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  • Stephen, 50 from Cheshire, CT
    50, Cheshire, CT
    Dont be fooled by the photographs, Im only a beginner at skiing:) I posted the pictures because I skied once with someone who was a good photographer. Ill be honest because thats whats important to me I dont consider myself very religious, I was raised Catholic and thats what I believe but I dont attend Church regularly. I suppose if I were raising a family things would be different. I am more of a proponent of my countrys first amendment. I love the idea of an unalienable right to freedom of religion. I realize I am a home body, I see enough of the world having to travel for work that when I am home I feel very content to be here.
  • Christopher, 42 from Cheshire, CT
    42, Cheshire, CT
    I am an easy going and friendly person, positive, cheerful, honest, sincere, loving, caring, kind, family oriented. I am also adventurous and love nature, photography, travelling, hiking, fishing, attend cultural activities like music festivals, museums, and city fairs. On the weekends, I love volunteering my time with Habitat for Humanity. I have been instilled with a strong catholic faith, and my faith in God is very important to me. I continue to grow in faith and would like to be in a relationship with faith and prayer a part of our relationship. I'm very fortunate for my close family and friends and occasionally the kind stranger who inspires me - one example being an unknown family that welcomed me into their home on a winter night when I was driving home and my car slid off the snow covered roads into their yard. While I chose to politely decline their offer to spend the night at their home till the roads were cleared off snow, I was impressed by their kind gesture - a kind act to a stranger in need. I have a funny side and can be talkative in pleasant company, but more often I am a good listener.
  • Bob, 45 from Cheshire, CT
    45, Cheshire, CT
  • Bob, 64 from Cheshire, CT
    64, Cheshire, CT
    What I look forward to the most is spring time when everything turns green. The two most influential people in my life were my grandfathers,one was the kindest man I ever knew and the other was the smartest. In my leisure time I like to ride my motorcycles.I am looking
  • Michael, 30 from Cheshire, CT
    30, Cheshire, CT
    im michael never been marry looking to get married one day im a very honest person . and im looking some to find the love of my life and one that chould betogether for my whole life.
  • Andrew, 32 from Cheshire, CT
    32, Cheshire, CT
    I'm completely open to God's Will, especially if it is going to allow me to grow towards who He wants me to be. Whatever that means, that's what I want, and what I look forward to most. Since God is God, I cannot know (univocally) what God knows for His Will for me, so I'm all about leaping from the lions head in Faith, especially these days. The most influential experiences in my life are seeing God's grace in action; what seemed like defeat, whether break-ups, career change (started on my own accord; this is not a euphemism for being fired ;) ), or not knowing what he wanted from me, when God acts through grace, I find those moments to be the most influential, especially in the small, least likely, almost unnoticed ways of inspirations (go do this) and insights (knowledge about this). In short, I embrace the Cross as much as possible, because there can be no Easter Sunday without a Good Friday.