I am passionate about my profession of raising and training horses. I would love someone that accepts me for who and what I am. Someone to share my joys with, and vice versa. I want a guy that's has a passion for something too, whether it be his profession or hobby. It would be a bonus for us to share the same love for horses and the outdoors. I want someone that is equally comfortable going to and hosting parties as they are staying at home and relaxing...or occasionally repairing a fence, etc. Lol. Someone who can be serious and funny. Warm and strong. Thoughtful and thought-provoking. A Christian, but doesn't have to be a saint. I am far from perfect. Just the desire to be a good person in any circumstance. Someone that is honest and supportive...or whichever I need at the time. :) And I want someone that I am attracted to. Doesn't have to be Brad Pitt, but there has to be chemistry!
My strengths. I fight like crazy for the ones I love...human or animal. I live life to the fullest, even in the face of tragedy. Tragedy has made me a stronger person. Although it has made me sensitive and empathetic, it has shown me that life has so much more to offer. When one door closes, another door opens. God has a plan for my life, I just have to not veer too far off track!
My faults would be that I try to fit so much in, that I lack organization and tidiness. Whether it be my truck or my room. Lol. Don't get me wrong, I love for everything to look perfect, but again, it's not the most important thing in life.
I am thankful for wonderful friends, family, and neighbors from every age, race, and religion. I love to be surprised by people...they can be so fascinating. I love listening and learning. You can never know everything. I love good movies. They make you laugh...and cry. They inspire and make you dream, make you think, and make you understand something you never thought you could. They open your mind. But I also like to get out and live my dreams. To raise and train a champion. Have hard work fulfilled. And to cherish what I have. And after a hard day, I love the exhilaration I feel from galloping as fast as you can go...wind in my hair, blowing tears down my face...as the ground goes by in a blur. That makes me smile. It's the medicine that cures anything that ails me!
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