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dooie31 10-31-2012 06:15 PM

Catalyzing change!
It has been a long road to get to where I am and Ive had to allow a
few bridges to be burned but I can finally see the light at the end of
the tunnel. I just started a new job and will be attending school for
health management in the fall. All the little parts that have been
missing the past year are starting to come together and it feels
great. If only I had a companion, or two, to share it with.

I love hiking and camping and have not done nearly enough of it since
I moved back to Washington last October. Ive been to concentrated on
getting back on the path I laid out for myself so many years ago. I
love the SEAHAWKS and will remain a die hard fan no matter how
horrible they get. I have 2 dogs that I dont know what I would do
without. Ive had the same friends for 17 years and I think that says a
lot about my loyalty to people. Im honest, trusting and caring to a
fault. So much so sometimes it gets me hurt. I like to write in my
free time and have been told by the people that I share it with that I
need to do more with my talents. Im generally a laid back person who
would rather enjoy the simplicity of life than get caught up in the

I dont have some huge portfolio of tricky words to attract people or
strange ideas about how to meet women. Im genuine in my life and
expect nothing less from the people I allow to be a part of it. I
look for morals and dignity in life. Things that every person can
respect. I like forward movement and goals. I like someone that
knows what they want and will fight to the bitter end to make sure it
happens. I like knowing that love can conquer all.

Not to brag but just to show you that its something I love to do...Ive
been to 4 different countries, lived in 4 different states, and driven
halfway across the US twice. The states are Washington(of course),
Oregon, California and regrettably Wisconsin. Of course Canada and
Mexico are on that list but it wasnt to the touristy trap areas. Ive
been through French Polynesia for a brief moment on my way to
Australia and New Zealand. Out of all the places Ive been though, the
Oregon coast is the place I feel most at peace.

Anyway, I hope youre still out there looking and actually reading
this. Write me back if you are...

kdt26417 11-01-2012 01:23 AM

Hi dooie,
Welcome to our forum.

I may move to Seattle someday; I liked it when I visited there. It sounds like you are best suited to the West Coast. I hope you enjoy your time on our site.

Kevin T.

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