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Abby, 25


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Hi! My name is Abby. I am never married christian caucasian woman without kids from United States, Illinois, Rockford. Now I'm looking for new relationships. I want to meet a man, love of my life.


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  • No No


    Woman. 42 years old. Zodiac sign: Aries.

    Looking for: man. In age: 35-44

    Hi! My name is No No. I am never married other caucasian woman with kids from Rockford, Illinois, United States. Now I'm looking for new relationships. I want to meet a man, love of my life.

  • Naynay


    Woman. 35 years old. Zodiac sign: Libra.

    Looking for: man. In age: 20-40

    Hi! My name is Naynay. I am divorced spiritual but not religious caucasian woman with kids from Rockford, Illinois, United States. Now I'm looking for new relationships. I want to meet a man, love of my life.

  • Pat


    Woman. 50 years old. Zodiac sign: Sagittarius.

    Looking for: man. In age: 47-57

    UPDATE - If you're interested in flirtation indefinately via text, ***, etc., but without the goal of actually meeting at some point, then please don't waste either of our time - my time is way too valuable to me to waste on endlessly flirting in cyberspace vs actually meeting in person to see if there's any chemistry/connection. That would fall into the 'no games' policy. don't misunderstand - I enjoy being playful and flirtatious (appropriately, of course) when there's a mutual attraction. But if it never moves beyond that, then I'm not the one for you. And it tells me that, A) You're a player and I'm not interested, B) Your ego needs something that I'm not interested in fulfilling, or C) You're too insecure to meet in the real world vs hiding behind the laptop/cell ph....Sorry, just want to be clear - in case I wasn't clear before :) Hi, honesty, sincerity, ability to communicate & share things emotionally, laughing & enjoying fun activities & events together, resolving issues & conflicts in a positive, healthy way, not a "player" are a few of the things I'm seeking in someone. .. I'm not into 'serial daters' or playing emotional games for sure. Jealously & possessiveness are also turn-offs.The person I'd be interested in should have confidence, but not over-confident and arrogant. Dislikes are pretentious and superficial people, lying, game playing, saying 1 thing & doing another...actions will always speak louder than words.I'm genuine, upfront and honest, and I'd expect the same in return - no pretenses, no high maintenance drama...been there, done that. Have got no time or tolerance for it.I like to have fun but can be serious, too, when the situation calls for it, but life is too short to sweat the small stuff. I like taking day or weekend trips to the beach, mtns, quaint towns, anywhere - and being active -; tailgating :), whatever. Romance & spontaneity are very important parts of a rel'ship for me. I enjoy being romantic passionate, and adventurous and would love my date to be also....passionateThe person I'd be attracted to will be someone whose faith is important to them and guides their major life decisions. Open, honest communication is a must - someone who can share and express their feelings openly. Of course there would have to be physical chemistry,looks are important, but by no means are they the most important quality that I look for. I want to walk through life's journey together with that special person & to be more than 'best friends' or 'soulmates', but to be like 2 individual pieces of a puzzle that, when we connect, we'll know that we 'fit' in that special, unique, rare way - we'll make each other whole and complete in a way that we've not experienced before finding each other - that's hard to find but I'm sure it can happen more than just once in a lifetime....I'll say that my divorce was based on the biblical grounds for divorce - adultery - on his part. While this was of course an extremely painful situation to walk through, I was able to grow even closer in my walk with the Lord and experience His grace, healing and faithfulness, even when others fail us and are not faithful. My will was not to divorce, and I did everything possible to keep our marriage and family intact - however, it takes both partners to want to restore the marriage relationship and allow God to heal and change unhealthy behaviors - so I had no choice but to let him go. Have grown more intimate in my relationship with Him - there are abundant blessings even in the most difficult of circumstances. Our peace and joy are not dependent on our circumstances, trials, etc, but on God's character and our intimacy with Him in the midst of the storms. I've always known that, but have come to know it in a deeper way through the storm of divorce.Be Still and Know that I am God - Psalm 46:10Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths; Do not be wise in your own eyes; Fear the LORD and depart from evil; It will be health to your flesh and strength to your bones - Prov. 3 v.5-8. That would depend on who you are and our common interests!!Once we've communicated enough via *** feel that we have a potential connection, chemistry, etc., (we wouldn't be meeting otherwise!),then it really doesn't matter so much what we do, as long as we get the chance to get together and talk, get to know more about each other....

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