I am an active LDS widow who is looking for a man with whom to share the rest of my life. I love the church, and it is the center of my life. I have grown children who have families of their own. They all live in Florida so I don't get to see them often.
I worked and supported my family as a Certified Nurse Midwife. I retired in 2009 due to health issues and moved back to Arizona to die. My health was terrible. The longer I lived here, the more my health improved. I live in a rural area on my sister's land in a fifth-wheel RV. I enjoy living out in the country, but I would love to live closer to a temple so I could go as often as I desire.
I am a breast cancer survivor. When I saw my Oncologist this week, he told me all my tests (which were many) say I am cancer free now. I had put my life on hold till I could finally say that. So now I am ready to start living again.
I am a fairly quiet person, and I don't like confrontation and tension. I am fairly easy-going, kind, honest, and trust worthy, and I love my country. I love animals, but I am allergic to cats.
I have been dating a nice LDS man who I really care for, but he is not interested in a long term relationship except friendship. I wish it could have been more, but I am through kidding myself. I am ready to move beyond that, so I am back to LDS singles again. If you don't feel like you can make a commitment to marriage, please don't waste our time. After all, we are not young anymore. I don't intend to jump into marriage, but I don't want to just date for the rest of my life either.
I was married for 34 years before my husband died of Alzheimer's Dementia in October 2000. I am a believer in marriage being a life time commitment, if not for the eternities. It is hard being alone at this stage in my life. I need to be needed and loved.
I wish you each well and hope that you all find the one you are searching for. God help us all!