I have been single again since 2005. I am a positive thinking, level-headed, private detective by profession, and a life-loving, passionate woman by nature. First and foremost it is my desire to please God and to be paired up with the man with the same desire. The man for me has learned to enjoy life but has also found there is the greatest joy in giving.
I do my best to live a healthy and happy life. I dream big and envision those dreams into reality. I desire to be beautiful within so that I am better able to love those around me. I get a thrill out of encouraging others. I look forward to adding to the life of a wonderful man.
I have my share of faults that I know about and some that will later be revealed. I am real. Yet I am fully persuaded that God will continue to perfect in me that which needs improvement or even changing to his glory. I am a realist and not searching for a man to fill my void within and make me happy. I am already at peace, and am looking to compliment the life of a man who also knows this peace within him.
I have a tremendous desire to love a man and extend that love to his family. It's likely we both have families and children that have already suffered from our failed marriages, so it's my desire that we demonstrate a solidity in relationship that will inevitably do damage control and bring joy to those we have failed.
I laugh alot. Sometimes inappropriately, but hey, good humor keeps you healthy. I can't dance, or I won't. Painfully shy at the very thought. But, I seem to always be attracted to men who can. And yes, I will slow dance.........maybe. I demonstrate courage in many areas, but am completely terrified of mice. I will come unglued. If I'm deep in thought, I can be clumsy; endearing only to the one who loves me. I have my blonde moments, and many Bridget Jones moments! Again, you've got to love me. I'm never moody and I never nag. And I hate sleeping on unresolved issues. I have a weakness for men who want to romance me in the kitchen. And I really have a weakness for that man that takes the effort to get to know me. He's a keeper. I am fairly low maintenance and find I'd rather put my efforts into good hygiene and health practices. If I were wealthier, it would be reflected in the car I chose rather than the amount I spent on clothes and cosmetics. I'm intrigued with the man who can think deeply, feel deeply, then laugh heartily at one of my stupid comments.
The journey is all we have; for none of us are guaranteed tomorrow. But if tomorrow comes, I hope to embrace it with a man full of joy so overflowing that everyone who comes within our presence can't help but positively benefit from it. In uncompromised unity and friendship, we will face every joy, every trial, and every thrill with passion. The man for me knows how to live, love, and give, and is more than ready to receive what I have to offer.
Ah, profiles without photos.......one word.....Creepy. Don't do it, it's insulting. No matter what the reason. If you're not computer savvy, that's understandable. But my advice is: get savvy enough to communicate in this modern society. Otherwise, you're just creepy. It's like carrying on a conversation with someone wearing mirrored sunglasses. It's rude. I'm likely going to think you have something to hide.
I just returned from my second mission trip to Haiti and that is where my heart is; responding to the call to help. The ideal man for me will either encourage and support my desire to help the hurting or accompany me in those endeavors. I consider it an honor to go without my precious conveniences for a time that I may bring a little hope and relief to a hurting world.