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I am a happy lady who has a zest for life, especially after my breast cancer diagnosis three years ago. I am cancer free and blessed. I am quite active and am involved in many activities. However, I will make time for a gentleman who makes time for me. I enjoy going out with friends,...
First up, I respond much better to a message rather than just a like. It’s okay, My profile won’t bite. I am Tetsukai (props if you get it. No worries if you don’t.), full of love (seriously, lots and lots of love), exacting, determine, and intelligent. I am looking for fun people to get to...
Friends say I am loyal, intelligent, honest and hard working. Sounds all very boring. Want to laugh and have some fun, whatever that is. I am looking for someone to share some time with. Please do not text if you are unable to spell unless you have a valid reason. No fish, children or semi...
I am a Hodgkins Lymphoma survivor of 32 years. I have great insurance and go to the doctor when I need to. Lol. I am creative, funny and loveable and would love to find a caring, sensitive man to spend the rest of my life with. Traveling is always fun, as well as movies and eating out. How about...
I am a fifty six year old woman with many interests and hobbies, including roundhounding. I am a homebody by nature, but enjoy checking out different places. I love to go to the ocean parks, ponds, and lakes to collect minerals. I am good natured, patient, and low keyed. I enjoy the company of...
I am interested in meeting men who are sensitive and understanding to share my interests. I love to explore new towns, hike trails in state parks, watch movies, cook, paint in my studio, learn about history and science, and make others laugh!
Hello! I was diagnosed with brain cancer just over 3 years ago. After treatment and surgery, it is in remission. Based on the area where the operation was, the left pre-frontal cortex, I have very mild expressive speech aphasia, which basically means I can understand anything still but have...