It took me some time to catch up with you, but it was probably for the best because I have learned so much and felt my share of pain so much that I now know how to find joy and happiness, and it all starts with keeping it simple.
I am looking for a friendship with light, laughter and life in abundance. A friendship with someone willing to listen and understand, not about the man I used to be, but more about the man I have become.
A friend to me can fill my void, especially in this difficult hour. A friend to me can respect and appreciate my honesty and see me for being more than just another man locked up, but can see me as someone that matters to them.
It’s not just about what a friend can do for me; you’ll be glad to know that I am a good listener, I’m down-to-earth, and easy going. I like to think about other people and make them smile.
I am also proud to say that I am a cancer survivor, and experiencing such a trial in prison really taught me humanity and how to invest in the human spirit in other people.
I have also written a novel about my life growing up in Boston that I hope to see it become a great work one day … and to keep my mind clear and fresh I exercise and jog a lot, that’s why I look younger than 45. I try my hardest to make the best out of every day.
With that said, just know that there is more to me than words, and I am still a work in progress for the best, and hopefully you’re the missing piece to complete me.
If you’re looking for a friend with these qualities and characteristics I look forward to hearing from you soon.