I once saw a woman driving behind me in the Wendy’s drive-through. Of course I knew nothing about her, whether she was annoying or funny, rigid or forgiving, nurturing or destructive. I only knew that she was very pretty and that she hadn’t driven to Wendy’s to be bothered by me.
Then I started to wonder: What if she’s had many of the same problems I’ve had? What if she has been single and lonely for years? What if all her old friends are too busy for her or have moved out of state? What if every guy at her workplace is already married? What if she has no other way to meet people? What if she goes out in public in the desperate hope that someone will stop to talk to her? What if we were very compatible? By the time I had considered these questions, the moment was gone. It was too late. I didn’t want to make the same mistake with you. I know that chances are we aren’t compatible, but if we never hang out, we’ll never know.
I’m the most interesting guy I know. I write fiction and non-fiction. I have published two books and I am currently writing four more. I draw alien creatures. I like to explore parks and follow trails. I like art museums. I like pizza. I like sushi. I have memorized pi to 56 digits. I grew up in New Hampshire and briefly lived in Rhode Island. I’ve been watching Doctor Who since 1989 and in spite of all its flaws it is still my favorite show.
I have big projects planned for the next couple of years and every great man needs a great woman, both to support him and to keep his ego in check. Give me a call.