I love animals and living in the country. I would like to have a large family. I grew up in a large family. I have 2 sisters and 3 brothers, all younger than me. I also have dozens of cousins, so having a large family seems normative to me and family with less than like 5 kids seems lonely to me. I would like someone who lives intentionally. Someone who doesn't just do something because that's what everyone does.
I tend to be pretty quiet and reserved until I get to know you. I have a hard time expressing myself sometimes.
Some of my favorite books are: The Bible, Total Truth, To Kill A Mockingbird, Family-Friendly Farming, The Have-More Plan, Return to Modesty, Forbidden Love, What If America Was A Christian Nation Again?, The Real Abraham Lincoln, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, Mere Christianity, The Great Divorce, I Kissed Dating Goodbye, anything by Gene Stratton-Porter, and anything by Grace Livingston Hill. Some of my favorite movies are: To Kill a Mockingbird, Bringing Up Baby, The Yearling, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, You Can’t Take It with You, Captain Courageous, Kim, and Father Goose.
My favorite music artists are Twila Paris, Selah, Marty Robbins, and Johnny Cash. I like a lot of other artists as well. I have a very varied taste. I like animals a lot. Someday I hope to have a self-supporting farm to live on.
I like to garden, knit, read, do archery and research family history. One of my favorite TV shows is Monk
I was homeschooled until I went to college and now I have my AA in accounting. I plan to homeschool my children when I have them someday. I don’t think it is necessary to go to college to succeed in life and I don’t think it should be something that you just automatically do.
I was born in Western WA. I have spent most of my life living in Central WA.
I have visited all of the western states except Montana. The places out of state I have visited the most are Denver, Co and Idaho County, ID. I have family in Denver and there's a camp in Idaho that I loved.
The last real trip I took was when I went to Murphy, CA with my grandparents. I went down there to do some genealogical research on my great-great grandfather who was born there. I didn't find anything, but I did have fun. We stayed in a RV park at the fairgrounds where they have the frog jumping contest every year that Mark Twain wrote about. We went to several museums and got to see Big Trees Park.