Thought I was getting kicked off the site; not yet... I am looking for friends and (of course) always in hopes of maybe finding the "special someone" out there. My life has been full of challenges; mostly because of the choices I've made; being in non-member relationships. Not the best example for my kids.
I remember getting blessings from my father as a child; having a high fever that broke as he administered to me. I learned as a young child how powerful the priesthood is. I want that in my home. I want my children to experience what I had.
I'm struggling to keep my family together right now; it's hard as a single mother with absent fathers and no explanation to give them. They feel abandoned and no one to fill the void.
Right now, I'm turning to this site to seek out friends with morals and values. I love music; play lots of instruments and love to sing.
I love America. I spent most of my childhood overseas; I'm spontaneous and like to get in the car and drive to the beach and enjoy the scenery along the way.
I don't love hiking;camping;bike riding or fishing. Yes, I've been asked out on a date from this site, but when he found out I couldn't hike due to recent back surgery, he canceled the date and basically said have a nice life. I dont like country music; I tried to tolerate it but honestly can't. Even though friendships and relationships are all about compromise, one person doesn't always have to give in to the other completely. That's what makes us unique and special. I like to grow a garden and plant flowers. I don't expect the man to like or participate in that, too. It's what I like.
I've had a surprisingly full life for my age; interesting to most. I like men that are romantic, chivalrous and and willing to put me above others (not staring at all the bikini's at the beach). I am very frugal and appreciate when the other person is, too.
I haven't been on a real date for probably 15 yrs. looking forward to that first one. I'm fun when I'm happy; talkative when I feel comfortable and make people feel special when they treat me with respect.