“Kountry Girl Type”
I am looking for a "Kountry Girl Type" who has those "Old Family Recipes" and knows how to use them. I don't mean just in the kitchen, I am referring to all areas of life and relationships.
Yes, I'm from the country, and proud of it. I AM NOT a "red neck" and do not enjoy being among them. I can put on my farmer bibed overalls or I can dawn a suit and rub elbows and hob knob with the rich and famous; although, I prefer the farmer bibs.
I grew up on the farm. My degree is in agricultural education; however, I have been in agricultural sales most of my life. I have also dabbled in real estate and residential construction. I maintain a class A commercial driving certificate and drive 18-wheelers as the need arises. I also hold a commercial pilot license.
Oh! Yes, did I forget to tell you I cook too? I am not a gourmet; however, I can hold my own when it comes to down home country food. My specialties include cornbread, turnip greens, sweet potatoes, purple hull peas, roast beef or pork. Top all this with a slice of my sweet potato pie and as we say in the country, "It’s so good it’ll make you slap your grandma". I also bake pies and cakes and of course this is all nonfattening. Now, if you believe that nonfattening part, I want to talk to you about selling you a bridge in Arizona.
The things written above are in no way to be misconstrued as boasting. My objective is not to impress but to give that "SPECIAL SOMEONE" a bird’s eye view of background and interest.
I hope to find, what most of us are looking for, that "SPECIAL PERSON". "Not a person I can live with, but a "SPECIAL PERSON", I can't live without." Have you ever love someone so much you just wanted to crawl inside their skin to be closer to them? That is the kind of "FOREVER LOVE" (I think this phrase originated in the movie, Tammy and the Bachelor, with Debbie Reynolds; however, it is still pertinent for me today.) I would like to find to make my life complete.
I am looking for that person whose smile I look forward to seeing each morning and again in the evening, especially after a long day battling the day-to-day elements of survival in this world. I want to hear the sound of her soft, calm and soothing voice, as we talk about our day over dinner. I would like to fulfill the days longing anticipation of her fragrance, exclusive only to her. I want to feel her touch telling me there is someone in this cold cruel world that cares and is there for me, as I will be for her, come what may. I am looking for that person who, without a word, instinctively knows what I am thinking. That person with whom I share such a bond thoughts are flashed between us like sound waves that cannot be seen even though millions are beaming around the world in milliseconds. IN SHORT, I am looking for that proverbial, and most of the time illusive, “Soul Mate”.
I hope to find someone who accepts and loves me for who and what I am. Putting on ares is something I detest. I subscribe to the Flip Wilson theory, "What you see, is what you get".
The thing, or things, a person is looking for is difficult to put into words; however, you usually know in your heart of hearts when you have found it.
I have often heard there is a time in everyone's life they must "COME OUT OF THE CLOSET". Most men, me included, do not want to admit we have a romantic side. We feel to "let down our guard" and admit such a thing is a sign of weakness and it also opens the door to being vulnerable, a trait most of us do not want to admit for fear of someone taking advantage of our feelings. All this being said, and as (what I hope is the Late Summer of My Life approaches) I have come to realize more and more the "ONLY THING" in this life that makes life worth living is "LOVE". I suppose I have ALWAYS BEEN and ALWAYS WILL BE a "CLOSET ROMANTIC". Well, that just about says it all about me. I have always been reluctant to put my thoughts into words but now that I have it feels as though the weight of the world is just a little lighter on my shoulders.
Well, the crop is planted. If there is someone out there, who feels the farm is worth plowing, jump on that proverbial tractor. Those of us who are fortunate enough to have grown up on the farm know you have to get on the tractor before you can hitch it to the plow. I look forward to hearing from you. Each time I open an email the thought flashes through my mind, “This email could possibly hold the key that changes the rest of my life”.
I hope each of us find the thing or things we are looking for, whether we can put them into words or not. At our stage in life, most of us have learned that intuition is something we should listen to and take heed of. As I said, most of us know when we find it. (IF IT DON’T COME EASY, YA BETTER LET IT GO!)
THE TWO(2)ITEMS BELOW ARE THINGS I HAVE READ ON OTHER PROFILES, BOTH ARE WORTHY OF OUR CONSIDERATION.
(1)On someone's profile, I read the following; however, I think they are right on target.
To Love someone is nothing...... To Be Loved by someone is something ......To Love and Be Loved by Someone is EVERYTHING.....
(2)Favorite Quote: by Sir James M. Barrie... "If you have it, you don't need to have anything else, and if you don't have it, it doesn't much matter what else you have." Its something that everyone searches for but seldom finds.....it's "Love"
In the words of Tim from the Christmas classic "A Christmas Carol" “May God Bless us, every one”.
Good luck to US ALL!!!!!!
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