...and no pork. Big on healthy eating, overall. Whole grains, much "lighter" fare...as long as I can get the protein need taken care of which I tend to do better to get more of, it seems...as long as it's "lighter" (more easily-digested) protein.
Japanese food is likely my best "soul food" although I have some American favorites...and many other Asian favorites.