I am old enough to be eligible for Silver Sneakers but young enough at heart to enjoy Harry Potter or the Hunger Games.
I am old enough for the early evening specials at local restaurants but financially secure enough that I have choices.
I am old enough to have experienced grief and loss but blessed to have our Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit for eternity even when I slip and fall.
I am old enough to have my working years behind me . Welcome Wagon Hostess, English Teacher, and Elementary Art Teacher.
I can throw a pot, weave a wall hanging, make jewelry, sculpt with clay, paint with watercolors or oils. make a delicious stew, chewy brownies, great chili, creamy potato soup, fry a chicken (now I broil or grill) make a cake, pie or cookies but I do need to work on eating more veggies. I know how to plant a garden but creaky enough to want others to do the bending and lifting.
I know how to live with little and how to live with more.
I am old enough to have accumulated many things but still work on re-purposing them or giving them new homes.
I have many books, now to read the ones I have set aside.
I am patient and encouraging with a generous serving of compassion.
I love and respect the earth and her creatures and have one beautiful Golden Retriever but no cats anymore due to family member's allergies.
I have a wonderful family but do not get to see them as much as I would like.
I am all these things but I would like a man to care for and love and I would welcome his family and children. It has been almost six years since my husband of thirty one years passed away and I am just now reaching out. I have not dated yet but I know I want a LDS gentleman who loves our Heavenly Father first and is not afraid to show affection. I want a man who wants to talk about his life and is interested in mine. I want to truly share life, traveling or staying home, puttering around the house and yard or watching sporting events at home-cruising or walking in our neighborhood or along a beach or on a cruise ship, enjoying the beauty and wonder of nature and taking photos of each other, realizing the opportunity that our Heavenly Father has given us and not wasting it.