I am a divorced mom of 2 girls and a boy. My kids are the world to me. I have devoted every day of almost 10 years to my kids. I was called at age 10 to serve the lord as a Pastors wife. However - that plan didn't fit what I wanted, so I didn't follow the Lords plan. Now - 23 years later, God has dealt with me, and I am willing to do his will. Better late than never, I suppose. So, I am looking for a man in ministry. Someone that will love my children as his own, and love me even as Jesus loved the church. I am not perfect by any stretch of the imagination...but I am loving, caring, sweet, kind, tender hearted, polite, a good listener, tend to offer good, Godly advice, and would do anything for a friend. I am very forgiving - almost to a fault - because people have been know to misuse me as a result. I love being outside (despite being allergic to grass), and I love animals (despite some animal allergies) - and am willing to take allergy pills as needed to enjoy the things I love. I love to camp, hunt, fish, target shoot, collect guns, rollerblade, ride bike, rock climb, hike, boat - the list goes on and on. My ideal match would be a Godly man - spiritual leader at home. Someone who loves unconditionally, will guide and direct me (and my kids) on spiritual matters - finds me attractive - and isn't afraid to tell me. He won't mind my telling him how I feel, and will share my love. He will be a strong and effective communicator. He doesnt have to be perfect, but strive to do the Lords will. He can be silly - especially in the tough times...but serious when need be. He will have a passion for serving the Lord, and bringing others to Him.
I have chronic pain from Fibromyalgia, and have lost over 50% of my strength (my 9 year old opens my jars for me) - so being strong physically - as well as emotionally - and being understanding when pain gets the best of me is definately a big plus. But, I am not a complainer - and most people don't even realize I suffer from chronic pain, unless they are around me on a really high pain day - or if I have been exceptionally active, and I am really feeling it. Typically, the more active I am, the less pain I suffer - since moving around keeps me loosened up - but I do have arthritis in my knees as a result from my time in the military - so I try to avoid alot of running, or time on pavement.
It makes me smile to see my kids do something well, to know someone is thinking of me, to do a job well, to be surprised, to spend time with family, friends, or other loved ones, seeing fireworks, sitting around a fire, hearing someone praying, hear a good sermon, or special music, to make a new (to me) discovery, saving money on something - the list could go on and on. I am, in general, a happy person.