I am an average midwestern american man
I am an average midwestern american man in his mid 30's and I love to treat a woman right. It comes from experience, which is 16 years of marriage, and 20 years of being with the same woman!. From earning top wages (working 60 hours+ weekly though) to cleaning the house and taking care of our kids, cooking (yes, I can really COOK), I am extremely good to women. I surprise my woman with flowers often, surprise dinners (she usually picks the place) at very expensive places or simple, quiet walks in the park. I take her to movies, or weekend getaways to Las Vegas. I give her full access to "our family income", even though I earn all of it. We live in a 225k house, drive nice cars. We have two kids playing travel hockey (Yes, it is very expenisive, but nothing is too good for our boys). Our kids are in a top notch school program, and earning straight A's. We were all recently baptized Catholic on Easter. My wife is getting to stay home, but has chosen to go to nursing school, which is awesome. I just finished my masters program (night school while holding down a highly paid management position), so I am educated and hopefully done with education, for awhile anyway. I feel as though I am the ultimate life partner. I always give of myself first. Psst.. I don't like being outdone in the spoiling department. I spoil my woman ridiculous, and I certainly don't mind it being reciprocated. I have done it all, seen it all, at a very young age and you know, I am tired. I worked for it all though. But, I still do it. For what, you wonder? Love ;) It's a GREAT thing and an awesome thing to love, and then be loved in return...In these difficult economic times, I really do have it great. I couldn't have pictured much of anything different. I have a few minor regrets, but I have done what I set out to do since I was a little boy. The moral of the story? Set your mind to something you love and relentlessly pursue it til it's yours. Once you've found it, NEVER take it for granted and NEVER let it go... Life is great. Thanks for reading.