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45 F Fort Mill, SC

My Details

Last Online
Nov 28, 2008
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body Type
Not at all
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from two-year college
Banking / Finance
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has kids
Has dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)

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My self-summary
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I'm a daughter, a sister, a mother, and an aunt. Not a grandmother (yet.) Out of all, I'm best at the mother part. My kids are so cool... when I grow up, I wanna be just like 'em. With a cleaner room.

I'm currently my own match at 97%, and friend at 95%. 0% enemy, which came as a bit of a surprise. I'm planning a vacation with myself soon.

My biggest weaknesses are children, animals, the desserts listed below, naps when it's cold and rainy, and that ladder in my photo. I take it everywhere.

I am genuine, inquisitive, and empathetic
What I’m doing with my life
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I volunteer much of my free time to rehabilitating or raising wildlife. Usually I just end up with orphaned babies, but if you don't like animals, we won't understand each other!

I've gotten enough questions about the specifics of this that I'll elaborate:

No, I don't care for songbirds or raptors. I'd need a federal permit, which requires that you work under another bird rehabber for 2 years before you can do it on your own. All of the training would be volunteer and all of the rehabbing would be volunteer, and I only have SO much time to volunteer, so...

I care for the wild mammal species (no domestics) that are legal to rehabilitate in NC (technically I live just over the state line next to Tega Cay, SC.) North Carolina makes it illegal to rehab RVS (rabies vector species,) so even the orphaned babies are euthanized by animal control if the authorities are notified. The greatest loss there is with raccoons, as they're found more often than, say, foxes and bobcats. Plus they're REALLY smart, charming critters. I do know a lady in SC who rehabs foxes and bobcats... I've seen her arms, too. Tough chick! So I rehab or raise grey squirrels, flying squirrels, cottontails, and opossums. The baby opossums are really adorable and that species is by far the most misunderstood of the bunch. Poor opossums... they hang out looking for the same foods as raccoons, but the raccoons knock over trash cans & run away quickly. So when the lights come on the opossums appear guilty of vandalism. And opossums REALLY don't want to fight, so they just open their mouths in hopes that the impressive show of teeth will get you to leave them alone. The babies I raise stay so clean until the moment of release that they're very pretty in an opossum kinda way. They love to sleep in makeshift hammocks. While they're on formula, baby opossums have to be tube fed. Do not try this at home.

No, I'm not a PETA member or even a vegetarian, though I don't eat a lot of meat because I MUCH prefer chocolate. Or ice cream. And I'm not opposed to hunting if people eat what they kill. I don't get hunting for "sport" (you have a gun, they don't... no sport in that.) That was just for clarification because I do get questions from hunters, too...

Flying squirrels ROCK! I'm told that they live everywhere the greys to, but we don't see them much because they're small, fast, and nocturnal.

Baby cottontails are not NEARLY as fun to raise as people think. Damn cute coming in, but very uncooperative at times. They're also prone to fatal digestive problems. If found in the wild (in their nest), they're usually best left alone- Mom only feeds at dusk and dawn and probably hasn't abandoned them.

Baby grey squirrels are ALWAYS hungry and take well to a bottle. There's a reason they're adjusting to urban sprawl so well; they're smart and they're tough! But if you ever have a baby walk right up to you with a "Will you be my mommy?" attitude, take it literally. They're not likely to carry rabies but often end up orphaned in a nest 40 feet from the ground. They weigh the options of starvation or a very big first step, and many choose to jump. They can only hope a nice person finds them rather than a pit bull.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Jack of all trades, master of none.

I'd really like to learn Spanish, but right now I sound a lot like this guy:
The first things people usually notice about me
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My eyes and my smile :D
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books- NOT romance novels. Movies- At the moment my favorite is Boondock Saints. Music- Impossible to list here. Food- Chinese, Ameri-Mexican, cheesecake, chocolate, ice cream (have to space those last three out a bit.) Not a fan of fast food.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My children... I have 6 of 'em. Kidding... Son is 18, daughter is 14.

And Jim from Alabama! How have I survived for 38 years without him? Thanks for the edit, Jim. ;)

I'll have to think about the 3 other things I could never do without.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What are 3 more things I could never do without?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
open to suggestions.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Though I was born and bred in the South, none of my foremothers made homemade biscuits, so after many failed attempts, I was reduced to serving dinner rolls for years. Lately I've made a few more attempts at scratch biscuits and they were delightfully UNlike hockey pucks. My son is thrilled with my latest culinary experiment.
I’m looking for
  • Guys who like girls
  • Ages 29–76
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends
You should message me if
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You're intellectual, humorous, caring, and compassionate. Or if you just wanna.

Quieres aprender inglés y puedes ayudarme aprender el español.