I've just recently moved to Tennessee. . . On April 2002 my high school buds came to visit me and my son. One of my girlfriends pulled out her camera and took many pictures. The photos here were taken by her. The third picture was taken a few months ago here in Tennessee.
I love the Lord, #1, and my little boy. I enjoy life, have an entrepreneur spirit. I am very loyal, honest and trusting. I enjoy new things, but love the simple life. I enjoy being outdoors, taking walks, sitting around a fire and just talking. I love people, but am rather reserved at first. I'm NOT a "surface" person, my relationships with my family and friends are close with deep roots. I DON'T put my best foot forward, I try to be real from the start. . . best for everyone around. I love sports, but don't like playing head games, only causes confusion and hurt feelings. People say I'm pretty and although I do take care of myself, God gets much of the credit! I love my parents, (54+ years of marriage)and I have four brothers, so I'm a tomboy at heart. I love to be treated as a lady, the "old fashion" kind of way is just fine with me. I'm in no hurry to find that "Mr. Right, " but look forward to the day I do! I have always loved kids, enjoy being a mentor and friend to them. Now I have the biggest and best "job" of all. . . being a mom! I also enjoy sharing my faith when I feel God has opened that door. . . I often tell others that the closest some people come to reading a Bible is by reading me! I'm sure not perfect, but always strive to be better.
Outside of that certain "spark" that needs to happen before dating, I hope that "Mr. Right" loves the Lord, #1, as I do. He needs to have a Biblical view of a "relationship" and of marriage, to love his bride as Christ loves His church. I look very forward to doing the same, for I feel it does go both ways in God's eyes! He needs to love kids, especially my little boy if a future is in store. While my son is young I am very willing to consider relocating for the "right" man. I hope he enjoys reading, quiet nights of talking, getting outside to enjoy God's wonders, and sports! (I said I was a tomboy at heart, remember?) I love eyes and smiles, would like him to be taller than I am, physically fit, sincere and honest. . . all that God asks us to be to one another.
Finally, for now, I would like to meet a best friend that is willing to take his time and build a strong foundation of friendship before wanting to move forward. I also want it to be known that my divorce WAS on Biblical terms. I waited a long time to be married and was devastated when my husband decided to abandon me and our, just turned, one year old son, for a "friend" from his past. But, through it all, the wondering "why?" and what to do now, I have continued to lean on God for comfort and strength.