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  • Ilene, 75 from Eugene, OR
    75, Eugene, OR
    After working in Portland for many years, I retired and moved to Eugene late last fall to be close to Springfield/Walterville family. I'm delighted to now have more free time for new adventures. I enjoy dining out, reading, performing arts, road trips, beach, hiking, and am open to new things. I'm a respectable, responsible, honest, sincere and happy lady who prefers to keep life simple and uncomplicated. Visiting new places and trying new things will be much more enjoyable if I'm not doing so alone. I'm in good health, young for my age, and stay slim and active. I haven't posted my picture because my long-time Portland boss has not retired yet.
  • Sandra, 72 from Eugene, OR
    72, Eugene, OR
    I enjoy retirement, helping others through volunteering, and spending time with friends and family. Enjoy sports, particularly UO football and softball. Hobbies are reading, playing cards and games, and occasional needlework. I enjoy dinner out occasionally and love trips to the Oregon Coast. Looking for companion for walking and other enjoyable activities. LTR possible.
  • Peggy, 61 from Eugene, OR
    61, Eugene, OR
    I am thankful to God for everyday of life. I enjoy going on adventures, walks, bike rides, camping, playing with my grand kids, listening to live music, playing music, singing and dancing. Hikes, swimming and sunsets are fun. I look forward to going to daily Mass when possible. I'm looking for a good, kind, honest, clean, hardworking and playing, peaceful, mellow man with high morals, and integrity to share the rest of my life with.
  • Bethany, 29 from Eugene, OR
    29, Eugene, OR
    I am a catechumen in the Ukrainian Catholic Church converting from the protestant church where I was a ministry leader. My journey to High Church is very special to me and I am seriously in love with my faith. I look forward to where God takes me in the future and especially what ways He chooses to use my past experiences, training and charisms. I am currently attending a private Liberal Arts College where I am studying Philosophy with a bit of Theology, Western Civilization, Art and Sciences. I am immensely interested in studying what it is to be a human - made in the Divine Image of God and philosophy serves to further that study. In my down-time I am a writer, a reader, and love taking long walks. I am a people-person and have studied Christian Counseling. I particularly love working with youth and children. I believe that we are called to love each other first and foremost and we have just this one chance - this one lifetime - to learn how to love. Therefore I live to love passionately, openly, warmly, and wisely.
  • Michelle, 62 from Eugene, OR
    62, Eugene, OR
    I was baptized as an infant and attended CCD classes and vacation Bible school until about 12 years of age. My Mom divorced my Dad before I was two years old, and when she was only 18. I didn't meet my Dad until I was 10 years old. I began to visit him in the summers, and he was influential in leading me away from the Church into New Age occult practices. I spent the next 30 years "searching for myself" as they say. For a while I tried different protestant Churches. Then I began reading self-help books, took workshops, learned astrology, wore crystals, and went to listen to the wisdom of channelers, among other things. When I went to graduate school at the University of Oregon, I dropped all such practices and was "unchurched" for at least 10 years. Then in a way I can't explain, I kept getting a recurring thought to go back to Church, to go back to the Catholic Church. It took three years before I acted on that thought and called a priest. That was in March of 2007. The priest I called was a Dominican. We set up an appointment, and that was that. I had to learn all over again how to be Catholic. But spending most of my life away from the Church had shown me all the ways that people can go wrong--even when they're desperately searching for what is right. I just fell into the arms of Mother Church and wanted to learn all she had to teach. At one point, I was feeling very sorry and unworthy for many terrible sins in my life. In tears I opened my Bible "randomly" right to the story of the prodigal son. I almost couldn't believe it. My pastor helped me with an annulment of my marriage to the father of my 3 children. 2 years ago, my second husband died. Today, the Holy Eucharist is the source and summit of my life. I try to attend Mass daily. I love our Lord, our Blessed Mother, a lot of angels and saints, and our Church. I volunteer a lot of my time with parish activities and a local Catholic charity where I help with accounting. I'm just trying to discern if God has a man he wants me to meet...
  • Lanai, 36 from Eugene, OR
    36, Eugene, OR
    A devoted mama to one spunky 5-year-old, I have been blessed beyond measure by God's love and mercy. Though I intermittently attended Protestant services growing up, I never felt like I was drawn to any particular denomination over another and had never been baptized. While visiting some out-of-state Catholic friends a few years ago, I had the great fortune to attend Mass for the first time in my life. The impact was like no other - the Holy Spirit was so much more palpable there than any other Christian service I had ever witnessed, and I knew I was home. Following that encounter, I began attending Mass weekly, then enrolled in RCIA, which culminated in my baptism and confirmation in the Catholic Church. I love to grow in my faith and look forward to meeting a charismatic and confident, yet humble and kind gentleman, who inspires me spiritually and ignites a passion in me through his passion for his faith.
  • Diane, 72 from Eugene, OR
    72, Eugene, OR
    I am a person who loves the Lord and want the same in a partner. I lost my husband 21/2 years ago. And I still have a lot of love in my heart to give for the right person. I'm fun and enjoy life. I have a great sense of humor. I love the outdoors. I love to camp, hike, fish, bike ridding, and taking a walk holding hands. I enjoy movies. I'm easygoing and love anew adventure. I'm a very young for my age. I have been told many times that I'm younger than what I am. I'm an old soul with a young heart.
  • Janet, 63 from Eugene, OR
    63, Eugene, OR
    Passionate about living life to it's fullest Enjoying each day that God has given us! I'm adventurous and I love to do things. My Church members are my support. And The Good Lord Helps me. I love gardening,hiking,fishing,and traveling.
  • Katharine, 22 from Eugene, OR
    22, Eugene, OR
    Hello, CM land! To be honest, I've never been very good at these "describe yourself" things, but I will do my best. I'm the kind of person who will (usually) let someone else control the car radio even if I don't like the music being played, because I want them to have a good time. I give 110% at work every day, and then I relax by going home and geeking out over a nerdy show and/or writing. My original academic plan was to pursue a Bachelor's of English, but God keeps pulling me (kicking and screaming) towards the social sciences...specifically, Economics and Psychology. Either way, my ultimate dream is to write young adult fantasy novels which can follow in the footsteps of JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis by using the fantasy world to introduce/reinforce Christian values in today's youth. I'm kind of attached to my single independence, but I should warn you that I'm very old-fashioned when it comes to courtship and marriage. I believe there is something beautiful in giving up a career in the world to be a stay-at-home Mom. It would be difficult, and I fully expect to go through a period of sadness if/when the day comes that I need to leave the workforce, but God willing I would do it. There's lot more I'd like to say here, but I've chosen to break it up amongst the rest of my answers. If you want to chat, please don't be shy. I look forward to getting to know you.
  • Cristina, 46 from Eugene, OR
    46, Eugene, OR
    I'm divorce and I have two wonderful children. My youngest is in high school and he lives with me full time. I'm feeling lonely so I decide to look for a friend or a potential husband :) I enjoy walking holding hands, and dancing. I like to travel, shopping, help people, I like romantic surprises. I go to church on Sundays, I'm shy and I still need to work in my English, I like passionate kisses and movies. I will show you more pictures if you are interested to know me better.
  • Liesl, 47 from Eugene, OR
    47, Eugene, OR
  • Megan, 25 from Eugene, OR
    25, Eugene, OR
    Striving to see the beauty in each person, place, and situation is integral to my very core. I love being out in nature and exploring new places. It is in nature that feel closest to God and do my best praying. I recently started traveling/moving a lot for work, which has so far turned out to be an exciting adventure. I'm living in OR now, but this is my first time living (or even visiting) the west coast. I'm originally from PA and have lived all but the last 2 years of my life there.