I'm an earth bound spirit.born a Aquarius.I love the outdoors I swim,camp,kayak,hike,and fish.love boating,good movies.and good people.I was born in Ontario,Canada.,but have visited in 3 other states.SC,GA.and WI.I'm a Nanny I love my job..This is a place to come and meet new people and make new friends.I just ask that u be kind and Honest with me and i will return the favor.I always give high scores because most all people have a beautiful side.you have to look sometimes to see that in some but if u know what to look for u will find it.I'm straight forward and will tell u what i think so if u ask me a question be ready for the truth as i see it.I look forward to fun times with new friends.I have a life outside of fubar but i enjoy my time at the bar.I'm passionate about life and family.big animal lover also.I love to live and live to love!Don't CAM ME NOT INTERESTED!DON'T DO NUDES SO DON'T ASK! AND I DO HAVE A MAN THAT I LOVE VERY MUCH!!!!!
Sometimes we expect far too much of the people around us, and because no one can ever live up to those expectations, we are almost always disappointed. Wouldn't it be better if we just let go, and let people be who they are? Then we'd be able to see them as they are -- with all their beauty and goodness in which we take joy, and with all their faults which we can also see in ourselves. When we have put someone up on a pedestal, sculpturing them to fit our needs and desires by smoothing out the rough edges and creating new curves here and there, we cannot see the real person underneath our work. All we see is the illusion we have created. That is denying the person's real identity and is disrespectful. It's much better for our friends and for ourselves if we drop our expectations and illusions, and accept them all just the way they are. Whether we realize it or not, everyone we know is very special to us. The most important thing to remember is... Always appreciate the friends that you have. A fight may come and go very easily, but a friendship could last forever. The people who make a difference in your life are not the ones with the most credentials, the most money, or the most awards. They are the ones that care.