Want to live the best possible life and be cared for in special ways? Find yourself an older man and savor every day.
While everyone is looking for youth these days, give me an older guy. There’s so much more richness, understanding, knowledge and depth to someone who has lived life a little longer, savored it, and then is able to share it in a multitude of ways. I’ve been married to one of them for 24 years, if that doesn’t give me authority. More than that, I know a lot of these older guys; and they are truly wonderful folk. So listen up girls, here’s your chance for a relationship that you’ll relish.
Older men usually don’t give in to the hustle. Sure there are those who are out on that mid-life crisis binge, the adolescents who didn’t have enough adolescence and need to continue the drama. But those guys are easy to spot, so just plain stay away from the group. Most older men aren’t like that anyway. The older man wants that walk in the moonlight, the hand holding, the long, slow kisses, the soft music, the candle light dinners and the whole enchilada. The older man will bring flowers, candy, remember birthdays and court, if not on the knees literally certainly emotionally and plenty.
Wondering about good it can get at those special moments that Cialis commercials describe. Most older guys get it without it, but even those with the little pills make your heart sing in the sack. That long, slow, easy, gentle, understanding approach that picks you up in the daytime will be the warm covers at night.
Want to live sublimely into old age? Share it with an older man. Laugh at corny jokes. Watch television into the wee hours, and fall asleep in front of it, with the cat on both pairs of feet. Eat popcorn. Share slippers. Laugh at lines and think them like badges of merit worn on the face so that everyone knows you lived fully and richly. Older men have those lines, deeply etched into neck and brows and cheeks that like a Renaissance portrait take good looks and transform them into an elegance profound.
Now here’s my best advice. If you don’t have an older man, go get one. And if you have one, keep him. Because, as that old song says, those good ones are hard to find.