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Last Login: Nov 29, 2013
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I am a warm and bubbly person who enjoys a good conversation and loves a variety of things even though I am very feminine. If you're interested in humor, art, baseball, opera, camping, jumping in the car at seconds notice to drive places you've never seen--or want to see all over again--then I'm some you'd want to spend time with. I enjoy the finer things of life, but I'm not afraid of being in the dirt and having a good time.
Well, growing up I used to believe in that Prince Charming thing. I know he doesn't really exist, but it has kind of been ingrained on me that maybe there is someone out there that is sort of like him. You know, great manners, kindness, valor.....I am looking for someone who is also sincere, honest, and fun loving. Must be sensitive, confident, masculine, romantic, take the lead type Catholic gentleman who wants to be friends and maybe have a committed relationship down the line. Must love dogs,cats, & children...must have a passion for life.
God Bless and Good Luck in your search! Hope you meet someone special and enjoy Mingle!
|Location||Inland Empire, CA, USA|
|Height||5' 4" (162 cm)|
|Build||I should maybe lose a few|
|Relationship Status||Single - never been married|
|Religious Importance||It is somewhat important|
|Religious Activity||Mass every Sunday|
|Field of Work||Healthcare|
|Ethnicity||Caucasian / White, Other|
|Music||Blues, Classical, Classic Rock, Contemporary, Country/Western, Dance/Disco, Folk, Gospel, Hip Hop/Rap, Jazz, Movie Soundtracks, Oldies, Pop/Top 40, Gospel/Religious Music, Rock n Roll, Soft Rock|
|Movie||Action/Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Musical, Mystery, Romance, Suspense/Thriller|
|Favorite movies and actors||Gone with the Wind|
|Favorite TV shows||Gray's Anatomy|
|Outdoor activity||Automobiles/Motorcycles, Birdwatching, Camping/Hiking/Fishing, Gardening, Horseback riding, Photography, Sailing, Snow Skiing/Snowboarding, Sunbathing, Swimming, Traveling/Sightseeing|
|Indoor activity||Art, Clubs, Cars, Charity/Volunteering, Computers, Cooking/Culinary arts, Dancing, Games, Movies/TV, Music, Opera/Theater, Reading, Restaurants|
|Food||American, Barbeque, South American, Cajun/Southern, Caribbean/Cuban, Chinese, European, French, German, Greek, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Jewish/Kosher, Korean, Mediterranean, Mexican, Persian, Seafood, Southwestern, Spanish, Thai, Vegetarian/Vegan, Vietnamese|
|Timeliness||I am usually a little late|
|As for fashion||I'm a somewhat fashionable person|
Well, coffee or lunch might be nice. Then depending on how things go and how well we hit it off, maybe our next date we can do something a little different.
That being in a relationship is very hard work, and both people must strive to achieve a healthy balance. But I have also learned that there comes a point when you need to walk away. Sometimes no matter how much you love someone it isn't worth the sacrifice of making yourself miserable if the situation isn't a good one.
I am a cradle Catholic, and the church has been thru some pretty shocking things in the past few years. Being Catholic means having a relationship with God. The sacraments. History. I do think, however, we may be relying too much on the faults of men and not enough on God--considering what's going on with the Church.
I think relocating is in my cards. Life in southern California is hectic and I want something different now. Too many people in a small amount of space that is getting smaller by the minute.
I would like to start my own business, travel the world, find the cure for cancer, discover life in the universe, become president... Who says life has to be boring?
I could no sooner pick a favorite star in the heavens--as long as it doesn't go on and on about who begot whom.
"I may be no better, but at least I am different." -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau