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Hello,

I have been living in a village in Ireland for a few years and have a 7 year old child. I enjoy gardening a lot and have a small veg patch. Over the years, my daughter's father and myself drifted apart as we do not have the same interests : mine now are mainly focused on permaculture and how to become self-sufficient while living in harmony with nature away from the frenzy of cities where I lived most of my life. I enjoy singing and in the evening I'd rather read a book/listen to music near the fire than watch tv, go to the pub or clubbing.
I would love to have a fresh start with a man who shares the same interests.
 
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Would you consider relocating to California? Otherwise, which part of Ireland are you in?
 
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What village in what county? I spent some of the best years of my life in West Cork, but am now back in Los Angeles. Still thinking that my plans for a permaculture farm in "retirement" will be in west Cork.
 
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