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  • Patricia, 55 from Thunder Bay, CA
    55, Thunder Bay, CA
    I am kind, honest, affectionate and romantic woman. Working hard and like what i do. I like to cook and entertain my friends and family. Love to walk with my dog (Therapy dog...) Will tell you more about me if/when we meet ;) Would like to find a (good looking) practicing Catholic Man, a gentleman, with values, who cares about people, but also romantic and kind, to share my life with.
  • Marya, 32 from Thunder Bay, CA
    32, Thunder Bay, CA
    Hi. It's been quite a while since I've tried online dating, so here I am again! If you have any questions for me, I would be happy to answer. Thanks and take care!
  • Corrie, 36 from Thunder Bay, CA
    36, Thunder Bay, CA
    I'm passionate about both God and learning. I sometimes wonder if I can be a bit boring (isn't that a great selling point for me), since I can talk for hours about God and scripture and my life mostly revolves around work and increasing my education (I'll be a forever life long learner - it's the teacher in me). Maybe the right person won't find those qualities boring though. I do love the outdoors though and am thankful that I have the summers off to spend walking/hiking almost everyday. During the winter I prefer the indoors a little more since I'm a wuss when it comes to the cold (there I go selling myself again), but this past winter I did pick up curling and enjoyed finding an indoor winter activity. I am a convert to the Catholic faith and love sharing my story of how I found the fullness of the Catholic faith, but I do still hold my upbringing in the Pentecostal Church dear to my heart. Prayer is very important to me, so it's important that my future family is one that will pray together daily.
  • Gocha, 26 from Georgina, CA
    26, Georgina, CA
    I fear - despite the light that each day breaks far over the eastern horizon. I fear to look at people, to pluralize my thoughts, to cristalize my cowardice. I am afraid to break the glass that separates matter from spirit. I am afraid to face another mirror where in I see myself through different eyes, and desire desperately to have a different image, to be a flower, to be a cloud, to be from an unknown race. Yes, I am afraid of death. I would rather accept the life I know a little, and go rashing hour by hour into the incontrovertible. I lack the courage to die screaming, so my silence overflows in a slow peacemaking agony. I am frightened by the night that with pathetic solitude makes me discover the light as it is a conformity of resttless souls; a similitude of one to the other, equality of mind, patience, inequality, quietude, toleration, abundance, sin, prayers, constancey, sighs, dreams, insomnia, problems, war, peace, population, hunger, aire, discrimation... The poor songs and weering of life - some of whom radiate the truth. We all sleep, we all are guilty of miserie, we eat, we think, we are a connected necessity. And though we have in common our differences, we are totally unacquainted with each other. But our intuitions about each other are casual. I am afraid of night because in its I am not capable of waking to tell you that I love you. Because in its I am not capable of telling to this joyous God that I can forgive my enemy. Because in its I cannot understand you and tell you at the same time that I come from your own race. I am afraid of glimmering contrasts and I cannot learn to die unless I can disginguish them first. If I could call as truth my bad and good behavior. Would if it be possible to die for two different things at the same time. I will have to look for a more original way of life. May be a stronger inquietude capable of transmitting to my soul a vivid wish to think for a moment about death. It is difficult for me to avoid this fear, to fight against injustice and be a small reflex of the bauty of existence.
  • Martha, 55 from Dryden, CA
    55, Dryden, CA
    I am passionate about living out my life as a christian and look forward to some day meeting my lord Jesus Christ. The most influential experiences that I have had are meeting the poor,lonely and down and out people,they have taught me alot about life.
  • Kim, 38 from Thunder Bay, CA
    38, Thunder Bay, CA