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  • Corinna, 25 from Rosamond, CA
    25, Rosamond, CA
    I have a great life and I would love to find someone I can share it with one day. I work two jobs, I own a car, I have the most amazing family ever, I can cook, and I'm a lot of fun on a Friday night. I have my Associates Degree and am now enrolled in Real Estate School. I'm a small, lovable, quirky, intelligent girl. On top of cooking, I also like to read, sew, dance, and sing. (I am good at at least two of those things! Hmm... I guess I gave the cooking one away. Haha!) I am definitely a very girly girl. I'm sure you will appreciate that though. After all, what man wants to date his buddies? (Don't answer that) Even though I am a melancholic, I actually love to socialize and you will usually find me out at the bar or the club once or twice a week if none of my friends or family are throwing a party or a bbq. Country night, anyone?! I love to drive and I love to ride the train. Basically, I love going places. I also love exploring new places although I have not been out and around much myself so if there is anything you would want to show me or see with me one day, send me a message! P.S., I know how to be in a long distance relationship so I have no worries about that.
  • Patricia, 42 from Rosamond, CA
    42, Rosamond, CA
    God is Good. I enjoy volunteering I wish I could do it more often. Previous youth group leader for 6 years. Keep it real. Proud mama of a beautiful young lady.
  • Larraine, 71 from Rosamond, CA
    71, Rosamond, CA
    I was born and baptized a Catholic. I went mostly to Catholic schools. I listen to the EWTN mass everyday when I am home. I read the bible most every day. I was brought up in a catholic family. It was a stable family life until we came to the United States. Then my parents divorced and my brother went to Vietnam for 6 years. My mother and the family struggled. I had to go to work, as did my sister. My father abandoned us at a critical time in our lives. I still consider myself a catholic. I sometimes feel that I had spent the last 30 years of my life trying to have a deeper faith and a greater love of God. I had done volunteer work for the church. With my two kids, we would go to Lanterman State Hospital in California and bring the Catholic patients to Holy Mass. After I retired, I took up photography and Photoshop. I had taken photos of veterans at Grace Resource Center in Lancaster. I also took photos of Veterans at the Veterans home in Lancaster and at the VFW post 9657. I treat all veterans without regards to their religious affiliation. I believe that we all work at the Lord's vineyard. I am currently volunteering my photographic services at the VFW Post 9657 in Rosamond. I am willing to travel 50 miles to take a veteran's photograph. After I take the photos, I process it in photoshop and donate an 8 x 10 color photo to the veteran. I donot charge for the photos, I shoulder all the expenses. The men in my family had always served in the military in times of war. It started with the Spanish American war with my grandfather, WWII with my father, Vietnam with my brother, and the First Iraqi war with my son. When my brother was in Vietnam, my mother went to Mass every single day. She worked two jobs, so she would go straight to church after her 2nd job. The mass would not start until 6 am, so she would sleep inside her van for a few hours and wait for the mass. To sustain herself, she would eat a small can of green beans or pork and beans. Well my brother, came out alive and in one piece. But he was not the teenage boy who graduated from Hollywood High School and went straight to Boot Camp. While he was i Vietnam, there were war protests all the time. It felt like society was not appreciating the soldiers. When we came to America, my father would sometimes mention that there is no remembrance or allowances made to the Filipino soldiers who suffered and died in WWII. Taking the photos and giving them a copy is my way of saying they are remembered,
  • Rosemary, 86 from Rosamond, CA
    86, Rosamond, CA
    Life. Happiness . Someone I can share things with such as fishing walking movies . I have 2 puppies. I love animals . I grew up on a farm in ALA. I WAS BROUGHT up in a Catholic home with mother and father and 1 sister. I live in rosamond ca. Because my son is at Edwards AFB. No children at home . One in ala. And one in Bagdad .