I was baptised at age 11 and was very active in the church until after my divorce in 1993. The things that led to that divorce caused me to re evaluate everything I'd ever believed. Then in 2002 I remarried a very good man who retired from the navy. We tried very hard to make our blended families "blend" and it simply did not work out. I do not blame either of us...we were just too different from each other. We separated in 2007 and our divorce was final very recently. Though it's been a long journey I have learned that God lives and that Jesus is the Christ and that forgiving those who tresspass against us is so crucial to our earthly happiness as well as our eternal happiness. My children and I though once inactive have returned and my sons were baptised in December. Each day my prayers are centered around learning God's will for me and mine then praying for the courage needed to do His will. I have been very blessed in my career to be able to provide for my family even during these tough economic times.
I am fairly independent. I mainly am interested in sharing thoughts and ideas with others and forming friendships. My primary focus is to finish raising my three sons. If something were to develop in the midst of all that or afterward, that would also be great. I loved being married. It's fun getting to know all the little ways to make another happy. Sometimes it's the simplest things that totally make someone's day.
On the lighter side I tend to be very creative, enjoy friends, family and music. In my spare time I like to play the piano, especially spiritual songs. I like to sew, or if time permits, go see the mountains or the ocean. I enjoy walking along the river and playing a round of golf(though I am not good at it) I am fairly laid back. I have been described by my family as the peacemaker. Love to sing and am an optomist. I have a gift for finding the "silver lining" in almost any situation.