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Age : 37
Birthday: Nov 15, 1978
Sexual Preference: BiSexual
Relationship Status: Single
Looking For: Friendship, A Relationship, Legal Help, Donations
My Religion: Non Denominational
Highest Level of Education: College
Hometown: Grapevine TX
I got into trouble when I was 15 years old and have been incarcerated ever since. I'm appealing my case, but, with no family to support or inspire me, the road before me presents a lonely journey. I would love to have someone to talk to who is sincere, who believes in rehabilitation and positive growth. I seek genuine, stimulating friendships to have motivating and thought-provoking conversations with, without the necessity of pretense or games.
I'm outgoing, optimistic, ambitious and understanding with an excellent sense of humor. I have a sensual, passionate spirit with an unrestrained ardor and drive for life, love, and friendships. I'm fiercely loyal, dependable and compassionate, maintaining a positive attitude knowing that mistakes in life can become valuable lessons to future growth.
I'm down to earth, a voracious reader with very diverse tastes; painting, poetry, drawing, the arts, music, animals, science and culinary arts all interest me. I love to have good-hearted fun in general; anything involving water/the outdoors, wildlife, concerts, museums and travel all spark my interest. I have an unquenchable thirst for learning new things.
I long to meet someone with mutual desires and aspirations who share the same outlook on life. I also seek encouraging and supportive friendships who can sympathize with a lonely soul who is down on her luck; someone who can help find the light in a dark situation.
Yes, I have made mistakes; my address speaks for itself, but my soul speaks volumes. First you must take the time to listen and get to know me -- heart, character and spirit.
An old poet said it best: "Lost, yesterday, somewhere between sunrise and sunset, two golden hours, each set with sixty diamond minutes. No reward is offered, for they are gone forever."
Time is wasting: write me soon.
Here's one last thought for the day: "Life is too short to wake up with regrets, so love the people who treat you right. Forget the ones who don't. Believe that everything happens for a reason. If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said life would be easy, they just promised it would most likely be worth it."
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Favorite TV Show
I'd rather read a book
"This too shall pass."
Slow jams, Rock
Those who are still pure of heart in an unkind world.