39, Piedmont, SCHey. My name is Jeff. I was born and raised in Michigan, but have lived in South Carolina for the past ten years or so. I'm an architect and work for a mega-engineering firm designing manufacturing facilities. I'm also a health and fitness coach. I'm funny and smart, a philosopher and adventurer, analyst and traveler, athlete and writer. I'm creative and can build most anything. I'm definitely outdoorsy and love to fish and hike, but I consider myself a city boy at heart and could thrive in the big city as easily as anywhere else. I'm always aware, always thinking and analyzing my experiences, surroundings, and relationships. I'm up for a challenge. I like good intellectual conversations, but am not above stupid humor. I have a gift for calling a spade a spade, but in a diplomatic way. I'm political, but generally quiet about it, since being a libertarian from a car town will stir up controversy, and I'm a non-confrontational kind of guy. I have a lot of close friends, though quite a few of them aren't geographically close. I was raised Catholic and attended Catholic schools from kindergarten through college. I have an older sister who lives in Detroit and a younger brother who lives in Florida, and I've split my time among those places and South Carolina lately. My parents are both in Catholic ministry. My dad is an ordained deacon and works full time as the pastoral associate of his parish and my mom is a Catholic blogger and writer for Catholic new sites.
54, North Charleston, SCThere is so much to tell of myself. I have lived for 48 years and find it quite difficult to inform others about me in such a short amount of space. I would love to open my soul to the right woman over a bottle of red wine and some good music. I have so much to offer the right one....
48, Fountain Inn, SCI am a full-time artist, who has built his own house/studio. I used to be a computer application/web developer and before that a toy/product prototyper. I am a problem-solver, intelligent and I can be funny even just a little bit each day. Oh, the beard is gone, at least for now.
87, Elloree, SCI have 9 children and the 5th is the eldest. I know the secret of the Holy Grail. Have been self employed most of my life and traveled throughout Mexico and the Orient. Lived in the Mountains, Santa Fe and lived on a yacht Charleston, South Carolina. Connie lost our battle of 23 years from cancer, July 2007. We had Nine Interior Design Stores and Imported Fine French and English Antique Furniture. I wrote "Choices" a cathartic autobiography Attended Marmion Military Academy, owned by the Benedictine Monks. Decorated Combat Officer, Korea Philadelphia spent eight years with the Sisters of St. Joseph. Owned Environmental Research Company and a Home Construction Company. Had a stable of Arabians. At 21, I was a 4th Degree Knights of Columbus. Met Valerie on this site in 2011. It was a LDR (600 miles) We married October 2012. A honeymoon to Ireland catapulted us on our life's journey. March 23rd 2013 while on a business trip I was notified that Valerie had an accident at home and died. The funeral service was on Good Friday. What can I add to that horror and the sorrow? I have been cooking for more than 50 years and bake a fantastic Baklava Cheesecake. Favorite dinner is Rack of Lamb (rare) with a nice bottle of Wine and Classical music. I stand upright, hold my head high and will never be a victim, but will always attack life with vigor and dignity.
29, Greenville, SCHello, I just moved to Greenville, SC from Kansas City, MO to work for QuikTrip or as the people from here call it "QT". So if you want someone who will be pretty much clean shaven most of the time, I'm your ticket. QT only allows mustaches... weird!!!! If you haven't been to one, please make an effort and stop by. It will be one of your best experience's at a convenience store. The owner is catholic and the company treats their employees very well. I graduated from Benedictine college with my bachelors degree in 2011. As of now, I am searching for God's next move in my life. Not sure what, but I will know it when I see it. I believe we have all been there. Some of my interest are playing sports, board games, hunt, fish, shoot guns, movies, working on projects with my hands projects, cars, woodwork and so on.
24, Moore, SCGood day, miss. Well, you must wish to know who and what I am and so I shall attempt to describe myself. I am a Southern Catholic. By that I mean I have family roots here going back centuries, and so am immersed in what it is to be a cultured Southerner, while being in a family that only became Catholic in the past thirty years. And so I am highly old fashioned in my approach to relationships. But do not let that scare you, because my observation has been that it is really the Esposita who is in charge of the home and family. If the man has the final say, it is only because he is allowed it. The truth is, the men of my family are warriors, and always have been. Our mindset is highly militaristic, and we love order, discipline, strength, and honor - though living up to those ideals is a challenge we all too often fail to overcome. So that's just a glimpse into my values and mindset, which tied together with my Faith, make me more zealous than most. As for actually being a soldier, I have every intention of getting back (long story) in the military - once the U.S. Military has a change in management - and becoming an instrument of justice. For that matter, it would be a huge plus if you come from a military family. In my hobbies and other interests, I certainly do qualify as a nerd, though I probably do not give the impression initially. Really, the main reason I love science fiction and fantasy as much as I do is because there are ever so many very Christian elements to it, and I have a great fondness for symbolism and allegory. Oh, but there is so much to talk about there... Politically, I would certainly fit in the category of entrenched conservatism, but with the caveat that it is built around and tempered by Church teaching, that is to say, I am conservative because I am Catholic. As an update, I am now attending the Franciscan University of Steubenville to finish my history degree, so I will not be home for some time. So, for the time being, this is all I can say. If it is Our Lord's will, you may be the one to walk with me down the long road to where our purpose reaches its ultimate fulfillment in the Kingdom of Heaven. May He protect and keep you, always. Amen. Do drop me a line if you'd like to see what else is under this layer of militarism and politeness. I promise I'm not a flat character, in the literary sense. ;)
65, Gaston, SCI am a honest and caring person. i am shy at first but believe that a true relationship starts with a real friendship. I enjoy reading. playing golf and watching movies.
33, Goose Creek, SCI tend to work crazy swing shift hours and a good bit of overtime so when I am off I try to make the most of it. I'm very passionate about my faith and always trying my best to make sure Gods light shines through me. I absolutely love going to my new church cathedral of St. John the Baptist and look forward to attending each Sunday im off. I take life one day at a time so I don't usually look forward to much else because tomorrow is never promised so always live for the lord each and every day. He truly has been the most influential in my life and I would be nothing without him
25, Greenville, SCI look forward to someday having my own story to tell. Ernest Hemingway wrote, "In going where you have to go, and doing what you have to do, and seeing what you have to see, you dull and blunt the instrument you write with. But I would rather have it bent and dull and know I had to put it on the grindstone again and hammer it into shape and put a whetstone to it, and know that I had something to write about, than to have it bright and shining and nothing to say, or smooth and well-oiled, unused." I have never forgotten that quote. Different aspects of people have influenced different aspects of my life. The epistles of St. Paul have given me encouragement and feelings of warmth in times of trouble: he often speaks of our union with Christ in both death and rebirth. These writings remind me to unite my suffering with that of Christ, always remembering the Life to come if I "finish the race" by the grace of God. St. Louis de Montfort, along with some other saints, present to me the idea of being a brilliant artist while being faithful to God; I have an admiration for writers and enjoy learning of their backgrounds, but often find disappointment in discovering their promiscuity and lack of Faith. St. Louis de Montfort was gifted with artistic talents (poetry, wood carving, and music) and used it for the sake of portraying the beauty of God and evangelization. Finally, I often derive inspirations of courage in fictional heroes. This may sound lame, but...oh well, I say it unabashedly! It is a valid point if you examine it: Spider-Man has always been a personal favorite of mine (definitely my man-crush if I had to choose one), for instance. The message of Spider-Man 2 (the film, of course) is: "Sometimes, in order to do what's right, we have to give up the thing we want the most." A very potent message to be sure, and undoubtedly relevant to a practicing Catholic in today's world. Consider another example in the character of Ebenezer Scrooge: here we find a character deeply rooted in sin and morosity, seemingly without hope. But, by the grace of God, he repents of all his wrong-doings and focuses the rest of his life doing good. These characters, though fictional, iterate true ideals which have the potential to enlighten us in dark periods.
59, Santee, SCready to explore friendship leading to marriage similar to the best of those that I experience with my immediate family, friends and cousins while visiting them around the USA and Eastern Europe..look forward to visiting or living in Eastern Europe.
22, Aiken, SCI am a sports journalist currently covering high school athletics in the Aiken/Augusta area in South Carolina. I'm a Yankee originally from I grew up Catholic, but I fell out of it in high school. For the past year, however, I've been going back to Mass every week and reintroducing myself to faith in God. It's really helping me improve my outlook on my life and God has given me purpose. I'd like to find a nice Catholic girl, especially here in the Bible Belt.
27, Bluffton, SCHello! I'm originally from New York and I work in higher education. I am a history buff, sports geek, political junkie, follower of Christ. I love going to the beach, reading and watching movies. I am half adventurer and half couch potato. I am looking for someone who likes to laugh and has a personal connection with the Lord.
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