This is new to me and I'm a little freaked out, but here goes nothing. The most important things to me in my life are my relationships with my family and friends. I'm fiercely independent, but I think I'll surprise everyone and be kind of mushy when I find the right person. I'm nurturing and I love to take care of other people.
I was raised in a Christian home and my faith is important to me. I try my best to live a life of grace and love. I do not believe that the Bible is a tool to judge other people. I feel like its really hard to find other people my age who care about their faith, but aren't super conservative. I love Jesus and could never share my life with someone who didn't share my faith, but I also drink socially and have a social worker's potty mouth. Just being honest.
I've been a foster care caseworker for almost four years and I love my job. It's a lot of hard work, but I love doing something that makes a difference in people's lives. I love my kids on my caseload and I love the foster families and relatives I get to work with. When I was a kid and people asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, I always said a mother. Thats still true. At some point, I would love nothing more than to be a stay at home mom. I know its not always realistic in this economy, but I would love it.
Because my job is so demanding, it's important for me to have fun and relax when I'm not at work. I'm blessed with friends all over the country and I love traveling. I love being outside whether its to go to the lake, hiking, camping, or even just going to the drive in and watching a movie under the stars. Nature with a view makes me incredibly happy. I can stare at the ocean or the mountains for hours. If we're talking indoor activities, I love playing games and I love going to the movies. I love going to concerts or sporting events too. Oh, and wineries and breweries are fun too!
If you want to know more, just ask me :)