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  • Karen, 59 from Floyds Knobs, IN
    59, Floyds Knobs, IN
    The thought of starting a new relationship at this point in life is a bit daunting. But God wants us to be in relationships - with all the joys and sacrifice involved. I also genuinely miss having someone to share life's moments with. So, although daunting, I'm open to forging new friendships and hopefully finding the man who can help me feel complete. Right now my life is pretty simple. I devote a lot of time to my work. Too much actually. But I teach, and I let it consume lots of time and energy. When I'm not working, I love to spend time outdoors. I take long walks year-round. In the summer, I also enjoy bike riding and stand-up paddle boarding. I use my paddle board at Deam Lake State Recreation Area. This summer I'm thinking of doing more hiking than walking, which I think primarily will mean finding different places to walk. Any suggestions for good hiking venues in the mid-west? I like taking care of a home, and planning activities involving family and friends - which almost always revolve around big pitch-in meals. I tend to be somewhat reserved when there's a crowd, as I like listening to other people's stories more than telling my own. But I very much enjoy one-on-one conversations and learning about and sharing interests. Recently I find myself thinking about retiring from my current teaching job. I'm trying to discern how best to use the knowledge and experience I gained while studying at Saint Meinrad. Like most people at this stage, I'd like to spend more time volunteering or helping with parish activities; and of course traveling and doing fun things - especially outdoor activities that help maintain health and sanity. Occasional pilgrimages with Catholic travel groups could be interesting. But, regardless of the particular activities, what would be most important is having someone - a spouse and friend - to share it all with.