The evolution of Matthew – yup, this is me

It started out so innocently. I was born blond, went brunette, and now am blond and grey (silver and gold!)
Me as a precocious teenager
Hanging out on beaches in the 1990s
That brief period in the 2000s when I had a goatee
Settling into my blond/grey haired years like 10 years ago, pictured here with US Representative Chellie Pingree and her daughter, Hannah, Speaker of the Maine House of Representatives
What I look like these days except this was just a temporary “louche” look and the soul patch under the lip is gone and the handlebar stache is now just a regular above the lip stache. What you don’t see is that I’m in really good shape with muscular & furry legs, hot ass, forearms of steel, and a belly that at least is lean even if it has zero definition. Maybe this summer I’ll take some more photos. Not particularly fond of taking photos as my facial expression always seems to come out silly or awkward. Anyway, you get an idea of what I look like. Mystery over.

11 thoughts on “The evolution of Matthew – yup, this is me

  1. THANKS FOR revealing the mystery. You are indeed dreamy, Matthew. Just the word “lumberjack” already fostered a mad crush… in addition to your savvy and smarts on the site here… but now I’m truly seriously crushing on you… even if you didn’t have a zero fat belly! This made my day… fun! …since you’re already part of my daily morning routine. Thanks again!

    • Yeah, there aren’t many Ivy League educated gay lumberjacks out there as I’ve found out. And I wouldn’t say ZERO belly fat, but close to it – I eat well and burn a lot of calories at work but I don’t tone muscles at a gym or anything.

  2. Well, if it is true that the eyes are the mirror of the soul, then the ones that your soul met should consider themselves lucky. Thank you Matt for sharing these pictures.

  3. Matthew,

    Yayyy!!!! Wow!!!!! The BEST blog post ever! You are absolutely handsome at any age! HOT!

    Hope you visit LA or San Francisco in the future as I’m between both cities these days. Let go for drinks or dinner!

    Thank you for all the work you do with your blogs.

    All the best,

    Leo Medeiros

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    • Thanks, Leo, for the compliment and the invitation! Staying super active is apparently a great way to keep that “timeless beauty” going for as long as possible. Glad you’re enjoying this site. Shoot me an email when you have a chance.

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