Hi I’m Walt, I am I think panromantic. I am a native Oregonian for 58 years. I love being in the tall timber but I’ve found it more pleasant with the cooler temperatures on the coast. I spent most of my life in the foothills of Mt Hood though I liked the wide open sky of central Oregon too.
I am medically retired and like to fish on the local lakes. I am enjoying living in a small coastal town now. I like parking by the jetty watching the surf and boats going in and out of the bay. No matter what it’s all about relaxing.
I’d like to find a best friend to share life’s moments with. View my profile, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I’m Walt. 🙂
Hi, I think platonic love means to actually love and respect the other person in a deeper way obviously than a casual friendship. In the sense that you not only have a bond but something that you would want to do whatever it takes for that person. You are intune with each other’s feelings and emotions. You want what’s best for that relationship to grow and nurture it, you want to please and do things together.
And if things become physical there is a limit, a boundary that keeps it platonic.
I don’t want sex only a deep friendship/relationship built on trust and honesty. Sure I want to have everything else but not sex.
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