At 43 I find my self canoeing without a partner. I am not alone on this trip down the river, I have 9 children ( 19, 17, 17, 15, 11, 9, 7, 5, 3 ) some look to me every day for reassurance, and guidance, some for a little navigational help.
I have paddled the rough waters of community, helped it grow, and watched it crass over the falls of life, I have been a friend of success, and also a slave of failure. I have found a rhythm on the water that works for me and my tribe. But yet someone/someone's is missing.
I am landed (free&clear) been homesteading for over 13 years. The place looks great, just a few more projects. Theirs always a few more projects. The cob oven is built, the sauna is built, the garden soil is built, the green house is built, the house is comfortable, fire wood is in the shed, books in the library, if the power gos out for good then good. We have grown 80% of our food for the last 7 years. Its a lot of good work. Can you believe some people pay to exercise CRAZZY???
Did you know hard work bring a good night sleep, clean food and water brings health, dirty hands make for a clean soul, nothing is better than a cup of coffee in the morning with someone you love.
So SWM Idaho, 43, 6 foot 6 inches, Stocky build, Strong back, Kind heart, Ugly as sin, In search of? Female with kind heart, gentile soul, steady rhythm, not afraid of the rapids on the river the hard times are when you grow the most. Age unimportant, looks even less important, work ethic a must, loyal to the power of 10.
Purple Mooseage if interested. Shalom Jim
p.s. spelling and grammatical errors are meant to entertain the over educated.
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