25, La Fayette, NY
I'm a mostly mature, strong and independent woman who loves family and faith and life. I've done the travel/live/appreciate the single life for the past several years and while I'm happy where I'm at, ultimately I want to start a home and a life and a family with a Godly man.
My family is large, loud Catholic. We joke that we are like Big Fat Greek Wedding without the Greek. When I was 12 my Dad started his own business. I grew up learning the value of physical work and the benefits of being your own boss. I currently work with his company and manage the office/keep the books. I enjoy it and look forward to beginning investments of my own.
I spend the majority of my free time outdoors. I am interested in sustainable living/self sufficiency and have spent the past few years growing a large garden while I troubleshoot through growing and preserving food. One day I'd love to be able to feed my husband and kids from food we grew on land we own. I think a return to the earth and an awareness of nature is a missing facet in today's society and I hope to be able to share my love of the earth with my children one day.
I travel to hike/camp for the most part. I spend a lot of time in the Adirondack park where I'm working on my 46 high peaks or at my family's cabin in Canada, but I occasionally take a trip to a city and enjoy the culture (theater, opera, food) immensely! Most recently I went to World Youth Day in Poland and it was a great experience.
I go to daily mass when I can and am very active in the local young adults group: I coordinate a bi-weekly young adults adoration and run a youth group at my parish. My faith is the center of everything and easily the biggest influence on my life and I'm looking for that in a man.
Driven, leader, good listener, excellent cook and super-awesome-babe are how some have described me ;) I love the Lord, love life and I'd like to meet someone who does too.
**Experience has forced me to add that if you are more than 10 years older than me please do NOT contact me. When you are closer in age to my father than me, I get a little weirded out.**