Never been married gentle natured listening encouraging love talking need rescuing. I am planning on taking time for me if this recession leads to time off work. My focus will be on moving back to my house, starting a garden, watching sunrises and sunsets, taking long walks, and possibly spending time with you. Smile. It is amazing to see how God has been in control of my life. He has given me opportunities never imagineable. I pray that God meets my next goal to have a family of my own. Besides this, I have achieved every goal. I'm not asking for the perfect soul mate, but the soul mate perfect for me. I expect my family will stink like others; my kids will hate me at times; stress will require time outs; and I will have to forgive and ask for forgiveness often; . . . but that we will love each other with aching and inseparable hearts. I would love to have my own children and I'm trusting that God will perform that miracle too. Alot has happened in the past 3 years. I've moved to Birmingham for new opportunities in my career. Stood up against harassment and was given permission to change employers with a promotion of the state's largest architectural project. Smile - all only possible thru God. I've met alot of single girl friends (not alot of single "never been married" guys out there). I'm completing my first (bigger than me) carousel horse. I've tried to upload the picture. Guess SingleC didn't think it looked like me. I still love to travel. Give me a reason and I might make one of my weekend trips visiting you and your church. I'm thinking about flying out to the Rose Parade. Meet you at the staging of the orchid horse. May God bless you to His glory!2004 Diary:Why is it that men gravitate towards the helpless girl. I am not that type. I feel like I'm right on track with God. I'm strong in many ways yet would love to accept and support the strengths of a great Godly man. My simple joys in life come froma productive day at work, a few hours fellowshipping with family, quiet walks around my town. My entertainment usually consists of cleaning/ cooking while watching a movie. I love to travel. . . but rarely have the time. I enjoy yardwork, mainly because I crave excercise after a day in the office. A great week revolves around God blessing my Sunday School class (12 yr. olds). I love serving the Lord through construction - whether through Habitat for Humanity, Carpenters for Christ, or volunteering design services for churches and non-profit organizations. I have a passion for helping others down on their luck but motivated to improve their situation. In contrast, I believe in being tough to one's good. You don't work - you simply don't eat. No sympathy for moochers. I consider myself comparitively content to America's standards today. My goal is to be debt free (. . . . asap :) and preferrably stay so. I ask my Father to greatly enlarge my territory through this. I believe in unconditional love and supporting a man's headship of a family both physically and spiritually. God has blessed me with the gift of discernment and I'm appreciative of honesty and sincerity. Constructive wit can be such a delight (No "Weakest Link" competitions:) I don't consider myself above average in intellect, talents, looks, history etc. . . , but I do know that through Christ all things are possible . . . and have been possible in my life. I hate to see talent put to waste . . . . . laziness is the ultimate shame. Simplicity is a reward in its self. And yes, bald is beautiful!