I'm happy to see that you would like to get to know me.
I'm trying LDSSingles.com as a new way to meet people. I have been single for a long time and feel that this would be the right time to fall in love and find an eternal companion, to grow old together, to love and cherish each other and to share the beauties and challenges that are ahead.
I am a kind, compassionate, sensitive, spiritual woman. Most people on this site probably are, too. I have a strong testimony and faith that have blessed my life. I love the temple and look forward to having one in Tucson, someday, but the 100 mile drive to Mesa is not so far......compared to other places I have lived.
I am active and enjoy doing things that are energetic and fun. I am not athletic however, so I prefer dancing, Zumba, light hiking, walking, exploring nature, QiGong and sight-seeing with occasional "civilized camping". Socially I enjoy planning activities and hosting dinner parties, going to community and cultural activities and some travel. It would be nice to find a man who enjoyed doing these things.
I tend to live a simple life and do not require lots of material things. I am mostly retired, but work occasionally as a prn nutritionist for a behavioral health hospital and sometimes work as a caregiver for the elderly.
My family consists of two adult sons, one is married and teaches in Switzerland with his wife and my two grandkids. They will be job hunting in the Western hemisphere soon and might find something closer to me. I also have an adult son and daughter who are single and have their own homes in Arizona. My siblings live in Utah and nearby. I grew up in Utah but have spent most of my adult life in Texas and Arizona.
I am seeking a kind, affectionate man who lives the Gospel and is open to sharing his life with me. I would prefer someone who is willing to eventually open-up and share his tender feelings and emotions with me so that our love can become deep not superficial. I know it takes time and patience to really connect, but some are not willing to do so. I know that we each have our challenges and struggles -- but think and hope that we can help by sharing each others burdens, faith and encouragement.
I am Japanese American, third generation. I served a mission in Japan -- for some men this is positive, for others definitely not, but it is part of me. My Mother once told me that I am "more Mormon, than Japanese" and I agreed.
Yes, I do collect kaleidoscopes.
If you would like to get to know me, send me a flirt or message.