50, Pueblo, COI moved to Pueblo a year ago and am looking to find a social life. It is great to be back near the mountains. I'm a cradle catholic who has done most of the typical things. Beyond that I'm pretty much a guy. I love playing and watching sports. I am allergic to shopping except in sporting goods and books. Napping on the couch is just short of a religious experience. There is nothing more enjoyable than conversations with good friends. If I can have those conversations around a campfire in the middle of the wilderness, it is even better. If I lived someplace with nice landscapes and more temperate (translated cooler) weather I'd spend more time away from town and people. There is a part of me that just wasn't meant to live in-doors. I have a unique version of our faith but its close enough to the party line to keep me in the fold. I'm short and a good bit rounder than I should be. Sugar and age have conspired against me. There is more too tell but then there would be no mystery.
60, Durango, CO
71, Sugar City, COTall, intense, humerous, gentle, non judgemental scorpio, scorpio rising. Likes hiking, biking, long walks, long talks, movies, horseback riding, old book stores, antiques. Interested in philosophy, theology, religions. I find that the mixture of the Dali Lama and Catholosism brings me closer to my higher power.
65, Manzanola, COIt may not be as important what describes my likes, dislikes, experiences, and accomplishments as much as it is that, through the course of about six decades of life, I, as you, have survived the ups and downs of this Journey! Most of my adult life was spent in the service of others as a therapist in a psychiatric hospital, on an acute, locked evaluation team. (Have been hit, bitten, spat upon, lost teeth from being assaulted, and have had every bodily fluid one can think of thrown at me!) " Retired" now, just trying to stay afloat in these times. As a child, 'army brat', I traveled and lived with my family from Colorado, to Germany, to South Carolina, to Missouri, with several returns to, and grounding myself in, Colorado. The rhetorical question of the day, 'Do I wait at the top of the Empire State Building, hoping for my Love to meet me there? . . . Do I have the patience of St. Monica to know Cary Grant finally ended up in the arms of Deborah Kerr? . . . Or, not?' Not in the habit of taking pics of myself, so may update with some more later. Although starting as a blonde, hair color now is a mix of blonde, gray, dark, and 'balding'! For-the-record, if I haven't noted before, if I don't answer any messages asap, do not think me disrespectful. My monthly budget determines my active/paid status herein. So, emotigrams are not a sign of carelessness, but rather that I'm not currently paid up. Thanx and Prayers!
46, Grand Junction, COI'm a statistics professor at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Co. I grew up in St. Louis and went to Vianney High School & St. Mary's University in San Antonio. I'm a well rounded individual. I played college soccer, play the piano, and enjoy campus ministry work. Currently I play lots of golf in the summer while ski in the winter. I help with the Newmann Center at Colorado Mesa. I try to be a roll model like the brothers, priests, and lay Marianists (Society of Mary) were to me. If you live in Denver I'd love to meet halfway on the slopes in Vail or Beaver Creek! I do travel to the front range as well as Salt Lake so don't let distance be a barrier.
29, Grand Junction, COHi! My name is Brad and I'm relatively new to Colorado. I moved here last summer for a job that I love, and now that I live out here, I love it out here. I love to get it and explore my new home, love hiking, skiing in the winter, pretty much anything. I can have fun in almost any situation, it's all about the people you're with! I love my job too, I'm a meteorologist. It's been my dream for as long as I can remember, and I love having a job that is fun and fulfilling at the same time. My religion is also important to me, I attend mass every weekend. I was born and raised Catholic, and it will always be an important part of my life, and I hope I can find someone who shares these views with me. Any questions about me? Just ask!
66, Grand Junction, COCatholic all day, every day. Hi my name is Jim. I am also a cradle Catholic and consider myself very lucky to be so. My entire education, through college has been at Catholic institutions. In 1979 I was married, had three children and divorced in 1998. At this time, I live with my son, who is 31, married with 5 children and in transition. I attend Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Grand Junction. I participate in several volunteer activities in Grand Junction. I am a self employed professional and have been so since 1981. As time moves on, I have become better at allocation of my time and I hope, a better person for it through the practice of patience and kindness. I like to think that the world is what you make it. I like to make it good. When there is time, and there is more of it now, I prefer outdoor activities. I like to walk, and do that frequently, exercise at the University 4-5 times a week, eat what I want, hate myself for it, but not enough to do anything about it. . . . Old activities included woodworking, carpentry etc. Now my place is bigger so there is more maintenance stuff. However I like toys, so there are a few of those hanging around, some with motors, some without. Stuff is fine, but people are better. I so much would like to find a life partner/wife. . . . But so far, that has escaped me. That is what hope is for. Ask for pic if you like.
66, Pueblo, COI am a down to earth person and church is my balance for the job I do. God , Grandmother, My Mother , oldest sister , youngest brother and my kids are the most Influential people in my life through their courage, determination , faith, love and being the best person they can be. I Like to play golf, fish , fly fish, play pool , walk, hike , cycle, bowl and other stuff. I am looking forward to retiring soon ! I want to travel and not be in a hurry to get back. I want to enjoy life and my family..
36, Grand Junction, COWorking on introduction St James 1:2-6 DRC1752 My brethren, count it all joy, when you shall fall into divers temptations; Knowing that the trying of your faith worketh patience. And patience hath a perfect work; that you may be perfect and entire, failing in nothing. But if any of you want wisdom, let him ask of God, who giveth to all men abundantly, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea, which is moved and carried about by the wind.
31, Pueblo, COI'm a graduate from CU Boulder. Go Buffs! I love the academic world and learning. I am helping build a house and am having a wonderful time doing it. I love to push myself to do new and exciting things. I love to laugh and smile. I'm looking for a woman who is in love with her faith, is honest, and wants to have a meaningful relationship. I pray for my future wife a lot. Mostly that she is safe and growing in her faith.
56, Ridgway, COi truly believe that we have made life to complicated and have lost appreciation for the simpler things. I learn everyday from my 9 year old son that true happiness for him is us spending time riding our bikes to the river and skipping rocks. I value more than anything this time with him as I know how fleeting it is and in no time he will be going off to college. I also know that sharing those moments with someone in my life who has the same values of family and community will only bring my life full circle.
46, Greeley, COWell I never thought I would be doing this... but all thing happen for a reason. I am an easy going guy who enjoys a good time and life in general. I don't like to brag about who I am or have become Take a risk and get to know me. You will not be disappointed. I can then tell you who I am and learn who you are...
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