40, Irving, TXI'm an Independent person, trustful, kind, understanful, seeing both sides of the story, intersted in new topics, hopeful, patient, optimist 80% with a 20% pessimist, quirky, shy, secretive, open to ideas, follower, improviser, working to be more honest, doctor free so far, stable, still living with parent and siblings, like to puch the envelope, caring, possessive, blunt, guesser with 80% accuracy, helpful, doer of assignments or projects before being told, don't like to be told on what I know is my responsability, ask me of what you want to know more about.
27, Dallas, TXThe first thing about my personality is that I love giving hugs and keeping people on their toes as much as possible, and love receiving both. The second is that, as a choleric extroverted introvert, often my natural tendency is to cut to the chase. For some reason I find deep/substantive conversation to come easier to me than small talk. Small talk to me is like salt. I tend to be crazy in a calculated way. I also want to execute enough skydives to where they'll let me jump by myself, preferably at 20k feet. I once rode in the shotgun seat of the primary police unit of a high speed motorcycle pursuit. Bucket list item accomplished! I tend to be very interested in a few things as opposed to dabbling in a broad array of interests. That's just how I'm wired, but I am more than willing to branch out if I have a reason to do so. I can be a bit intense about things I really care about, so don't let that scare you; it's just me being me. I believe exceedingly strongly that husband and wife should challenge each other to climb ever higher in holiness and closer to God. I think this starts with each spouse understanding and fully embracing the fact that they are actually a sacrament to each other--a primary channel of God's grace to the other. Each spouse should strive to be worthy of Christ, which should become manifest in striving to be worthy of each other because they see Christ in each other. H&W are really tabernacles of Christ to and for each other. Now, this doesn't mean changing each other. A jeweler doesn't change the essence of the stones which he cuts, but he does remove some the crusty edges and ugly bits, leaving a gleaming, beautiful stone which has been brought to the full potential of its beauty. God is the jeweler, the wife is the instrument, and the husband is the stone. Simultaneously, the husband is also the instrument while the wife is the stone. The stone (spouse) cooperating with the tool (other spouse), which in turn cooperates with the jeweler (God), results in the best outcome. Unlike stones, however, spouses also help each other to grow and add character that wasn't there initially. Isn't that beautiful?! That's a good snapshot of my personality.
33, Carrollton, TXI am what one would consider a strange mix of personalities, a little nerdy, a bit of a geek, jock, outdoorsy, bookish, and business minded. I am fairly shy and slow to warm up, but once i get comfortable my sense of humor starts and laughs begin. For an example of my quirky humour, if you get these references you have a good idea. "tis only a flesh wound"..."....we're men...we're men in tights..." I am a somewhat recent refugee from southern CA and am at a place in my life trying to get a career rolling, meet someone, and begin moving forward with God's plan for me. Though until a few years ago I was a very lax catholic, at which point I swore to refocus my life back on track and try to live my life better. I am looking to meet people and try to find God's match for me since trolling bars and such is not what I consider enjoyable. As mentioned I have a number of hobbies I enjoy. I hunt and camp, love computer and video games, sailing, as well as building and painting small collectibles, high school and college football, enjoy art, history, and cooking good food for people who enjoy it as well. I am a history, military, and mythology nut always up for a discussion. Got a favorite book or genre, want to try something new, I love it. I could find fun in going out to a show, movie, or meal with friends or just sit at home under the stars with a good book and soft music or sitting round the table having a deep discussion with friends. I tend to be a bit of a thinker and a major bookworm.
34, Dallas, TX
31, Dallas, TXI enjoy reading, watching baseball, and watching movies. I enjoy theatre and film and learning about the faith. Pope Leo XIII was very influential in my life . His 1896 encyclical Satis Cognitum is one of the best.
58, Coppell, TXHello, My name is Ken, I will try to describe myself,, a hard worker, respectful, patient, loving,, romantic, affectionate, grounded, a gentleman, a big heart , who likes the simple things in life. Old fashioned morals.
30, Allen, TXHello my potential Catholic Matches! I'm Eric. And truth be told, I have never particularly enjoyed talking about myself, although, that might come as a bit of a shock to my friends. I consider myself to be a hard-working, ambitious, and clever guy. For a lot of my life I have been a rather introverted person who doesn't like to go out and try new things. Maybe it was due to my sheltered, home-schooled, upbringing. You know, homeschoolers never get any kind of socialization! ;) However, as of the past few years, I have found that I've really started to branch out and become more outgoing and extroverted. A few years ago I even went skydiving, spelunking, and bungee jumping. So apparently I traded in my introvertedness for some sort of daredevil behavior. I am always willing to try new things. I'm a big fan of camping and hiking, and I love to trail ride on my mountain bike. There are still some of my earlier tendencies still lingering in me, though. For instance, I really don't care for clubs. Really loud bars aren't my favorite either. Given the option to go out on the town or stay in with a movie, I'd most likely pick to stay in. However, everything in moderation! Gotta mix things up sometimes! I find myself to be humorous and have always had the ability to make myself laugh...although not necessarily other people. Regardless, I take solace in the old proverb: "Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused." That definitely applies to me! I can be sarcastic on occasion, almost to a fault, although never mean spirited, only in good fun.
26, Irving, TXI love daily mass, working hard, having fun, helping out, socializing, playing music and being outdoors, and striving to be a saint. I value my friends and community and try to use the saints as examples
35, Waxahachie, TXI enjoy going out to dinner and outdoor events as well as sporting events. I go to Mass on most Sundays. I'm enrolled in college and I'm a tradesman. I'm looking for the right lady to marry and spend the rest of my life with.
19, The Colony, TXThe great outdoors +Hard work +Good food +Good music +Great company +Sacraments = One happy Chris Get me talking about theology, I'll smile from ear to ear and passionately drone on until you shut me up. :) Profound one minute, and a goofball the next. Pro or con? That's up to you! I like getting to know people, and discovering what's wonderful about them. Seeing what I can learn from them, and what I can cherish in my friends! So say howdy, let's chat and go on from there.
21, Alba, TXWell, to start off with, for most of my life I have lived in the country, so i consider myself a farm boy. I was homeschooled through high school, and attended 2 years of catholic liberal arts college. I decided to drop out, and since then have been pursuing my life dream of being involved in the rich agriculture community around me, and am seeking to go to trade school and receive my welding certification. I have also desired my entire life to find a good catholic girl and raise a family. About myself personally, I am very laid back and not prone to getting flustered or angry easily. I ride and train horses in my spare time, as well as work cattle. I love fixing old trucks, and i have at least 3 engines I am currently rebuilding. When I am not working or fixing stuff up, you can find my on the front porch smoking my pipe and enjoying a few good stories with the local farmers who pop in every now and again. I also love dancing, and hope that whoever i end up with either loves it as much as me, or is open to learning. My faith has been a huge part of my life, and has formed and sculpted me to who i am today. The rosary and mass are especially important to me. I contemplated the priesthood for a few years in my late teens, including visiting a seminary, but I felt that that was not what God was calling me to do. I have had so many problems with finding like-minded people who live in the area, and have been slightly frustrated to say the least. My parents and my sisters are the people who are dearest to me. They moved away over a year ago from the area, but I call and talk to them every opportunity I can. Getting to know the family of a potential spouse is going to very important to me. I am very old fashioned when it comes to relationships, even up to asking the father for his permission to date or court his daughter.
56, Plano, TXKids are grown, working in or progressing toward medical roles, life is great and I'm looking for someone to share it. I'm a great cook. I enjoy cars and shooting sports.
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