43, Lincoln, NEHi, I'm Nicole! I currently live in Nebraska but was born and raised in Upstate New York (yup, a Yankee fan!). I lived in Virginia for several years before moving to Nebraska and really consider that my adopted home. I miss the ocean, the mountains, the ocean, and history of the east coast and hope to get back there someday soon. Did I mention the ocean? I'm a practicing Catholic with a preference for the Traditional Latin Mass. I'm the second oldest of nine kids and grew up in a great family. I have four sisters, four brothers and, as of right now, 24 nieces and nephews. We're all really musical - I love to sing and enjoy all kinds of music. I also love to cook, travel, watch good movies, spend time with family and friends. I'm blessed to have a great job working with great people and it affords me the opportunity to travel and see all different parts of the country. What's missing is someone to share my life with; someone with whom I can live a good life, hopefully raise a family and, God willing, get to Heaven. I have a great capacity to love and am ready to share a life with a good man.
53, Lincoln, NEI'm hardly the perfect guy, but I am kind and faithful. My friendships are close, and I like connecting on a deep level with people. I feel very strongly that friendship is not just about two people having fun together--its about being there for the other when life is hard. Making a gift of oneself should be a joy and not a burden. I'd love to be a dad, although at my age, I'm realistic about my chances. I'm good with kids, and my empathy and life experience enable me to sense when they are lonely or stressed. My nieces and nephews often do better in talking with me than they do with their own parents! I've worked a number of different jobs. I had my own law practice for eight years, with 1400+ clients. It was going well when I decided I had to shut it down and enter the seminary. More on that shortly. I've worked in political campaigns and as a professional staff member/counsel for an oversight committee with the U.S. House of Representatives. I had a one-year appointment as Counsel to the Inspector General of the IRS, taught catechism at a parish school and was the Administrator at a small Catholic boarding school for high-school boys. Currently, I am the business manager at a seminary. There was a time a several years ago when I thought I might be called to the priesthood. In three years at seminary, I forged lasting friendships and deepened my spiritual life and knowledge and understanding of the Faith. Closing my practice for this step has been professionally costly, but I am glad I did it. I've traveled a good bit, and I made the annual Pentecost pilgrimage from Paris to Chartres four times (73 mile hike in 2.5 days). I like to read about current events, economics, philosophy, history and theology. I like the outdoors--off-road biking, hiking, bird-watching, occasionally hunting, going to the beach, watching a good football game. I also enjoy movies. A good popcorn flick now and then is fun, but I especially enjoy movies that touch me or make me think. And I love good, soul-lifting music. Mom was a musician (french horn), so beautiful music was regularly enjoyed in our house.
49, Lincoln, NEHi there Looking forward to meeting the woman God has in mind for me. Let's pray for one another to quicken the time when we are to meet. i will definitely be praying for you.
21, Lincoln, NEI like food and books and God and the Virgin. Abortion is bad. Thomas Aquinas is almost always right. Marie-Antoinette did not say " Let them eat cake" and you are a fool if you like the Twilight series. Go blues!
26, North Platte, NEHello, I am an outgoing fun loving and adventurous guy and ready to see whats waiting out there for me and excited to meet new people. not yet a subscriber
73, McCook, NE
25, Cook, NEHey there, I'm a farmer and love it to the fullest. I went to UNL for mechanized systems management (basically Ag engineering) and am now back home full time farming with dad. I am trying to start a business for chemical application and seed sales. I feel like God has blessed with a good opportunity to start a business along side farming. In my free time I like to hang with friends, play cards, anything social. I'm a social person and like to be sarcastic. I also don't mind a nice night in watching TV either. I would say that one of my favorite things is the smell of fresh tilled dirt. Also the sunset behind a freshly baled hay field. If you have any questions fell free to ask. I'm at a point in my life I want someone strong in their faith to walk along with me and help me grow more. I also looking for someone that wants to farm or live on a farm or can handle someone that works lots of hours. I look forward to talking to Ya :)
33, Malcolm, NEI come from a large and very traditional family with traditional values. My Catholic faith is the biggest and most important thing in my life. I truly cant imagine my life without it! I was homeschooled K-12, which is something I certainly want to give to my own children someday. I loved being homeschooled and appreciate very much the sacrifice my parents made to give me that amazing gift! As I said, I loved it except for math that is, most of my school years, I hated that subject. :-/ But I believe God truly has a since of humor and when I grew up, I became the accountant for our family business :-) Now, before you think I am nuts! I actually became quite good at it and have even been complemented by accounting firms and bankers for my work. :-) But please, let me back up a bit. Our family company was started by my father, an amazing man of whom I am very proud. He invented, patented and started the business and most of my siblings work in it. It has provided all of us with very good jobs and great opportunities! With that said, I hope you will not think me ungrateful, but it is not what I want to do with my life. Someday I hope to be a stay at home wife and mother, the way my mother is. You know the kind, that makes a really good homemade meal and enjoys making people feel welcome, at home and comfortable. She has given me a beautiful example to follow along with so many wonderful saints who were also wives and mothers! I believe that the husband/father is to be the head of the home and the wife/mother, its heart. And, I hope and I pray, I will be a very good heart one day. In asking my family what positive traits they saw in me, and if you notice kind of a pink glow on this part of my profile, it is just the reflection of my embarrassed face, anyway they said the following, humorous or witty, some said sarcastic but I prefer wittysounds better ;-) gentile, pure, modest, kind, compassionate, understanding, not demanding, prayerful, sincere, good in a tight spot, sticks to a job well, sensitive (this is both a blessing and a curse because although Im sensitive to others feelings I tend to be a little too sensitive myself, it is a fault I am working on ) see the need in someone else and try to do what I can to fill that need. Wow! All that and I only had to do the dishes for about a week. Hey, I come from a large family and it takes a while to pay them all back! Just kidding ;-)
31, Malcolm, NEWhere to begin... First off, thanks for reading my profile, I'm trying to think up the best or most cleaver way to start this and its not automatically hitting me!!!... does this happen to anyone (or everyone) else?? Some of the things I enjoy most are: reading (I'm reading a book by Fr. Lawrence Lovasik right now, I've read a couple of his books and he is an incredible author his books always strike me that they could be read over and over and always get something out of it! I also really enjoy a good coffee shop (which by the way, goes incredibly good with books: ), I like making/ sewing things and have way to many projects going at the same time, and I love cooking and baking (my mom is a great cook I learned from the best : ). I also really like getting outdoors and going for a walk...
51, Steinauer, NE
22, Lincoln, NEYou cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is about the end of any nation. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it
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