I’m sorry if I kept you waiting. I did mean to find you earlier but what with one thing and another… well, you know how it goes. I wish I could say that this is the only thing I’m late for, but actually I’m always running behind. I think I was probably meant to live in a different time zone – maybe a small town in Europe somewhere. I’m probably on time there.
I might struggle a bit with now but I've been pretty good at planning my future – bar the odd hiccup or two. I studied to be a pharmacy technician for a while and did want to work in pharmacognosy one day. Which means researching natural ingredients for use in medicine — things like herbs, roots and of course my mom’s chicken soup. These days, I’m pretty much a caregiver. It’s difficult and challenging, but immensely rewarding. It feels good to help:)
If I’m not doing that, there’s a good chance I’ll be reading the Good Book, taking Communion, eating out with family or catching a movie (sci-fi, yeah!). In short, I guess you could say that I’m positive, driven, bright and family-oriented. Now all I need is someone special to build a family with...
About My Partner
...And that’s where you come in. Different and confident are good, as are compassion and sensitivity. My faith means a lot to me so it should really mean a lot to you too and if you are also charming, attentive, understanding and all-round wonderful, that would be perfect! Drop me a line.
Q: What would you like to do on a first date?
A: Fall madly and passionately in love. That’s what the first date’s for, right? But I’d be very happy with dinner, a warm conversation and a feeling that this is it.
Q: Why you should get to know me:
A: Because I’d like to think I’ll make the right man very happy. And we won’t know if that’s you, if you don’t get to know me!
Q: What have past relationships taught you?
A: That friendships take time to build and are constructed out of patience, tolerance and understanding — like all the good things in life.
Q: Describe some of the most important things in your life:
A: God, family and education — they each bring great meaning to my life.
Q: Describe your perfect day:
A: I’m not sure there is a “perfect” day. All days that move me closer to my goals, that contain prayer, cake and an awareness of God are good, and I’m grateful for all of them. The cake is optional, but only when I don't have any.
Q: One final thing I'd like to mention...
A: No, I don’t want to say a final thing. I want it to be your turn to say a first thing….