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  • Anne, 60 from Lyndon, KY
    60, Lyndon, KY
    I'm an exciting, beautiful, intelligent, loving, auburn-haired beauty with a great personality still looking for Mr. Right. I may be 60, but I can pass for 50 any day. I converted to catholicism in 2002, and was confirmed that year along with my eldest son. (I guess we sort of came on the family plan.) I love quiet evenings in, as well as an exciting evening out. I enjoy dancing, walks on the beach, traveling, fine dining, and just staying home talking with friends. I love snuggling in front of a fireplace, watching a magnificent sunrise, and enjoying the beauty of the stars on a cold night from high on the mountain tops. If you're looking for someone to share special moments with, someone to whisper with late at night, and maybe, someone to just laugh with, then send me a note. I would like to find someone with a real zest for living, the kind of person that doesn't set limits on what might be fun to do next. I have traveled to the ends of the earth (well, at least lived for a time as far away as Europe and the orient), flown hot-air balloons as a hobby, been a ballroom dancer, seen Baryshnikov on-stage, para-sailed in the Caribbean, appeared in a few movies over the years, eaten a lot of really weird and exotic foods (some of which I wish I hadn't), studied crystallography (wanna try and guess what that is?), modeled wedding gowns, watched the sunset over Mt. Aso on New Years Eve,and done tunnel diving (Anybody else out there even know what that is?) If you think that you are the kind of man that might like having some one with some rather rare and unusual, not to say perhaps, daring expectations of life and what constitutes living, then please, feel free to drop me a line and say
  • Elizabeth, 60 from Louisville, KY
    60, Louisville, KY
    I have a deep sense of community and truely care about people. I love my family and friends and enjoy my job in the healthcare profession. I enjoy kids, animals, nature, all kinds of sports and various kinds of music. I am an animal lover with 2 dogs, and 2 cats at home ! Though I love dogs a little bit more. I am also crazy about horses! I can be somewhat shy, but once you get to know me I can be talkative, funny and outgoing. I have spent a great deal of life invested in learning and therefore have not really made the time to develop a meaningful relationship and ultimately get married. I have a very deep faith in which I was very involved in music ministry as a cantor for years at my church in Memphis,TN. I believe that God has a plan for my life and in everything I do. I am hoping to find my very best friend with whom I can share my faith, hopes, and dreams with...
  • Ann, 77 from Louisville, KY
    77, Louisville, KY
    Currently I am passionate about starting a Bereavement Ministry at my parish. We give great attention to Baptisms, First Communions, Graduations, Marriages but other than the wake, funeral Mass and the meal afterwards.
  • Charlene, 65 from Louisville, KY
    65, Louisville, KY
    I am a 65 year old Catholic woman looking for a good Catholic man. I have been a widow for six years now. I work in a Catholic elementary school for 16 years as secretary to the Principal. I have two grown married children and two granddaughters. I like to travel especially down to sunny places. I love to watch sports, especially football. I look forward to meeting someone and hopefully our relationship will bloom into something special. I might not be your first date, your first kiss, your first love but hopefully I can be your last everything.
  • Marybeth, 67 from Prospect, KY
    67, Prospect, KY
    After losing my husband suddenly two years ago I realized each day is a gift. I try to live my life that way and try not to sweat the small stuff - it's not really that important. My family is the most important thing to me and I live my life knowing that we never know when we will be called home but I want to always have a clear conscious that I've done to others as I would have them do to me. I don't have time for superficial people - my biggest life lesson was when tragedy strikes you really find out who your friends are. I miss going to the movies and out to dinner with someone and would like to find a companion to share in those leisure time activities. I work a lot of hours so I don't have to be alone and would like to slow down just a bit. My little granddaughter is the light of my life. I enjoy traveling and there's a lot I need to see before I die!
  • Sarah, 66 from Bardstown, KY
    66, Bardstown, KY
    My friends and family would describe me as kind, friendly, introspective and fun. Although I enjoy other people I am often not comfortable with small talk, especially it involves gossip or talking only to be talking. My preferences are conversations where I am learning about the other person or a subject that is new to me, sharing an experience or feeling or having fun. Once I know someone I talk more freely. I have been fortunate in all of my work endeavors. My career was social services and while it was not always a happy profession I loved working with people, especially teenagers and young adults, and retired only because of having to commute 2 hours a day. The last several years I have worked in a a religious institution two days a week and I volunteer at an animal adoption organization. I wouldn't be at either place if they weren't fulfilling. I was married for 21 years and we did not have any children. The divorce was difficult, but I do not have any animosity toward my exhusband nor do I have any contact with him. This was my only marriage. The most influential people in my life, those who had a part in forming me, are my family. I had excellent relationships with both of my parents and my older three siblings. Of these people only a brother and a sister are alive and both live in St. Louis. I visit them several times a year and each year share family vacations with my brother. I have neices and nephews, and their families, some in the same town as where I live, and I am close to them. My greatest interests are connecting with people, being outside, reading, gardening, listening to music, human behavior and animals. I enjoy museums and plays, but seldom go because I don't have a friend to share them with and the opportunities are limited in the town where I live. Until eight years ago I lived on a nonworking farm and I miss that rural life. I now live in the heart of a small town and am surprised at how much I also like that setting. I think that I might be happy in a city if I lived in an older and established neighborhood.
  • Donna, 63 from Louisville, KY
    63, Louisville, KY
    I am passionate about living...........and don't want to waste any time. I want every day to have meaning because I share it with my life partner. I want to spend my time, my resources, and my talents with people I love and appreciate, and I always try to leave people better than I found them. I'm the kind of woman that will drive you to the airport at 4 a.m and leave a sexy note in your luggage, telling you I'm thinking of you. I'll make the popcorn, and we can sit on the couch and watch a movie together. You'll never go hungry, because I'm an award winning cook, and will let you help in the kitchen :) The most influential person in my life was my Grandmother. She was the most giving, loving person, and fed every kid in the neighborhood, and I learned most of my cooking skills from her. Gardening in the summer, and attending wine tastings, antiquing, day trips, walking in the park, or riding a bicycle are all favorite things to do when time permits, I love seeing new places, and meeting new people. Or, a quiet weekend just relaxing on the deck or roasting marshmallows, with good conversation, is a great combination.
  • Ann, 78 from Louisville, KY
    78, Louisville, KY
    - I am passionate about my family and friends. I look forward to having an active, social day. - My deceased husband has been influencial to me, and my son, Mike has been influencial as well. - I enjoy social time with my friends and my family.
  • Cheryl, 66 from Louisville, KY
    66, Louisville, KY
    I love music and art, traveling, walks in the woods, working outside, cozy evenings by a fire inside ot outside, animals, sharing my days with someone meaningful. I enjoy all four seasons which is why I moved back to Kentucky from the Southwest. I guess one would say I like adventures having moved to New Zealand and working there for a while. Although I was born in Minnesota Ive lived in states around the great lakes as well as those with the Western Rockies. I lived around Colorado Springs for a while right under Pikes Peak. I still work almost full time but would like to retire and spend time with my the outdoors, walking in the woods looking for spring flowers, art, music, animals and share interests with a special person in my life... Not necessarily in that order! HA! My latest passion is wood carving. I must admit my nemesis is learning to sharpen my tools! Im always afraid Im going to ruin them! I do like riding my mule and horse. Peaches, my mule, is from Arizona and we used to ride all over Monument near Tucson. Mostly now I just hug her and give her kisses. She isnt afraid of anything... Rattlesnakes, mountain lions, bob cats.... But just can seem to get used to armadillos! I like working with my hands.i used to help my dad make muzzleloaders. That was his hobby. Probably where I got my interest in carving. We also went hunting together. We used to have venison, elk and antelope every year to eat. But I must say now wouldnt want to shoot a deer anymore. We also liked to go fishing a lot. I grew up around water so fishing was always an option. I inherited my dads fishing gear and tools when he passed away. Family and friends are important to me. Although my family is spread across the States we stay in touch and help each other out. Being half Italian I love cooking Italian dinners and especially love baking biscotti. Meeting new people is something I really enjoy. Im like my father.... Ive never met a stranger. Ive kinda searched all my life for my "soul mate" for lack of a better word. I think a person has more than one good fit out there... It seems Ive not made good choices sometimes. Guess its because I like most folks I meet and like to think I see something special in everyone...
  • Rose, 67 from Louisville, KY
    67, Louisville, KY
    I am passionate about my family, my friends and my faith. The career I entered into, rather unexpectedly. made a huge impact on my life. A few of the things I enjoy in my leisure time would be walking, dancing, paddle tennis, swimming, boating with my family, exercise, bridge, reading and dining out with good friends,
  • Karen, 60 from Louisville, KY
    60, Louisville, KY
  • Jules, 69 from Louisville, KY
    69, Louisville, KY
    This is the best time in my life, and I would like to share it with a special man who is a trustworthy friend, loyal companion, and romantic partner. Friends describe me as classy and sophisticated; I am also grounded, down-to-earth, and secure. I was born and grew up in Louisville, KY, moved away in 1980 and returned as a widow in 2012. I am retired after a career in academia and the public sector. I believe relationships work well when, in addition to chemistry and the intangibles, a couple shares values & interests. Some values: Compassion (toward self and others, and being able to give & receive compassion); belief & trust in God; social justice; simplicity & non-materialism (I'm a minimalist at heart); integrity; freedom; mindfulness; respect for nature & protecting the environment; & doing something to make our community, country & world a better place. Some interests: Art & architecture; progressive politics & public policy; stimulating conversation; literature & poetry; movies; the performing arts; classical music; & travel (local, national & international). In my 20s, I served in the Peace Corps, which helped me become a "citizen of the world" & sparked my lifelong love of travel and cross-cultural adventures. I have traveled in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the South Pacific, but not Latin America yet. The man I would like to meet doesn't have to be a "Renaissance man" per se, but I'd like someone with comparable depth and breadth of life experiences. I am looking for a well-educated man with an intellectual bent, who likes stimulating conversations on all types of topics. Life is too short not to try to experience joy and discovery of something new each day. Also, I find that a sense of humor and being able to be playful helps with the inevitable "rubs" and irritations in relationships and life.