Hi there! I'm new to all of this dating stuff, especially online but I am looking forward to connecting with people who understand what stoma/ostomy life is like and hopefully, help some others who are new to having an ostomy, as I'm now a five year veteran and I understand how hard it is to adjust to the โ€œnew youโ€
I love the simple things in life, like nature, nice walks early in the morning so you can see wildlife in its full beauty. I love animals, more than I do people at times! Oops... Ha ha.
I love to cook, I love good conversation with great company and the odd glass of wine thrown in with it too. I'm also a movie and box sets type of guy, not much of a fan of mainstream TV these days.
I have a very dry sense of humour and it just goes over the heads of most people, which in turn, is quite entertaining in itself, watching those puzzled faces! I also love music of many genres but again, not much of a modern music type and I find myself trawling through old bands that I may have dismissed in the past, in hope of discovering some new tunes.
Well, that's a little bit about me, thank you for taking the time to look in on my profile and I hope to hear from you if anything I've mentioned about myself, has gripped your curiosity, so don't be shy, send a message, I don't bite! ;-)

Have a great day, cherish the important things in life, especially family because our time here is too short to take others for granted.

Stay safe out there! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜ท
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