I'm very loyal, compassionate, passionate about life and try to find the beauty in all people. I love children and teenagers and can relate well to all. I have had teenage suppoert groups in the secular world with great blessings and success. Im mygroup of kids that came to my mome on a weekly basis, I was very open with them. They knew with my medical backround with several rotations in "Psych" in my career and my street savy that there wasn't alot they could put over on me. Hence when I relocared, my kids cried at my departing. They then revealed to me that the 8 kids that were doind "E" on a daily basis had ceased their habit because of my influence. I was very moved. I miss my kids. I miss working with teens. The love expressed to me was one of the most rewarding acts of love I had ever received. This was evident everynight they would leave by hugs and whispers of "I love you Aunti Jan" Soooo rewarding. How cool was that? As rewarding as the love I received from my terminal patients while working in "Terminal Oncology. " I find I can learn alot from older folks and love listening to their stories from a more simple time. I love the WW11 era and am intersted in Veterans since my father was a Navy-man. My father spent the majority of his time "The Fighting Lady" or the "USS YORKTOWN. " I love music of all types leaning more to hip-hop and jazz. Summerfest in Milwaukee is where one would find me in the summer.
I loved playing the piano which includes the "classics" at the request of my dear Mother on demand. One of the greatest acts of love for my dear mother was arriving several times a week and playing the poano for her, but not before bring her a good cup of gourmet Columbian coffee. My dream is to some day have my own miniature Baby Grand. I have been on a spiritual journey this last year and have come a long way! Our journey however is never ending. I'm very vivacious and love to dance. I love recieving flowers and love to send them. I have a tremendous capacity to love, be supportive, wether it would be my patients or people in my personal life. I am one of those nurses that went into the profession for the "right" reasons. . . . . to be empathetic and care for others the way they deserve to be cared for. I have worked in all capacities of nursing however the most rewarding was working in terminal oncology. As uncomfortable as it may sound, it is an honor to be able to minister to one that is at the end of their lives. I have had this "joy" as a gift from God to care for others since aproximately age 6. The joy continues to serve in any capacity I am needed. I wonder if there is still a man out there that can appreciate a woman that enjoyed that more simple time in life, when all seemed to be so normal in life, when values and ethics were treasured. I would love to find someone that feels the same. I am no longer a member on this site, but can recieve your mail. I am a "Catholic" and proud to be a member of the church. I would not try to change your religion so please respect mine. If "Catholics" are a personal issue for you, it may be best that you write to someone you may feel you are more compatible with. We are all lonely and are anxious to find our soulmate, however I have found that it is necessary to "Seek the kingdom of God" first before God will "grace" us with that person in our lives, hence I put it all in His hands. I may not be able to quote much of the Bible as many of you can, but try to live it everyday. Please Gentlemen, be careful. Eventhough this is a Christian site, I have been amazed with the immense problems people need to deal with before they will ever be ready for a relationship. Totally put your TRUST in God, and you will find her. Just as I hope to find my soulmate. Don't forget fun time, which is very important. . . . . . . . . and just DANCE your cares away!