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A little about me...
I am a hopeless romantic, who is always trying to make people laugh. In the past I rarely had the opportunity to go anywhere, or do anything. So I am GREATLY looking forward to the next phase of my life. I want to go to shows and concerts, travel, learn to dance (if you know how - teach me, if you don't let's learn together). About two years ago I started volunteering at the Southeastern PA Veterans/ Center about 25 hours a week (in their Alzheimer Dementia wing)). Never having served always bothered me - so now I serve those who served. I enjoy all types of music, from the VH1 Top 20 countdown (that I watch every Sat morning), to a willingness to listen to anything. I’m a Philly pro team sport phanatic. I have 4 children. The younger two I have 2 nights a week, and every other weekend. I also have a 4 year old Granddaughter, and a 3 week old Grandson. They are the most important part of my life. For my daughter's wedding (5/25/2013), I am now down to a 32" waist! :) Looking for someone to help me achieve "athletic/toned." None of my pictures reflect that yet.
About the one I'm looking for...
I am looking for a Best Friend, a Wife, a Lover, a Partner In Crime lol, someone to have great conversation and coffee with.in the morning whether we are just getting up or just getting in, :) a woman who is romantic, affectionate, funny, honest, happy, sincere and passionate. She should be passionate about her partner, her family, her career, and her friends. She is someone who is not afraid to try new things.
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If you smoke or don't have a photo please don't respond.
On December 20th I received a special recognition when Major General Wesley E. Craig, the Adjutant General Pennsylvania National Guard, honored me with a coin. For those with limited military knowledge, coining is a practice in the military of awarding a medallion in recognition of special achievement and those receiving a coin are receiving a very high honor. The General said that mine was for volunteering over 1,200 hours, at the center, in 18 months. Yesterday (April 27th), the SEPA Veterans’ Center had their annual luncheon to thank and recognize the many volunteers. My daughters Jenn and Elizabeth were there, as well as, my Granddaughter Noelle. The Commandant brought up each of us with over 1,000 total lifetime hours, and presented us with a Certificate of Service. As I went to sit down they told me to wait. The guest speaker, RADM (Rear Admiral) Joseph C. Hare, USN (ret.), stood up and presented me his personal – Department of the Navy – coin. He said that I had volunteered the most hours for 2012 – 869 hours.
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