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I am 46swf. My children are all grown and I am free to live my dream. I am moving to Dominica.

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Would you like to move to Dominica with me?
I am 46. My children are all grown and I am free to live my dream. I am moving to Dominica.
I live a healthy lifestyle. I eat healthy and exercise.
I am kind and a lady. I lift up and build up.
My motto is " They may forget your face. They may forget your name but they will never forget the way you make them feel"
A little more about me... let's see. I am emotionally secure. I attempt to learn something new every day. I believe it is important to grow and learn your entire life.
I am physically attracted to strong masculine hands.
I like to predict so I am not big on surprises or spontaneity. I like the color green and am addicted to sunshine and warmth. I do not function well in the cold weather and live most of the winter as a hermit.
I am not a big fan of dogs, sports or Harley's. I am a nature, hippie type woman. Permaculture. I am seeking a partner to live an independent and self sustaining life with me.
I am on social media as well. Please drop me a line and I will be happy to share that with you.
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